I think we can all agree: the summer goes by way too fast. Here and gone in the blink of an eye, summertime is a time when lasting memories are created. Don’t let these memories go to waste; preserve them with the right technology to capture every minute of it.
A summer essential for those picture perfect moments, the digital camera freezes those moments in time; but for those moments in the summer that can’t be summed up in a photo, a camcorder is the perfect gadget to help you relive those summer days. Think of these technologies as your time machine: allowing you to escape to warmer and sunnier times when the dreary winter inevitably roles around.
o maximize your technologies potential and ensure that you’re perfectly equipped for any and all summer adventures, check out Canon’s limited time offer of 15% off on select, in stock accessories for all of you summer-must have technologies. Offer ends June 30th, 2014 at 11:59 pm (EST). Just like the warm summer weather, be sure to take advantage of it while its here!
This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Canon to promote their 15% off accessories deal.
Gone are the days when helmet cameras were merely used for archaeologists, or those workers who simply need a convenient place to store a recording device. Now, it’s all about using the systems for leisure, and motorbike riders form the biggest target market for all of the manufacturers out there.
The downside, if you can call it that, of the market exploding is that the choice is now unthinkable. There are hoards of different helmet cams now on the market and this makes it very difficult for you to choose one for your needs. Most of the time budgets will dictate exactly what you buy although for those looking to tailor their purchase right to their needs, here is a guide on purchasing a helmet camera for the motorbike enthusiast.
While there are a whole host of variables when it comes to camera quality, the main one that should be considered is whether or not you want to purchase a device that is HD-ready or not. Unfortunately, HD cameras tend to be considerably more expensive. However, we should add that a lot of non-HD devices can still promote a very good picture so buyers will usually base this decision on how much they are able to invest in their camera.
Of course, the eventual use of the camera also plays a part and if you are looking to provide motorcycle vlog sites with the very best footage, HD is probably the way forward. If on the other hand you are just investing in a helmet camera in case of a potential accident, ‘bog standard’ normal video quality should suffice.
A helmet camera isn’t much different to a standard shooting device when it comes to the lens. There is no right or wrong lens angle to get and it all boils down to how you are going to use the device.
Most novice users will immediately be under the assumption that a wide angle lens is the way to go, as this naturally captures a wider image. However, it can also create something of a “fish eye” appearance – with the edges of the images being distorted. Read the rest of this entry »
This article is going to talk about some features of the SCRAP Photo Editor. It is very useful software with the great features. The software is free to download. You just need to go to visit their official website and download the software. Below are the explanations of some features of the software. Read the rest of this entry »
Having a camera is very important so we can capture any memorable events without any difficulty. However, there are other types of camera that we can use for other activities than capturing our finest moments. Yes, we are talking about streaming camera that helps us to communicate using computer. Yes, video call or video chat camera is one of the most important accessories for people with PC. With this camera they can communicate without any problem. One of the most popular products which are quite famous for streaming camera is the Looxcie streaming camera. Read the rest of this entry »
Nowadays, you don’t have to be coined as a ‘professional’ photographer to at least carve a side-income from the industry. Technology has meant that there are multiple ways for the amateurs to make money from their photos, and this article will identify three of the most predominant.
We should add that we’re not going to be looking at the ways to monetize a service, such as wedding or real estate photography. Instead, this contribution will look at the methods in which you can take your regular photos for pleasure, and hopefully coin a profit from them at the same time. This can be perfect for those individuals who take pride in snapping the traditional outdoor photos – that are so often the pinnacle of online photography contests.
Once upon a time the likes of Getty Images were only open to professional photographers. Nowadays, these commercial libraries have much more relaxed rules and it’s very easy to list photos taken by amateurs on there. In fact, if we stick with the Getty Images example, Flickr has even created a feature which allows users to ‘opt in’ and select that they want their work to be considered by the international giant.
Of course, Getty is not the only site out there. There are hundreds of stock photography sites, and amateurs have the power to list them on several at a time. The prices per download will depend on numerous factors, but as you are targeting the world, including the big media organisations which require daily photos, it’s becoming much easier to attract sales. Read the rest of this entry »
For some years, photography is an interesting and funny enough of activity for some people. It is called so, since you can capture any things or any moments that exist around you. Nowadays, this kind of activity becomes a hobby for some people. It is proven by the increasing numbers of people who do this activity. In this era, you can also find some school of photography either formal or informal one. In doing this activity, we need an equipment that is very important. Camera is the most important equipment in photography. It has the role vital in photography activity, which is as the picture capturer. Read the rest of this entry »