home : hot deals & information involving: photography/cameras Saturday, December 3, 2016
- 20-Page Photo Book For About $7, Code: BOOKS75DEAL
Select a photo book from their list of designs.
A 20-page 8.5x11 inch photo book starts at $25.
Upload photos and set up how you want the book to be made.
You can specify which photos and text go on which pages.
Apply code BOOKS75DEAL to get 75% off during checkout.
A 20-page 8.5x11 photo book comes to $7 after discount.
Use in-store pickup to save on the shipping fee.
This is a good gift idea.
Sure, items and gadgets are nice gifts, but photos and memories last longer.
Monday, November 28, 2016
- Refurbished EOS Rebel T6i Camera With 2 Lenses $540
Canon's own store is selling a refurbished (not new) Canon EOS Rebel T6i SLR Camera with 18-55mm and 55-250mm Image-Stabalized EF-S STM Lenses for $540.
The camera and lenses include a 1-year manufacturer's warranty.
The T6i normally sells new for $650 with just an 18-55mm lens.
If you are a photo hobbyist or want to learn how to create stunning photographs, this is a great camera.
There are plenty of online tutorial videos demonstrating the settings, and providing tips on shooting various things (portraits, HDR photography, etc.).
The Wifi lets you review/download photos directly from the camera, and has a remote control feature.
Mount the camera on a tripod, go stand in the camera's view, and use your phone to preview the camera's shot and self-take photos.
We shot a lot of great photos with our T6i.
Here is one photo we shot recently.
The photo's watermark and reduced size should prevent someone from downloading and stealing our photo, but you can still see the quality and "pop" of a photo taken with the T6i.
Some post-processing is required to get a photo like this, such as Photomatix HDR software and Adobe Photoshop.
If you don't want to deal with software and a bulky camera with lenses, just stick with your phone.
Modern phones can produce some great photos with ease, and filter apps like Photoshop Express and Snapchat can make photos vibrant or fun for posting on the Internet.
However, if you want action shots and/or have photos printed, a phone cannot match the quality and capabilities of an SLR camera.