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Photograph of the Week: Scott Donald’s Painted Portrait

Congratulations Scott Donald! Scott took this incredible photo with an off camera flask at dusk. He used Imagenomic Portraiture plug in processing. The lighting and shadows were perfectly composed to produce this vibrant and breathtaking shot!Scott took this shot at our On-Location Lighting- Taking the Studio Outdoors Photography Class on June 24, 2012.Learn More
  • 27 Aug, 2012
  • Jason Kirby
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Equipment Recommendation: Camera Strap

While I love taking my camera with me wherever I may go, the worst thing for me is the pain it causes my neck. I try to just deal with the cheap thin strap that comes with my camera but it is ridiculous. Not only does it hurt your neck, but it also hits rightLearn More
  • 21 Aug, 2012
  • Jason Kirby
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Think You Need a Surf Board to Surf? Think Again!

Many associate surfing with a surfboard, but what happens when all you have is yourself? Well, they call it body surfing and the world championships of this simple concept, but extremely difficult sport is this weekend in Oceanside! Not only do you have the chance to go out to the beach and get some raysLearn More
  • 20 Aug, 2012
  • Jason Kirby
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Photograph of the Week: Carmen Wormington Catching the Action

Congratulations Carmen Wormington! We love to see our students catch photos like these that cause the on-looker to say, “Awesome, how did you do that!?”. Carmen caught this captivating photo of motion in action! The technique of panning is not an easy one to catch, but Carmen snagged it just in time to take this awesomeLearn More
  • 13 Aug, 2012
  • Jason Kirby
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Where to Get Started? Choose the Right Beginners DSLR for YOU!

So you want to get those incredible looking photos that professionals get, but don’t have thousands of dollars to spend on equipment? No worries! There are value packed beginner digital SLR (stands for Single Lens Reflex) cameras that are perfect for anyone excited about taking their photography to the next level. In the past, weLearn More
  • 6 Aug, 2012
  • Jason Kirby
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