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Kevin and Ben share their LLC story MyCorporation: Kevin and Ben FREE Incorporation Guide |...

Kevin and Ben share their LLC story MyCorporation: Kevin and Ben FREE Incorporation Guide | C-Corporation | S-Corporation Limited Liability| Non-Profit Corporation | Professional Corporation Why Incorporate? Show me the comparison chart. Help me choose which entity is right for me. Kevin Reeth & Ben Curren Web Development Services About Esomnie, LLC: Home Base: Sunnyvale, CA Most Productive Time of Day: 9-11pm after kids are sleeping Favorite Power Lunch: Chicken wraps with feta, cucumbers, tomatoes, etc. Challenge: Forming a Partnership Kevin and Ben had many years of web development expertise and an eagerness to build easy to use web applications. They wanted a legal agreement to define their partnership and protect their personal assets if the business were sued. The Solution: Kevin and Ben read samples of legal documents on the web, talked with others entrepreneurs, and talked with an attorney. The attorney advised them to draft key partnership terms around decision making, division of company profits, and partner departure plans to enable him to craft a formal partnership agreement. In their search for asset protection documents, they found an operating agreement for an LLC (Limited Liability Company) on MyCorporation.com which had asset protection coverage as well as partnership terms. With this document from MyCorporation.com, they formalized their partnership terms and protected their assets without having to retain an attorney. What other MyCorporation customers are saying... "MyCorporation is amazing! It was fast, easy and affordable. The Impeccable staff has great follow-up, listening skills, professionalism, and someone always picks up the phone. Highly recommended!" Novak Investments Corp Wayne Novak, Tucson AZ “MyCorporation helped me go through a change that I was not looking forward to, but with their help, it was resolved on time. ... I was able to take care of my future and gain the new enterprise...” T3 Enterprises, LLC Daniel P. Threatt, Antioch TN Courtesy of www.JumpUp.com –a free website and community from MyCorporation, a company that helps new businesses start and succeed.

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$ 3.01 Plated Silver White Rose Flower Ring Finger Love Story-White Merchant 25270 - ChinaBuye...

This item is a Plated Silver White Rose Flower Ring Finger Love Story. According to your own personal preferences, you can match it with beautiful clothes at different seasons. The following occasions, anniversary, engagement, gift, party, wedding, etc. are propitious to wear it. Good gift for lover, parents, friends, colleagues, etc.

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a top of the line APS-C sensor DSLR like the Canon EOS 7D, you simply can't be stuck...

With a top of the line APS-C sensor DSLR like the Canon EOS 7D, you simply can't be stuck with just the kit lens. Find out what you must have!       function MM_preloadImages() { v3.0 var d=document; if(d.images){ if(!d.MM_p) d.MM_p=new Array(); var i,j=d.MM_p.length,a=MM_preloadImages.arguments; for(i=0; i 5 Lenses You Must Have for Canon EOS 7D by Raphael Chieza If you've got a Canon EOS 7D, you've either got the body only version or one of the 3 lens kits with either the EF-S 15-85mm lens, the EF-S 18-135mm lens or the EF 28-135mm lens. They are all decent options but you have to be honest that kit lenses are just not on the same par as most of the lenses you have to purchase separately. I will make one exception with that being the 24-105mm L lens that is sold with the Canon 5D Mark II but let's digress. Our pick for the 5 lenses you must have is balanced between quality and budget. Look to the end of you want to know what to get regardless of price. Prime Factor - Canon EF 50mm f1.4 USM Lens There is no doubt that every photographer worth his salt will have at least one prime lens and the Canon EF 50mm f1.4 USM lens is definitely one which you must have. With an APS-C sensor where the 35mm equivalent would set it to 80mm, this lens is extremely useful for portraiture photography as well as situations where a fast lens would be required such as indoor, low-light photography. The Standard Zoom - Canon EF-S 17-55mm f2.8 IS USM While at first look, the price tag may be high for this non-L lens but the quality of the Canon EF-S 17-55mm f2.8 IS USM is definitely as good as any L lens that you can buy. Considering the focal length when used with the Canon 7D and you will be getting the equivalent of roughly 27-88mm. This is pretty much (and a bit more of) the focal length of using the 24-70mm f2.8 L with a full frame body. The barrel of the lens may not have the L lens finish but for the price difference (from say a 16-35mm f2.8) and the quality the lens can deliver, we think it's a good buy. The Telephoto Zoom - Canon EF 70-200mm f2.8L IS II USM Lens The Canon EF 70-200mm f2.8L IS II USM lens may be the priciest lens from this selection but it is definitely worth every penny. Using the latest image stabilization technology from Canon, this lens takes on the mantle of most popular telephoto zoom from its predecessor with full aplomb. Great for a lot of different shooting scenarios and even with the crop factor, it still allows you to take great portrait shots. With its large aperture, you can afford to lose 2 stops of light for the extra reach when used with a 1.4x2x teleconverter especially when the IS of the lens is supposed to give you a 4-stop advantage. The Wide-angle Zoom - Canon EF-S 10-22mm f3.5-4.5 USM Lens With a full frame sensor, you could use the 16-35mm f2.8 to capture wide-angle shots but with a crop sensor camera, getting wide-angle shots is only possible from a much more limited range of lenses. The Canon EF-S 10-22mm f3.5-4.5 USM lens is really the only Canon zoom lens up to the job. While the aperture may not be as very wide, it does deliver solid performance that makes it a necessary inclusion in your camera bag should the need for wide-angle shooting arise. The Super Telephoto Zoom - Canon EF 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 L IS USM While a ultra telephoto prime can give you more in ways of image quality as well as maximum aperture, shooting wildlife may call for a bit of flexibility with a zoom lens. This is especially true if you can't move from your position to recompose at a further or nearer position. The Canon EF 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 L IS USM combines image quality and flexibility neatly into one package to satisfy your creative freedom. Alternative to the Super Telephoto: The Macro Prime - Canon EF 100mm f2.8L Macro IS USM We understand that the final choice of the list may not appeal to everyone. After all, the 320mm equivalent reach of the 70-200mm is not too shabby for most general situations. The Canon EF 100mm f2.8L Macro IS USM is a top notch macro lens which delivers excellent sharpness. An L lens which delivers better image quality than its non-L counterpart as well as image stabilization for handheld shooting. This lens allows you to shoot within the studio on a tripod or out in the field handheld. If money was no object? Try the "Best 7" Instead Well, while the above lenses are my top choices to have with the Canon EOS 7D, I would go with the following lenses if I didn't have to worry about my bank balances: Canon EF 50mm f1.2L USM instead of the Canon EF 50mm f1.4 USM lens because the image quality of the L lens is much better while the larger aperture allows you to go just that little be faster. Canon EF 16-35mm f2.8 L II USM and Canon EF 24-70mm f2.8 L USM instead of Canon EF-S 17-55mm f2.8 IS USM because no matter how good the 17-55mm, there is an allure to being the proud owner of the "Big 3 Zoom" from Canon. You may need to use 2 lens for segments of the standard range but the images will tell if you use them right. Canon EF 70-200mm f2.8L IS II USM instead of? instead of what? Sorry, this is still the best! Non-negotiable and definitely what you want to see. Canon EF-S 10-22mm f3.5-4.5 USM is the same story. As I've said, to get these wide-angle focal lengths from a cropped sensor DSLR, there really are no alternate choices unless you go to third-party brands. Mind you, if you ever move on to shooting full-frame, this lens will become redundant just like the Canon EF-S 17-55mm f2.8 IS USM. The Canon EF 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 L IS USM and Canon EF 100mm f2.8L Macro IS USM remain great choices for Super Telephoto and Macro shooting respectively and so would definitely earn a place in my must have collection. Related Articles: Battle of the Fast 50mm's: Canon f1.8 vs f1.4 vs f1.2 Best Third-Party Lens Selection for Canon EOS 7D and Nikon D7000 (or D300S)   Raphael is an ardent photographer, a member of the Marketing Communication team at DigitalRev, and a colourful personality whose favourite hobby is to tell bad jokes to people. Being driven by passion to shoot something new all the time, his photos are an exciting story even when they don't turn out quite as he expects.  

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the Nikon D7000 in hand, you would want to take a look beyond your kit lens to see what really...

With the Nikon D7000 in hand, you would want to take a look beyond your kit lens to see what really turns up the IQ. Nikon D800 vs. Nikon D4 - Which one to buy? function MM_preloadImages() { v3.0 var d=document; if(d.images){ if(!d.MM_p) d.MM_p=new Array(); var i,j=d.MM_p.length,a=MM_preloadImages.arguments; for(i=0; i     5 Lenses You Must Have for Nikon D7000 (or D300S) by Raphael Chieza Last week, I wrote an article about 5 lenses which you must have for the Canon 7D and from the some of the comments we've received, there seems to be a great interest for me to cover the 5 lenses you must have for a Nikon D7000 as well. So with the kit lens quickly put on the second hand market, here we go with our lens selection. Keep in mind that as the D300S is also a DX format body like the D7000, the lenses selected will be valid for the D300S as well.   Prime Selection - Nikon Nikkor AF-S 50mm f1.4G It will come as no surprise to anyone to see the Nikon Nikkor AF-S 50mm f1.4G in the selection. This beautiful walk around lens on a full frame body turns into a lovely portrait lens with the 1.5x crop factor on the DX format body. There is of course the cheaper Nikon Nikkor AF 50mm f1.4D also available for consideration but I am sure you will find that the G lens is worth the extra money. There will be some of you who feel that the upcoming Nikon Nikkor AF-S 35mm F1.4G should also be included but given that I am only selecting 5 lenses, I will be depending on my choice of the standard zoom to cover the 50mm equivalent focal length.   The Standard Zoom - Nikon Nikkor AF-S 16-35mm f4G ED VR If you have read my earlier article on the Canon selection for the 7D, you will no doubt expect me to choose the Nikon Nikkor 17-55mm f2.8G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom for its ideal coverage of the standard range of focal lengths. However, as much as it's a lovely lens, I find its price a bit too steep for a DX lens even for its amazing performance and had to choose the Nikon Nikkor AF-S 16-35mm f4G ED VR. The addition of VR in the 16-35mm also helped make the choice. Since most of my shooting in this range is done hands free, I find that vibration reduction to be something which is highly preferable even though most shooting in this range does not need it so much. The limited focal range means that anything over 35mm (52.5mm in 35mm equivalent) and less than 70mm (105 in 35mm equivalent and the focal length of the next selection) will have to be taken on by the 50mm prime though. Of course, if you can afford to splash out, either the 17-55mm DX lens mentioned above or better still getting both the Nikon Nikkor 17-35mm f2.8D ED-IF AF-S Zoom and the Nikon Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f2.8G ED could be options.   The Telephoto Zoom - Nikon Nikkor AF-S 70-200mm f2.8G ED VR II This choice is really a no brainer. The Nikon Nikkor AF-S 70-200mm f2.8G ED VR II and its predecessors and smaller aperture brethrens are the most popular zoom for both DX and FX bodies alike. With a large aperture of f2.8, you can use teleconverters without suffering much from the 2-stop penalty, especially if you choose a good one like the Nikon TC-20E III Teleconverter. Of course, you are also benefitting from the new VR II technology from Nikon which offers better performance.     The Wide-angle Zoom - Nikon Nikkor 12-24mm f4G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom With DX format bodies, there is really no choice than a DX lens if you want to achieve proper wide-angle focal lengths. In the Nikon range of lenses, the best option has got to be the Nikon Nikkor 12-24mm f4G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom. The lens delivers a satisfactory wide-angle range of 18-36mm in the 35mm equivalent and while the focal length is not the widest option, it is certainly the best for the job. The alternative would be the Nikon Nikkor AF-S DX 10-24mm f3.5-4.5G ED but the image quality would be inferior.   The Super Telephoto Zoom - Don't bother... To be honest, if money was no object, I would definitely pick the Nikon Nikkor AF-S 200-400mm F4G ED VR II as the lens of choice but given the high cost of the lens, it has got to be considered a luxury option unless you have a highly specialized use and don't mind the weight of this beauty. However, lesser mortals like myself will most likely content with the Nikon Nikkor 80-400mm f4.5-5.6D ED VR AF Zoom. However, if you consider the significant overlap with the 70-200 and teleconverter combination, you may be tempted to ask yourself why bother with it? Of course, this is given that you have the 70-200mm lens I mentioned above?   The Macro Prime - Nikon Nikkor 105mm f2.8G AF-S VR Micro The best macro lens from the Nikon range has got to be the Nikon Nikkor 105mm f2.8G AF-S VR Micro. Don't get me wrong the Nikon Nikkor AF-S DX Micro 85mm f3.5G ED VR is a very good option for the DX body but the 105mm just offers more in terms of both short term performance and long term possibilities (as in if you wish to shoot with a FX body as well in the future). If you are into shooting the creepy crawlies around your garden than the 105mm stands out even more?try it and you will love it.   Why just Nikon lenses?? Some of you may question whether third-party manufacturers may offer additional options and I will provide some answers in a follow up article to give both Canon and Nikon users of cropped sensor bodies some extra options such as Sigma, Tokina and Tamron. For those who don't mind trading the autofocus feature for better image quality, there are some really nice lenses out there from manufacturers like Carl Zeiss, Leica and Voigtlander. Stay tuned for the follow up article and do comment on this article's selection as well as what you would like included (whatever the brand).   Related Articles:   Battle of the Fast 50mm's: Nikon f1.8 vs f1.4 vs Sigma f1.4 Best Third-Party Lens Selection for Canon EOS 7D and Nikon D7000 (or D300S)       Raphael is an ardent photographer, a member of the Marketing Communication team at DigitalRev, and a colourful personality whose favourite hobby is to tell bad jokes to people. Being driven by passion to shoot something new all the time, his photos are an exciting story even when they don't turn out quite as he expects.  

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