If you enjoy the podcast, and the giveaways you may have wondered how you can help support the show.  At this point, we don’t offer an option to donate because I don’t want people to feel pressured or obligated.  The jpeg2RAW podcast, articles and the forums are all free and will remain so, therefore I feel asking for donations is a contradiction.

So, how can you help.  GREAT NEWS!!  Not only is it easy, but it is also FREE.  Around the site, there are several types of ads.

There are the Google ads (see below).  In order for the show to get a small credit, you need to click on the ad anytime you find interest in the item advertised.  While you are not required to buy anything from the site the ad takes you, I am sure the vendor would appreciate it.  Either way, the show still gets a credit.



There are also ads from Amazon and Adorama.  What’s special about these ads?  When you click on them, you are taken to the product in the ad. If while there, you go and purchase something (even if it’s not the item in the ad), the show will get a small credit.  any time you go to buy ANYTHING from either Amazon or Adorama, please come to our site and click on any of the links even if it’s not the product you want.  Once you get to the site (Amazon or Adorama), then buy what you want.

The free part is by doing this, no addition cost is added to your purchase but the show still gets a small credit.

EASY and FREE, what more can you ask for?





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About geephotant

geephotant (Geek-Photographer-Accountant) (aka. Mike Howard) is the creator of Nov Studios and the jpeg2RAW podcast. Mike is an accountant by day as the Controller for a large US based corporation. By night, he is a geek and has appeared on the Home Server Show Podcast & the BYOB podcast ( both found at www.homeservershow.com). He has also appeared on the Home Tech Show podcast (www.theaverageguytv.com) and is now a regular guest on that show. Mike's true passion is photography and shoots when ever he can find time. As an amateur photographer, he is always looking to learn more about the craft.

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