How you carry your camera equipment when you are travelling is entirely preferential, but Layne Kennedy wants to give you a few recommendations for how to store and carry your equipment on a travel photography shoot. Depending on the weather in the region that you’re travelling to and the type of travel you’ll be doing, you may want to use a specific camera bag or store the equipment you won’t be using in a box or safe in your car.
Joe Malinchak shows off his 4″ wingspan Great Lakes Biplane. This micro RC plane has a single phase brushless motor that allows it to fly for 2 minutes. It was tricky designing and building this small plane, according to Joe. Enjoy watching the Great Lakes Biplane fly and watch to see where it lands!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…Watch Now >>
In this video, Joseph Hallett gives you tips and techniques on how to hit your fairway woods solid. Follow along and learn this simple, fun and effective drill called the aircraft carrier drill. This sweeping drill will help your shots soar!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 >>