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When I started using Squaresapce again over a year ago I set up what I thought was a simple and clean website. I picked a template that was easy to work with, looked good and served its purpose. Fast forward to today and I was looking at my JaredPolin.com site thinking it looks amateurish and could be better.
The last thing I want to feel about my portfolio site is that it’s amateurish or subpar. The simple solution was for me to change templates. That’s exactly what I did and it took me 2 seconds to make the change and have it LIVE ready to go.
Using the new Squarespace 7 (which is fantastic by the way) I was able to bring new life to JaredPolin.com in a matter of minutes. If you haven’t checked out the new Squarespace 7 features I highly recommend you trying it out for yourself. I know once you see how easy and powerful it is to build your own professional looking website you probably will.
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I know it’s not much of a confession but when I first started shooting at the age of 13 I was in full auto. Even worse I was shooting sports in the running man mode.
Now take a look at the year, it was 1994 / 95 so there was pretty much no internet for me to educate myself, I was shooting blind. On top of everything else I was shooting film as digital was still a solid decade away.
The point in me making these videos is to show you where I started and how I was not very good but I was trying. I think in this day and age new photographers expect to be experts in a matter of months or maybe a matter of years. But I was still shooting in auto modes when I got to college.
It takes time, it takes A LOT OF TIME to start to feel comfortable. The best way to learn is to SHOOT SHOOT and guess what, SHOOT.
The original Canon 7D was one of the most popular and well rounded DSLR’s ever made. It brought speed, build quality and video to the masses at an affordable price. But many years passed with rumors of something new all of which were unfounded.
Finally Canon decided to announce the long anticipated Canon 7D Mark II and the specs left most people screaming “take my money”. On the other side of the coin it left people asking if a cropped sensor camera was really worth $1,800 which is more than a Nikon Full Frame D610.
A Big THANK YOU goes out to BorrowLenses.com for setting me up with all the lenses used in this review.
Click Here to Download sample RAW Files (166 megs) Hockey and Concert Photos.
Click Here to access all the FULL RES exported JPEG files (Note: at the time of the review lightroom was not able to edit the RAW files thus why I edited the full res jepgs from the camera. Lightroom now officially accepts the RAW files.
The big question with new gear is always the same, is this camera worth it, should I buy it? As soon as a body came in stock at Allen’s Camera I went and purchased it so I could conduct my Real World Review.
If you are not familiar with my Real World Review series, it’s simple. I take camera gear out into real world situations and use it. No bs test charts, just real world situations that people like you would use the camera.
It’s that time of year again for the FroKnowsPhoto Holiday Contest and SALE. This year we have more prizes than ever before with multiple ways to enter even one that is no purchase needed.
There are a total of 47 prizes from: Rode, ThinkTank Photo, Me, BorrowLenses, AdoramaPIX, Squarespace and PlasticPrinters.com. You are looking at over $7,000 in total prizes.
All T-Shirts in the store are on sale for only $11.99 each. If you purchase two ore more shirts you will get a FREE Lens Cloth ($5 value) FREE.