Really expensive photography gear was stolen from the photographers’ room at Hungaroring this weekend. The victims filed charges against the unknown perpetrator and police started the investigation. You however take it as a reminder to always be on alert for your gear to never suffer similar losses!
You cannot imagine it how many cases this can help you out of trouble if you have your name on your belongings. It is a crazy simple solution that can save you from great losses!
A video showing how thieves work and some simple yet useful tips how to avoid being robbed.
More and more of the big sporting and other events makes photographers to face smaller or bigger thefts. Signs show often other photographers may be the perpetrators. It is worth to stay alerted and take special care for your belongings.
Maybe I should’t need to be mentioned, yet it needs as more and more people are unexplainably devoted to use a fisheye lens. This can be sene not only in the images of GoPro and other action cameras (where it almost cannot be avoided) or the use of snap on lenses, but in everyday photo stories line up a growing number of fisheye shots – often without any reason.
It is daylight saving time again so this is my warning to remind you to adjust the clock in your still camera, video camera, GoPro cameras, DVD recorder, voice recorder and all the other devices too.
Hones confession from a blogger about why he stopped publishing new posts. His opinion may be way too negative but alarming too for wannabe bloggers. Of…
Public shooting of the Die Hard 5 movie scenes with Hungarian Army’s Mi-24 helicopter was quite instructive. It brought to the surface how people photograph helicopters. I got into delays with this post as I had no time to publish it, but the current air show at Kecskemet is a great opportunity to dig it up and publish it and hopefully it can help to some people.