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Ring Will Launch a Drone as Security Camera for Your Home Next Year

[ad_1] Ring Will Launch a Drone as Security Camera for Your Home Next Year The Always Home Cam is a drone that flies through your home to make sure everything is intact when you’re not there. When the alarm goes off, it gets out of its dock and flies to the breach. The cameras are blocked when in the dock, so it only records when in flight, and because drones make noise when in flight, everyone knows when recording is taking place. […]

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Helpful Natural Light Home Studio Tips and Tricks

[ad_1] Helpful Natural Light Home Studio Tips and Tricks Most people start out their photography journey learning how to light their photos using natural light, and many photographers continue to use it for work at home, both because of its look and because it saves on space that might be tight wherever you live. If you enjoy working with natural light in your home studio, be sure to check out this great video with lots of helpful tips and tricks.  […]

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Photographer David Guttenfelder Returns Home After 20 Years to Shoot National Parks

[ad_1] Photographer David Guttenfelder Returns Home After 20 Years to Shoot National Parks David Guttenfelder shot for the Associated Press for 20 years, based in Nairobi, Abidjan, New Delhi, and Tokyo, but it wasn’t until he helped open the AP’s North Korean bureau in 2011 that he became truly famous. His Instagram account has nearly a million followers and is filled with stunning iPhone photos from around the world. He was one of the first photographers to publish images shot on his phone, which […]

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QNAP’s TVS-871T Solves All of Your Home and On-the-Go Data Storage Needs

[ad_1] QNAP’s TVS-871T Solves All of Your Home and On-the-Go Data Storage Needs For me, storage is a huge pain. On one hand, it’s simple. Buy a bunch of hard drives, back everything up, repeat. But I want to simplify it further. I hate having one system that’s speedy for in-office editing and another that’s slow, but network-connected. I couldn’t find anything that offered both a network connection and fast thunderbolt-like speeds when attached locally until I came across QNAP’s […]

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Behind The Scenes of “Home,” How Filmmakers Created A Story In A Foreign Country

[ad_1] Behind The Scenes of “Home,” How Filmmakers Created A Story In A Foreign Country What happens when two filmmakers get together, fill a suitcase with camera gear and hop on a plane? In the case of Preston Kanak and Brent Foster, a great work of digital cinema. With only a rough idea of what they wanted, much was left to chance as these two spent 8 days in Havana, Cuba. Read on for the final film and some insight […]

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An Exploration of Home: Photographer Finn Beales’ “Postcards from Wales” Series

[ad_1] An Exploration of Home: Photographer Finn Beales’ “Postcards from Wales” Series Photographer Finn Beales’ work spans the genres of lifestyle, landscape, and travel photography to create stunning narratives that explore the natural beauty of the locations he visits. Dividing the majority of his personal portfolio according to location and time spent (i.e. “48 hours in Denmark”); Beales pulls his audience into his experiences to communicate what it means to explore a new city-or country-for a preciously short time. Beales’ […]

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5 Stay at Home Mobile Phone Photography Ideas You Can Try Today

[ad_1] 5 Stay at Home Mobile Phone Photography Ideas You Can Try Today Here in the United States, the coronavirus is still (ostensibly) keeping people at home, and that means lost gigs and fewer chances to shoot outside. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get creative at home. If you want to challenge yourself using only your phone (or if that’s all you have), here are a few tips to create some interesting images with minimal tools. Photographer Jordi Koalitic […]

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12 Tips On How To Work From Home As A Freelance Video Editor

[ad_1] 12 Tips On How To Work From Home As A Freelance Video Editor While sharing drinks with a friend, he started inquiring as to how I’m able to supplement my income with video editing projects. The more we talked, the more I realized that a lot of people have the ability and skill to do it, but they don’t understand the small things that can make or break being successful at it. In this post, I’ll share what I’ve […]

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Make Miniature Worlds Out of Food at Home

[ad_1] Make Miniature Worlds Out of Food at Home Camera trickery has been around since cameras were first invented. By using a technique to create a forced perspective, you can make everyday objects appear like they’re part of the much larger world. Forced perspective can be difficult to get right, but armed with just a few miniature figurines, and some food, Chris Hau makes it look simple. Inspired by an Instagram post by Erin Sullivan, Chris creates small scale scenes that look […]

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Try out This Fantastic Product Lighting Project at Home

[ad_1] Try out This Fantastic Product Lighting Project at Home Product photography is a fantastic genre in which to practice precise and careful lighting and post-processing, and even if it is not what you specialize in, the skills you learn can carry over to whatever you do shoot. This great video will show you how you can use a single light to composite a great glassware product image.  Coming to you from Gavin Hoey with Adorama TV, this excellent video […]

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