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The Etch-A-Snap is (probably) the world's first Etch-A-Sketch camera

Meet the Etch-A-Snap, the Frankenstein'd creation of self-taught programmer Martin Fitzpatrick. As the name alludes to this creation is the result of mashing together a Pocket Etch-A-Sketch, a Raspberry Pi Zero, and onboard camera module, a couple servo motors and a number of other goodies to create what is 'probably' the world's first Etch-A-Sketch camera. dpreview.com

2019-4-17 23:47

How to Create Stunning Lighting on Location Using Speedlights

One of the things you'll learn as a portrait photographer is that lighting definitely still has its place when you're shooting portraits on location. If you want to give it a try soon,Trevor Dayley has put together a quick video with lighting equipment maker MagMod to help you get an idea on how you can use speedlights to achieve stunning outdoor portraits. thephoblographer.com

2018-11-20 23:00

Rylo software update increases video resolution from 4K to 5.8K

The Rylo is a consumer-grade 360-degree camera that allows you to capture 360-degree video and later select a region of the image from which to create a standard 16:9 HD video. In our review of the device we found the concept to work pretty well but had one point of criticism: the camera's 4K resolution wasn't quite enough to create standard video with good detail. dpreview.com

2018-11-9 21:32

I Create Portraits Of My Super Talented Musician Friend And The Collaboration Is Magic

I began working with Julia Mosley one year ago to the month. Our collaboration began on a sunny day in June 2017, in a nearby public garden where she had agreed to model for me. Being a talented musician, she had agreed to participate in my study assignment shoot in exchange for the photographs being used in her promotional activities, which I agreed was more than fair. boredpanda.com

2018-6-20 02:08