Making money with a camera

This may have to be the time you need to put the smallest amount possible on a credit card.
I have the best card becoming available soon….., until then contact me.

For the smallest camera budget:

$349.00   Nikon Cool pix SLR P 500 $349. 36 X zoom  (like 22-800 in 35mm)
12 megapixels
Full HD high speed (SD Card required) small camera

$429.00 Canon S100 with 28-100mm lens great for portrait shooting/events
no telephoto/ attach another lens later
F2.8  lens     FAST

Start today;
1) Take pictures at a ski resort, photograph people skiing down the slops directly in front of you.
Take their e-mail addresses put a water mark on the photography or “PROOF” sign over the proof/photo
2) contact them sell the photo for $20.
3) Take family group photos at near end of day or early in day when you see them together. Couples too.
Politely approach arrange and shoot. Stop only when they ask you to stop. Always take 4 or 5 shots
4) Take couples and individuals
5) Go when families are sledding
Fast sales in these family areas
Next book family sittings for spring
No charge until you have more experience. But do charge for copies
I’ll be advising to which lab to use.
Contact me for more questions
Remember you must go to your local county clerks office and set up a name.under $50.

12 Responses to “How To Choose A Digital Camera”

  1. >thanks for this plan. short and complete. 🙂

    • Thank you Vinnie…I have more

      • They should have a self sevcire kiosk there, probably a Kodak one (Duane Reade stores have a different brand, i think its Fugi; i’ve only used one in Duane Reade once, but they all work about the same). You take the memory card out of the camera (if you don’t have a memory card, Some of the kiosks will let you hook it up with the cable, like you would use to transfer them to your computer, not all of them do though). You find the slot for your kind of memory card, pop it in, touch the screen and follow the directions, the kiosk walks you through it and they employees Should be trained to help you. They are really easy to use, the quality is good and most of them will print your photos right there at the kiosk, pretty much instantly (some machines are pick up later though, just make sure you ask beforehand if you’re in a hurry)

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      • I’d say for your age and your budget to get a bigrde. That is, a halfway point camera between the compact point and shoot casual cameras and more professional single lens reflex sorts. They’re usually listed under regular digital cameras in stores, but sometimes people will try to put them with the SLRs to get the feeling of professional’. They’re a great step up and aren’t awfully hard to use. And they are much cheaper than a SLR too. The Nikon P90 would be a good one by Nikon, and I know Canon makes a few nice ones too. The big thing you can tell if they’re a bigrde is they’re much smaller than professionals and don’t have a detachable lens.

    • Brenda – Holy moly. I would have cried a lot and Trevor would have left me on the side of Hobbs Road and those people who stole your csitampe are mean. Your family rocks and I’m totally getting the shake-it app if it makes my phone pics look like yours.

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