If you already own and love the iStabilizer Monopod, this "Selfie Stick" infographic may make you say "Well, duh!". But for the rest of us who wonder "How do you take a picture when the phone is on the end of a pole?" this little tutorial might come in handy. And judging by the number of photos I see where the pole itself is not only in the shot but upstaging everyone and everything, some monopod owners could use a few pointers. So without further ado, I give you "How to use a Selfie Stick".
A major name in the film industry thinks the future of the movie industry is the iPhone.
John Lasseter speaking at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Tuesday, said he can easily see a day when the big award-winning movies we watch will be produced by filmmakers using only their iPhones and GoPro cameras.
My brother used to get mad at me for not wearing a watch. I can't remember why. Maybe he didn't like me being late or maybe I asked him what time it was one too many times. I hated wearing a watch. It was uncomfortable on my wrist, itchy, and left a weird tan line. I ended up keeping a watch in my pocket, but got in trouble if I forgot to change the battery.
Every camera has its strengths and weaknesses. And if you know what those are, you can play up its strengths, while downplaying its weaknesses. The same goes for smartphone cameras.