Finding a videographer for your wedding

wedding videographerVideography is the creative process of capturing images on video tape or DVD. This does include post production which is the addition of effects and filters on the video images. Since the invention of the video camera old film cameras have become less and less common among the industry. The speed of use and wide range of functionality that a digital video camera has is blurring the line between videography and cinematography. The internet has also had a hand in the development of videography. Video blogging, slide shows and gaming are all examples of new forms of media constantly developing and changing the art of videography. In this free video series a professional will give several tips and techniques for choosing a wedding. Everything from finding a videographer to coordinating with the photographer, signing contracts and making sure the videographer has back-up equipment.

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Photosynth – What is it?

Sharing Photos – What is  Photosynth?


Photosynth can be a effective set of tools for capturing and viewing the world in 3D. You’ll be able to share these views together with your pals on Facebook, publish them to Bing Maps, or embed them within your own Internet site.

Photosynth makes it simple and enjoyable to develop and share interactive panoramas of wherever you might be. Photosynth can share images and interactive panorama experiences to Facebook (with the included free of charge service). Integration with Bing Maps means millions of individuals could see your panoramas on maps and in search outcomes for locations you have captured.

Your panorama images are offered to any app from the Camera Roll Photosynth’s exclusive capture encounter needs an iPhone 3Gs, iPhone four, iPad 2, or iPod Touch (Fourth Generation), iPad 2 Wi-Fi, and iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G.Demands iOS four.0 or later.


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Share Photos Online – The easy way

Photo Sharing explained


Photo MihaiThere is no questioning the fact that digital photography has changed the way that we experience photographs. In just a few short years we’ve moved from mailing photos back and forth or printing doubles and triples of important events to simply attaching or uploading our fondest moments and sending them away, instantly available to view or distribute.

That being said, there are still lots of ways that we can connect to the people we care about besides email, and some of these methods are amazing at keeping everyone involved. Let’s check out a few great sites and see what they can offer.

The Mighty Facebook

The site that needs no introduction, Facebook is one of the giants of social media. Facebook is used to keep in touch with old friends, classmates, business associates and a wide variety of other people and also has a great way for uploading and sharing photographs. Facebook allows you to post pictures, create custom photo albums and connect with your friends and family with facebook accounts in a fast and simple way. The only major downside with Facebook is that they compress and resize your high quality pictures. So, if you want to take advantage of the site’s other features (like it’s social games and status updates) this site is a good choice, but if you want something exclusively for photos without any image quality loss, then Facebook probably isn’t the best choice.

Flickr Fun

Flickr caused a revolution in the photo industry with their innovative tagging system, and is one of the absolute best ways to share photos. Users can tag other people similar to Facebook, but the ability to tag places, groups, and objects adds incredible context to your static images. Besides Flickr’s extremely detailed tagging system, it also gives you a robust set of editing tools and photo printing options like turning your images into gifts like posters or greeting cards. Flickr is also free, which means you don’t have to pay a dime to keep your loved ones up to date.

Photoshop Online

Adobe Photoshop is the industry standard in photo editing. Any and all professional photographers that work in digital either use Photoshop for their editing or have done so in the past, so it’s no wonder that the online version of the tool is far more advanced than any other site’s. Photoshop Online isn’t just for editing as it also allows you to upload and store up to 2 gigs free with no image shrinking or quality loss. Another great feature of Photoshop Online is that you can export pictures directly to Facebook, Flickr and a wide variety of other websites. This is great because you can do your editing with their online tools then use the sharing method that works best for you and your friends.

Although we’ve just touched upon three of the most popular photo sharing sites, there are countless others that are great for sharing photos online. Each website has its own strengths and weaknesses, so see which one best fits your needs and style for sharing your photos. Some sites offer a more social and interactive approach while other sites offer better photo editors. No matter which one you choose, just remember that the most important thing is that you’re staying in touch with people that care about you, and in the end that’s the only important thing. Have fun sharing your photos!

About the Author

Autumn Lockwood is a writer for Your Picture Frames. Shop online and see our large selection of lovely unique picture frames and cheerful red picture frames. Visit our website and have fun shopping for frames or call 1-800-780-0699.


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