Bergen County, NJ – In stock now Kelly Moore fashionable and multi-functional bags for the photographer, traveler, mom and student
Check out the inside. It has a removable compartment for your photographic equipment. Turning you camera bag into an everyday purse.
We are located at:
Midland Park Shopping Center
85 Godwin Ave
Midland Park, NJ 07450
Turn your APS film into digital files with our APS film scanning service.
Bergen County – Here at Wholesale Photo we carry a vast selection of camera cases -Tamrac, Lowe Pro, Promaster – that range from the everyday compact and sling style to the backpacks for your hiking and travel adventures and everything in between.
Stop in and see Jackie for all your photo bag needs.
It’s never too early to place your holiday card order. We have hundreds of designs to choose. Either from your own image or one taken here in our photo studio.
Spring sports are well underway and for those who have kids, spouses or friends playing competitive sports, the field of play is ripe with storytelling opportunities. Make sure to have a quality monopod to help you capture the action and be in position for the best shots.
For example, the ProMaster Professional MPV432 Monopod is the ideal blend of form and function. Small enough to help you infiltrate any crowd but tough enough to withstand the elements and demands of sports photography and videography, the MPV432 Monopod is a great portable solution for getting stable, smooth video with your camera or camcorder. Featuring an ultra smooth ball joint base with a compact retractable stand for firm footing on any surface, it’s also perfect for nature photography. Get ready for the season by picking up yours here: Wholesale Photo Cafe Monopods
As Facebook celebrates its 10th anniversary and continues its dominance as the most influential social media site, a recent Pew study shows that most parents have pretty specific opinions about photos of their children being shared without their permission.
In short, they don’t like it.
“Parents are especially protective of images of their children, as 57% of Facebook users with children under the age of 18 say that people posting pictures of their children without asking permission first is something they strongly dislike about using Facebook,” according to the Pew study.
Parents of younger-aged children are especially attuned to this issue, so when in doubt, make sure to ask the parents’ permission before posting a photo that includes their child. Some may want you to tag the photos so they know they are online and being shared; however, others may share but not tag. There will always be situations where this courtesy will be difficult to extend, such as at a concert or school event, but you will create goodwill by asking before uploading.