I’ve become much more likely to shoot video on daily news assignments, so I thought I’d show three examples here.
I think it was long about THE FIRST IMAGE that I took with QuadCamera that I decided it was well work the $1.99.
Walking about town Sunday night, I shot a few frames of some of the imagery of Obama that I expect I’ll be seeing a lot of in the next few days.
The Herald-Leader and yours truly fared pretty darn well this year. Check out the results and the winning photos at knpa.org
Watch a video of my favorite images from 2008.
Want to know the easy way to build a time lapse from your hundreds of still images? It’s a piece of cake with QuickTime.
While Night Camera is getting rave reviews, I had much more trouble using it in the short 15 minute test around my house. SteadyCam was simpler and more consistent.
It’s been a lonely world for reptiles since the Crocodile Hunter died in 2006. From the unlikeliest of places comes a hopeful replacement, the Turtle Man of Kentucky.
Wanna make your office look a little more Yosemite? Just apply a little Ansel.
But wait – there is another way to beat the price at the pump. Who needs to buy diesel when you can run your car on a common restaurant by-product that you can get for free? It’s known as waste vegetable oil and most diesel engines can use it as a fuel source. Now we’re talking.