I can't believe that ShutterBug said all this about ZenPhoto! Check it out below!
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"Here’s a pair of shoes you might find interesting if you’re a photographer, and particularly a Nikon shooter. The online store ZenPhoto is selling “Nikon Patent Sheet Shoes.” The design on the sneakers is an illustration from a vintage Nikon camera patent."
"These Shoes Feature a Vintage Nikon Camera Patent Illustration"
"It is a shoe that is unbearable for Nikon fans that the Nikon classic SLR camera patent explanation diagram is printed on Converse style high cut canvas shoes."
It’s so great for ShutterBug to say all these kind things about our product! and our community. But what’s more important to me is what you’re saying!
“By far this the BEST tripod head for landscape photography. Love how easy it is move from angle to angle for me the best setup if to hook Zentilt on a ball head.” —Michel
“Love what you guys are doing high quality products with a very affordable pricing already bought 4 new products from your store :D” —Libby
“The Mini home studio is amazing! I receive so many compliments when I share product pictures and videos using it... The best part is that I can take it with me everywhere and setup my shooting mini studio in matter of seconds!.” —Julie
Photography is the story i fail to put into words
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Who We Are
At ZenPhoto you will find posters, shirts, mugs, gifts, photography gear and many more!
1) Awesome customer service
2) We are able to pass on huge savings to our customers
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"Here’s a pair of shoes you might find interesting if you’re a photographer, and particularly a Nikon shooter. The online store Zen Photo is selling Nikon Patent Sheet Shoes. The design on the sneakers is an illustration from a vintage Nikon camera patent."
"Zen Photo is an online store featuring quirky accessories, gifts and other distinctive items for photographers. One of our favorites items are their Nikon Patent Sheet Shoes because of the graphics of a vintage Nikon patent sheet printed on the shoes."