Many people who dedicate their time to making photographs also devote time for printing those images. Photo books have always been considered the ultimate final statement when it comes to showing off one’s images. But how do we make great photo books? What are the main ingredients? What about tips or secrets?
If you’ve been awake at all in 2019, there’s a good chance you’ve heard the name Marie Kondo. The Japanese organization consultant, author and star of Netflix’s “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” has helped inspire a wave of decluttering and minimization in the homes of virtually everyone who watches her show.
This month sees the return of fashion week in New York, London, Milan and Paris, when some of the world’s most stylish people gather to watch the latest designer collections on the runway.
But for everyone who doesn’t have a ticket to the front row, there are still plenty of opportunities to get involved in the action. Over the past decade, street style photography has soared in popularity, with bloggers and Instagram users all clamouring to take the best shots of people coming in and out of the shows.
Nice weather in this week. OBSBOT Tail went to a skateboard park to record this amazing video of a skateboarder. You can put it on a standard interface or you can hold it and move around. The Tail will always track your desired target(s) stably, smoothly, and accurately.
Most everyone has heard of and interacted with 360 images and videos, either by dragging the image around with a mouse, panning and tilting a smartphone or while wearing a VR headset. However, this new type of photography doesn’t end with 360 videos; there is also VR video and VR180 formats. While all 3 formats are related, there are distinct differences in how to interact with each post-capture.