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Essential Accessories for Canon 5D Mark II Owners

  » Consumer Electronics


If you own a Canon 5D Mark II (or other Canon cameras for that matter), an external flash like the 580EXII, an extra camera battery, and a good camera bag are all must-have accessories to get the most out of your camera.

Tip Credibility: 4


submitted by antares 2011-07-14 04:04:50 pm    

Starting A Photography Business - Your Website

  » Business & Finance


If you are starting a photography business, your website is your most powerful marketing tool. The ease of a blog (on Wordpress or Blogger) make great options for photographers, while HTML and flash sites are great for seasoned web professionals.

Tip Credibility: 74


submitted by antares 2011-07-05 02:03:26 pm    

Beginner Wedding Photography Tips

  » Business & Finance


If you are first getting into wedding photography, your most powerful weapon is the wedding schedule. Make sure the bride has provided a detail schedule. With the schedule you can and must anticipate every move the bride and groom make on their day.

Tip Credibility: 73


submitted by antares 2011-07-05 02:01:18 pm    

BodyPump Tips for Men

  » Health


Men might think they can lift a lot of weight in their first Les Mills' BodyPump class. Not so. BodyPump is more about endurance than total strength. Start out around 15 pounds and work your way up in future classes.

Tip Credibility: 74


submitted by antares 2011-07-05 01:58:32 pm    

Waterfall Photography Tips

  » Consumer Electronics


Place your camera on a tripod, decrease your shutter speed to about 1/2 a second or more (the higher the better), and increase your F-stop as high as you can. Use the 2-second timer to keep your hands off the camera while you take the photo.

Tip Credibility: 72


submitted by antares 2011-07-05 01:54:20 pm    

Best Compact Flash Cards For Portrait Photographers

  » Consumer Electronics


Most portrait photographers do not need to purchase high-speed memory cards. Instead look to purchase multiple memory cards with sufficient capacity. Remember, it is best to not put all of your eggs in one basket.

Tip Credibility: 73


submitted by antares 2011-07-05 01:51:25 pm    


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