A couple of weeks ago I received a Panasonic A500 wearable video camera. I didn’t know what to make of it at first, with its full head encompassing strap and small point-of-view camera that rests at eye level. The camera is attached via a cable to the main unit, which has a LCD screen, allowing users to view their footage as they film it. Once you place the LCD unit in the handy arm band strap, you’re ready to head off to film your first adventure!
Social media is more accessible than ever, and our phones are always within easy reach, but it’s not always easy to make your travel photos amazing. I find myself constantly snapping pictures on my phone, editing, filtering, sending, sharing, you name it, it’s so easy these days. When we’re on vacation, I make a point of taking my camera with me (much to my husband’s chagrin since he carries it most of the time), because it provides me with many other features I just can’t get from a phone. Everyone wants to capture their vacation memories on film, but how do we make those actual experiences translate to the images that are produced? Here are some tips for creating some amazing… [Read More]