Layne Kennedy demonstrates the techniques that you should use when taking panoramic photos and the settings that your digital camera needs to be set to so you get the best shots. He recommends mounting your DSLR on a tripod with the camera set on manual exposure and manual focus. You should overlap each picture by a third so your computer program can seamlessly align the pixels of each individual shot and create one great panoramic photo.
Carolyn Beam presents her creative and easy technique of using leftover strips of fabric. Learn how to incorporate old bindings or scraps of fabric to quilting blocks. Spark new and creative ideas for a fun project of your own. See examples of pieces shes done and use these tips to help get rid of leftover… Read more »Watch Now >>
Layne Kennedy visits a local Key West bar to capture some storytelling photography of a cigar roller. When discussing the art of storytelling in photography, Lanye makes sure to incorporate all elements of the cigar roller’s stand, including the patrons, the roller’s hands, the bar in the background and the cigars themselves.Watch Now >>
One of the common questions asked in RC hobby shops is about selecting your first radio. In this video, Steve Thomas provides helpful tips for selecting your first radio and RC plane, including the many variables and considerations for selecting a model suited to your skill level.Watch Now >>
In this video Dr. Gary Wiren helps you avoid from the dreaded slice with this rotation of the forearm drill. When you swing your club like a baseball bat, your forearm naturally turns over and squares the face. Try this with your practice swing to create less tension and keep the club face square so… Read more »Watch Now >>