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We didn't see as many Volkswagen campers as expected in the parking lot, but the other side of the Abenteuer & Allrad (Adventure & Allwheel) gate was a very different story. There was an entire tent dedicated to Volkswagen campers and other upfitted vehicles, and there were plenty of other VWs scattered about the show. And we're not just talking the ubiquitous Transporter camper vans and b
We've been hanging out for this one; Sena has been making excellent motorcycle Bluetooth comms systems for many years, and now it has started manufacturing its own, fully integrated smart helmets. We've been riding with the Momentum for a few weeks, here are our impressions... Continue Reading Sena Momentum review: A solid, smart helmet built around an awesome Bluetooth system Category: M
Photographer and educator Adam Gibbs often invites us along as he photographs in and around his home base of Vancouver, British Columbia, but in his latest video, we join him in his office as he processes a six-shot panorama. Not only do we get to learn more about a panorama created from six vertical images -- captured with a Nikon D850 and Nikon 24-120mm f/4 lens at 48mm, if you're curious -
First things first: Brian Clark is co-hosting a free workshop today (in a few hours, at 12:00 p.m. Pacific Time / 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time), all about getting started with chatbots. If you don’t know much about chatbots, or even think they might be weird or creepy, check out my post from Monday explaining why Read More...The post Free Workshop *Today* on an Awesome New Content Tool appeared f
There's something particularly fun about night photography. It's typically slower-paced and more methodical in part because of the challenges associated with shooting at night. You need a tripod in most cases as you will often need long shutter speeds. Depending on your subject, a fast lens may or may not be necessary, but night shooting certainly places different kinds of demands on your
created with techniques and processes that technology-muggles take for granted. The post unsettlingly awesome iPhone X illusion will suck you into an infinite abyss of anxiety appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
This March the Game Developers Conference will once again feature a curated selection of great stuff for virtual reality developers under the aegis of VRDC @ GDC, and you won't want to miss it! ...
When shooting star photos, there are multiple aspects of a lens to consider. Primarily, you typically want a wide-angle lens. Not only does the lens need to be wide, it also needs to be fast. A lens like the new Sigma 14mm f/1.8 lens stands out as a good choice, for example, and Rokinon makes numerous fast wide lenses. The Rokinon (and Samyang) lenses are manual focus, which makes them less usefu
In this article I want to talk about the Entity-Component-System (ECS). It is a design pattern that allows you lots of flexibility in designing your overall software architecture. Let's take a look! ...
We hope you had a good weekend. Let's kick the new week off with another edition of Shutter Release, a regular roundup feature here at Imaging Resource. In today's Shutter Release, we will look at a video about shooting at ISO 200 instead of 100, JPEG versus RAW, a new function with Photoshop CC 2018 you need to see and finally a new Instagram tool which suggests hashtags based on your ph


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