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Looking Up Photography Tips

by Earl J

January 28, 2013

Photography has become a lot easier in this digital age. There are no worries about spending too much money on film and then having to wait to see if the photos you took are any good. In fact it has become so easy to shoot that we forget that we can edit our shots so […]

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A Visit from Nicholas Sparks and Josh Duhamel

by Lindsay

January 23, 2013

We’re long-time fans of Nicholas Sparks here at Shutterfly, and we try to pass along our love with interviews and behind-the-scenes glimpses into his movies.  We even sent one fan to live the celebrity life on the red carpet of the premiere for Sparks’ movie The Lucky One! So you can imagine that we were […]

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Photo Organization Tips – From Our Fans!

by Lindsay

January 11, 2013

We asked our Facebook fans for their digital photo organization tips, and boy, did we get answers! Here’s the top tips from our fans – do you use these strategies? Step 1 – Get Those Photos onto the Computer! Of course, the most important step in saving (and organizing) your digital photos is to transfer […]

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Camera controls– Shutter Priority ———————————— In S/TV (time value) You set the shutter speed the camera sets the aperture. When shooting in shutter priority you control the way movement is captured in your pictures. Fast shutter speeds freeze motion. A fast shutter also helps ensure sharp pictures no matter how unsteady your grip on the […]

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Statue Photography

by Earl J

August 10, 2012

Back in the days of film, I remember taking photos of statues, mostly because it seemed “important” to do.

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