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18 Ago/10

Guide to Purchasing Your First Digital Camera

Guide to Purchasing Your First Digital Camera

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Digital camera is a must have accessory for each and every person out there. Not because it’s a camera, but because it’s the only device that helps you keep and cherish the captured beautiful moments forever. There are a zillion types of digital cameras out there in the market to choose from. Photo credit. I often see people getting confused about which one to buy and what to look for in a camera while purchasing....

14 Ago/10

Make a Pressure-Sensitive Camera Flash for Split-Second Photos [DIY]

Make a Pressure-Sensitive Camera Flash for Split-Second Photos [DIY]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you’ve ever wanted those mid-action shots that you just can’t get by hand, photography and DIY enthusiast BiOzZ has created a pressure-sensitive contraption that snaps pictures at just the right second. Continua a leggere – Original Link: Make a Pressure-Sensitive Camera Flash for Split-Second Photos [DIY] Technorati Tags: camera, diy, none-solid, photography, photos, second-photos, sensitive-camera

23 Lug/10

Five Photography Tips for Ameteur Photographers

Five Photography Tips for Ameteur Photographers

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); I’m sure each and everyone of us were pretty excited when we first got our DSLR. I mean, who’s not right. And the next thing most of us will do is – start abusing the shutter and snapping non-stop. That’s just how we learn. Photography is a beautiful form of art with no hard rules. It’s all about creativity and individual style. And that’s what makes it so interesting. There are lots of tips...




14 Ott/09

New CMOS Camera Will Record Your Thoughts At 1,000,000 FPS

New CMOS Camera Will Record Your Thoughts At 1,000,000 FPS

Scientists of the Megaframe project in Europe have developed a CMOS sensor so small that it can actually go inside a neuron channel and look at the thought signals in real time. Not to mention the fact that it can do so in 1024pixels and at a photon resolution too. This means that it can actually capture snapshots of photons. While this is an achievement on its own, a huge one, the practical uses of this CMOS camera are far more exciting. This camera can be used in a number of medical...

20 Set/09

Turn Your Camera Phone into a Police-Style Dash Cam [DIY]

Turn Your Camera Phone into a Police-Style Dash Cam [DIY]

Whatever your motivation for wanting to have a dash-cam, this simple hack will help you capture your road travels with a car-mounted camera. Tim Cox wanted to turn his iPhone into a Cops-style dash cam. He decided to take the simplest approach possible and simply cut a hole in his windshield-mounted iPhone holder that matched up to the camera on the iPhone. Now when his phone is mounted into the holder, he has a nice view of the road through its videwfinder—almost as if he were recording...

11 Set/09

Use a Vacuum to Clean Dust Particles Caught Inside a Camera Lens [Clever Uses]

Use a Vacuum to Clean Dust Particles Caught Inside a Camera Lens [Clever Uses]

No matter how talented a shutterbug you are, a dirty lens can detract from even the most amazing shot. DIY compendium WikiHow has drawn up a step-by-step guide on removing specks and other dust particles from your camera lens with a vacuum. As the post notes, you’ll want to proceed with caution before cleaning off your lens with a vacuum (that means use more traditional methods first); the vacuum method should only be used as a last resort, since even the lowest vacuum power could...

23 Ago/09

Turn a Pair of Walkie-Talkies into a Long-Distance Camera Trigger [DIY]

Turn a Pair of Walkie-Talkies into a Long-Distance Camera Trigger [DIY]

A cable release is great if you’re standing next to the camera. An infrared remote works fine if you’re standing in front of the camera. But what if you’re a quarter mile away? Walkie-talkies can provide the range. Flickr user Majet wanted to start taking wild life photos but he didn’t want to disturb the wildlife he was photographing. His solution? Build a simple electronic relay that would take the pulse sent by a walkie-talkie and translate it into a remote shutter...

9 Lug/09

Identify The Digital Camera A Photo Was Taken With On Flickr

Identify The Digital Camera A Photo Was Taken With On Flickr

Flickr is probably the most popular photo hosting and sharing on the Internet with thousands of new photos posted to the site every minute. It is great for discovering photos and locations in the world, meeting people and sharing experiences. One thing that many users do not know is that it is also possible to identify the digital camera a photo was taken with on Flickr. All that needs to be done is to open a photo on the Flickr website. You notice the information that are posted on the...

1 Lug/09

Turn a Cheap iPhone Case into a Tripod [DIY]

Turn a Cheap iPhone Case into a Tripod [DIY]

You probably use your iPhone’s camera for hand-held photos and video, but once in a while you might want some shake-free shots. Get them with a tripod made from a clamshell case and a little ingenuity. By combining an inexpensive case with some very basic and cheap parts off the shelf of his local hardware store, Scott Patrick made sturdy tripod mount for his iPhone. Check out the video below: The build is rather straightforward, but there’s room for a little tweaking. While...

22 Giu/09

Are Standard Cellphones Too Complicated? [Ask The Readers]

Are Standard Cellphones Too Complicated? [Ask The Readers]

If you’re shopping for a smartphone, you want the best features you can get. But a new study suggests that many standard cellphone users are annoyed by unimportant add-ons. What do you want out of your basic cellphone? Photo by compujeramey. To get specific, mobile phone recycling company FoneBank surveyed phone users in the U.K., finding that 61 percent consider their phones laden with unnecessary features, 45 percent never use their phones’ MP3 players, and 30 percent don’t...