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.
If you ever find that you’re in a bit of a funk where no matter what you do to your swing, you just can’t seem to make it work, you should try getting back to the basics. PGA Professional Rodney Green teaches you various tests or checks that will allow you to fix the fundamentals:Watch Now >>
Ellen March teaches you how to make a beautiful flower-shaped bath mat using heavy fabrics. You will need three fabrics – gripper (preferably by the yard), terry cloth for the outer fabric and an interlining microfiber soaker fabric. Ellen also discusses ways to save time and money by using items you have around your house.Watch Now >>
PGA Professional Joseph Hallett combines fun with useful practice by showing you a game that will test your skills. It’s basically the golf version of the basketball game horse. Get a few index cards, write down a style of shot and a golf club selection. You can play against a friend or by yourself. ThisWatch Now >>
Bob Snyder teaches you how to land an RC plane safely and efficiently. Landing your plane is something that needs to be done and in this video, Bob provides helpful tips and techniques for making the landing process much easier. Find out how the weather conditions play a role in the landing process and seeWatch Now >>