A few years ago as a photography novice who didn’t know much about the supply terms, I felt embarrassed to walk into a photo supply store to ask for the stuff that I needed. I pictured that there would be a lot of question marks above the clerks when I tried to describe something. Also, as a poor student, I needed to find the balance between my budge and quality of the products. I have no ideas about where to go to get my supply at first. I figured wherever the Art Store (Blick ) located, there would always have other professional stores open around. I started to flash back in memory and thought that I saw a Nelson Photo Supply’s sign with business hours in front of the door adjacent to the Art Store once after I got my art supplies. I decided only to give it a shot; however, nowadays, I still go to them when I need my supplies. People who works there are pretty helpful and don’t give the look as I am dumb in photography. They sell larger quantity, for example, the print papers were packaged in 100 sheets per box, which is cheaper than 50 sheets per box that sells in other stores. There are clerks served in almost every counter, so customers can always ask someone else when the lady in front of you ask a lot of questions.