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New camera? Start Here!

Taking Your Photos From Blah to BAM!

Navigating Your New dSLR

Shutter Speed

Aperture

ISO

White Balance

Creative Photo Framing

Finding the Light

Avoid the Hard Light

The Importance of a UV Filter

Baby Photography: 1 Month

By Big Apple Nosh: A Still-life Photo Setup For Beginners

Using Window Light for Food Photography

Perspective

A Bit More Advanced

Better White Balance In-Camera With a Gray Card

Portfolio Building, Inspiration, Branding

Use One Light Source

Using Your Histogram

Why You MUST Buy a Better Lens

Sensor Cleaning

Have Some Fun!

Freelensing

Editing

The Jenna Cole Recipe

Misc.

2009 Canon Camera Buying Guide

dSLR: How To Choose

FastStone Photo Resizer

Tilt Shifting

My 5D Mark II

My Wedding Album

Specializing

Jenna Cole Packaging

Quick Tips on What To Wear

Lens Recommendations for Going on Vacation

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