• CAMERA BROKER EVENT

    Milford Arts Council, the MAC

    Milford Photo is hosting at the Milford Arts Center KEH camera for a 2 day gear purchasing program Friday Feb 8th, 12pm to 4pm and Saturday Feb 9th, 9am to 4pm. KEH will review acceptable gear (see below) and cut a check on site. Special offers apply for issued checks redeemed in store those days. Acceptable gear includes: Recent DSLR bodies, lenses and flash; 35mm and medium format cameras and lenses, large format cameras and lenses, some current flash based video and pro level tripods. Sorry but no Polaroid, tape based video gear, 35mm point and shoot, power pack/AC strobe or flood lighting or antique/collectable models will be considered for evaluation.

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  • Olympus EM-10III Review Class

    Milford Photo

    $19.95

    The Olympus mirrorless camera system has changed the way we look at cameras and the little EM-10III is a mighty tool for great pictures. Spend an hour reviewing basic functions of the camera and refreshing your photographic skills for better pictures of people, places and things. Among topics covered: - go to camera settings and commonly used buttons - a review of simple override features - shutter and aperture and their affects - understanding light quality Bring your camera to help follow along. $19.95 per person RSVP with paypal to register or contact the store

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  • Beginning DSLR Class

    Milford Photo

    $29.95

    For owners of DSLRs (interchangeable lens cameras) looking for a grounding in photo technique and camera control for better pictures of people, places and things. Using original images I'll show you how and when to employ different camera settings for effect and offer compositional tips and positioning strategies to improve your portrait, sport/action, landscape and even flash images. A great starter class for new owners or those looking to brush up on DSLR camera controls, overrides and technique. Some of the topics covered include: ~ The importance and affects of shutters and aperture settings ~ Using wide angle or telephoto lenses for optimal effect ~ Photographing subjects indoors without flash ~ Creating balanced landscapes ~ Macro or close up technique ~ Learning to evaluate light ~ Setting ISO and white balance controls ~ Using your flash indoors and out While this is not a shooting event I strongly suggest you bring your camera! $29.95 per person contact the store to register without paypal please include billing address and phone with your transaction Instructor: Jess Thompson

  • Canon T6 Review Class

    Milford Photo

    $19.95

    Spend some quality time with your new Canon Rebel T6 and learn settings and photographic technique to make your images better than ever. The sturdy Rebel line has been providing family/hobby photographers with wonderful images for a generation; consider this 1 hour review a first step toward understanding more about the craft of photography. Among the topics we'll cover: Camera settings and when to use them for effect. Developing an appreciation of the quality of light in all qualities. Tips for better sport action, people and landscape imagery. Be sure to bring your camera with you that evening. $29.95 per person

  • Sensor cleaning secrets revealed

    Milford Photo

    Sooner or later you'll need to clean you DSLR's sensor of dust that accumulates naturally thru use: small dark spots that can wreck your skies and cause too much cleanup time later on. Our man Pete Bogucki has done hundreds and is going to show you the gear you'll need and the technique to use to make your cleaning go smoothly. Bring your camera with you and we can check if it's in need of a sensor scrub. Free to the public.

  • Nikon D3500 review class

    Milford Photo

    $19.95

    Nikon's D3500 is the latest in a long line of full featured DSLR cameras. Spend an hour with us as we review basic camera functions, settings and technique for better pictures of people, places and things. Topics covered include: auto, scene and camera settings, using your flash effectively, simple composition and lighting tips, and quick exposure control. $19.95 per person register here via paypal

  • FUJI X SERIES COUNTER DEMO

    Milford Photo

    Fujifilm makes some of the industry's best mirrorless cameras. Take this opportunity to come in and play with their cameras and lenses and talk with Fuji rep John Haggerty. He'll have his lineup of X series bodies and lenses, including the GFX medium format models. Bring an SD card to make frames. Free to the public.

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  • Hahnemühle Paper Review

    Milford Photo

    Stop in an listen to Milford Photo's resident paper expert Michael Push discuss the Hahnemühle line of material the store uses to make its artisanal prints. He'll share insights on which papers go best with particular subject matter, how he's found their set up has worked with the Canon Pro series printers, and what everyone should look for when ordering images on these painterly papers. Free to the public.

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  • Free tips: Better Basketball shots

    Milford Photo

    B-ball season is in full swing. Stop in and review some top tips and camera settings so you can document the courts identify action. Bring your camera as we'll have our crew ready to help. For photogs of all levels looking to up their game. Free to the public.

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  • Beginning DSLR Class

    Milford Photo

    $29.95

    For owners of DSLRs (interchangeable lens cameras) looking for a grounding in photo technique and camera control for better pictures of people, places and things. Using original images I'll show you how and when to employ different camera settings for effect and offer compositional tips and positioning strategies to improve your portrait, sport/action, landscape and even flash images. A great starter class for new owners or those looking to brush up on DSLR camera controls, overrides and technique. Some of the topics covered include: ~ The importance and affects of shutters and aperture settings ~ Using wide angle or telephoto lenses for optimal effect ~ Photographing subjects indoors without flash ~ Creating balanced landscapes ~ Macro or close up technique ~ Learning to evaluate light ~ Setting ISO and white balance controls ~ Using your flash indoors and out While this is not a shooting event I strongly suggest you bring your camera! $29.95 per person contact the store to register without paypal please include billing address and phone with your transaction Instructor: Jess Thompson

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