Did you know there’s a way to take super close-up photos without spending a lot on a new macro lens? Starting at about $10, one inexpensive accessory will let you take stunning macro photos using lenses you already own.
Our framing team has been doing some great work, creating a large variety of framed items for customers. And not just pictures, they’ve framed everything - sports jerseys & memorabilia, awards, etching, family documents, paintings, and lots of other really unique items.
So you're on vacation, camping with your family. Your campsite doesn't have electricity. Your camera battery warning light comes on, and your forgot your spare battery at home. Thankfully, you did remember to bring your ProMaster Go Charger!
Join Dan's Co-Owner Mike and his family for a day trip to Grounds for Sculpture. Mike found this to be a great venue for creative photos, but since it was raining on his visit he's been looking forward to returning. Mike's wife, Melissa, is an Art Teacher and finds the grounds very enjoyable and inspiring. Their daughter Mallory will also be along with her camera and her art bag to capture her own images.
The holidays are in full swing, the end of 2013 is rapidly approaching, and all of us at Dan's would like to take a moment to express our appreciation for your continued support. This past year we were fortunate to see several areas growing beyond our expectations. Some were things we've done for years, like custom framing, and some were our newer services like school photos and our portrait studio.
￼Necessity is truly the mother of invention. As camera phones have become increasing popular for casual snapshots, camera manufacturers have had to significantly increase the appeal and diversity of their products. While the last several years have seen primarily minor upgrades in routine camera features, this year is quite the exception. Several companies have responded to the changes in consumer habits with some very outside-the-box options. Plus, on many of the traditional camera products prices have really decreased in order to make them more affordable (and appealing) to more people. All of this is great news for consumers, as now you can choose from completely new types of products or save money on existing items, all while capturing better images more easily than ever.
Update (11/19/13): the issue with Apple's Safari web browser on Mac OS X has been fixed! The new system includes a brand new HTML-based uploader for Safari 6.1 and 7.0 on all affected versions of Mac OS X. Google's Chrome web broswer still doesn't work for image uploading though. We recommend that Chrome users try Safari or Firefox for uploading images to print. Safari is included on your computer by default, so there's no extra download involved.
original article follows, but all issues have been addressed
Halloween is one of those times when kids can beg for candy without being scolded and adults can dress up in full costume with the excuse that “it’s for the kids, you know.” While you’re searching for the perfect costume, scary props and fun holiday treats, remember to plan a bit of time to create fantastic Halloween photos. This year, mix things up, have some fun and experiment.
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