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Summer time funby Tim FarmerSummer time is right around the corner, it is time to get ready to have fun and capture the memories. Here are a few tips for capturing better images and gear to keep on hand to protect and keep your camera working.When you are at the beach it is easy to over expose your ...
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The Holiday season is the perfect time to gather the family around for one nice group photo. We wanted to share what we thought would make this as quick and easy, so you can get back to your festivities.In addition to gathering your family together you do want to think about your lighting, and backg ...
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Grey Market – Buyer Bewareby Tim FarmerPhoto by Craig SkinnerThe holidays are right around the corner and people are always looking for a deal. Many people go shopping online for the best price, but often times a lower price means these are grey market products. So, what is a grey market product a ...
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Keeping your Camera Coolby Tim FarmerSummer is here and the heat is on. What do you need to know about your camera to keep it working and your photos looking great in the heat? Here are some things to keep in mind:Melting-CameraMost DSLRs and other digital cameras do not like to operate in ex ...
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Photographing the August 21st Total Eclipseby Tim FarmerHere in the St. Louis area we’re going to have a great opportunity to photograph the upcoming total eclipse on August 21st. How do you photograph the sun without hurting your camera or your eyes and still get a stunning image?First thing you ...
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Outdoor Portraits Photo TipsBy Tim FarmerIt is spring time and everyone is going outside. Mother’s Day is right around the corner, kids are graduating from school and you want to capture the best possible portraits of your family. Here are some simple tips to make life long memories.The first thin ...
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by Tim FarmerMoBot Orc 2017 1Spring is right around the corner and the Orchid show is in full bloom at the Missouri Botanical Garden. It is time to dust off that Macro lens and get close to your subjects. The official definition (or the best I can find) of a macro lens is a lens that is able to repr ...
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Winter may not be what you would consider an ideal time to go out and photograph wildlife, but there are lots of subjects and opportunities you will not get in other seasons. The first unique opportunity that comes to mind here in the St. Louis area are the Bald Eagles up on Alton Lake, but that is ...
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Finding InspirationThere is a big, wonderful world out there with a hundred lifetime’s worth of images to capture. But some days, it’s hard to find that spark of inspiration. If you’re shooting just for personal enjoyment or you’re hitting the pavement trying to make a living with your photo ...
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