Digicamhelp helps educate others about the exciting world of digital cameras and photography. Information is presented in a very easy-to-understand and non-technical manner.
Who will find Digicamhelp most useful?
Site visitors are primarily beginner and intermediate digital camera users. They also include those who need help deciding what type of camera to buy and advanced users who find the information valuable as they transition from film to digital.
A little history
Digicamhelp, created and owned by John Adebimitan, started as a small sub-web of another site. It originally contained only about 14 pages.
It was a place where he referred friends, who frequently asked him about buying and using digital cameras. They found much of the online information too technical, sometimes long-winded, and often difficult to understand. John created a website where they could learn quickly and easily about digital photography.
Digicamhelp was revamped and officially launched in the late fall of 2003. The site has been featured on The Today Show and featured or referenced in magazines. website and newspaper articles, including USA Today, Business Week, the New York Times, and the San Francisco Chronicle.
Writer and Publisher
John is a talented and passionate photographer who has been capturing stunning images for over a decade. With an eye for detail and a love for capturing memories, John has established himself as a master of his craft. From landscapes to portraits, John's work showcases his technical skills and creativity, making him a sought-after photographer for clients all over the world. Whether shooting on location or in the studio, John consistently delivers beautiful and timeless images that are treasured by those who view them. With a warm and friendly personality, John's approach to photography is centered around making his clients feel at ease and creating a collaborative experience that results in breathtaking images.
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