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.
Layne Kennedy teaches you a few expert tips and techniques for making your self-publishing experience positive and getting exactly what you want in the finished product. When uploading work for the book, Layne recommends cleaning your images, using Photoshop to create your own specific layout, following all of the publisher’s requirements for aspects such asWatch Now >>
Using a filter as a camera lens protector has been a much-debated issue. Our resident expert photographer Steve Niedorf is here to lay out the pros and cons of using a filter to protect the front element of your camera’s lens. With the technological advances of today’s lenses, it’s important to take good care ofWatch Now >>
Steve Thomas, from Bob’s Hobby Center in Orlando, Florida, gives you a general overview of how to perform a pre-flight check on a sport plane in this video. A pre-flight check is always started at the end of the last flight, when the integrity of the airplane needs to be checked. These things are importantWatch Now >>
Here’s a great putting drill by PGA Professional Robert Stocke to help you visualize the proper pace of your putts and tap into your athletic ability. He demonstrates a drill where you place a ball on the lip of the cup and practice putting your ball to tap the other ball into the hole. ThisWatch Now >>