Clearwater, FL, August 06, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- PhotoHelp101.com, an online community for photographers, is offering beginning and intermediate photographers the opportunity to improve their photo taking skills. This site is a valuable resource for anyone interested in learning how to take better pictures; including amateurs who would like to have a more professional result, scrapbookers who need great pictures for their projects and intermediate photographers who want to refine their skills in a particular area.
PhotoHelp101.com is a labor of love for Robert La Follette and John Jacobsen, seasoned photographers and photo help instructors. Web 2.0 has been very good to both La Follette and Jacobsen, prompting them to offer their extensive knowledge of photography to a new online community.
“We did some pretty extensive research and found that there was a need for basic information about how to take better pictures,” states Jacobsen. “There are very few sites that help with the mechanics of how to take a great photo.” PhotoHelp101.com features articles and tips for both Cannon and Nikon users, filling the void that the site’s founders discovered.
“We both enjoy the teaching aspects of photography and have a great wealth of knowledge that we share one on one with our students. This site helps us to reach even more photographers who are dedicated to making their pictures stand out from the crowd,” states La Follette who also teaches a "Must Know" Fundamentals of Composition online photography course at Bryan Peterson's Perfect Picture School of Photography.
PhotoHelp101.com will be offering free photography help via a blog format. In addition, it will also offer instructional videos, onsite workshops in and around the Tampa Bay area, and online classes for beginning and intermediate photographers.
About the Authors
Robert La Follette
Since 1989, Robert La Follette has been working as a graphic designer and photographer. His photos have won numerous awards and have appeared in Shutterbug Magazine, Informant Guest and Creation Magazine. La Follette is also a contributing writer and photographer for Florida Wildlife Magazine.
John Jacobsen is an accomplished photographer and technical guru. Jacobsen has had his photographs used Marketing Artfully, Come to Clearwater and Schmap.com. Jacobsen is also often hired by local realtors and his photographs are used to create a winning image for high end listings in the tough Florida real estate market.