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Best DIY Camera Slider- Cheap and Durable for Any Camera (550d/T2i) Hs300 Go Pro

Best DIY Camera Slider- Cheap and Durable for Any Camera (550d/T2i) Hs300 Go Pro

Watch the Tutorial Here: www.youtube.com I made this slider after watching tons of DIYs videos from you tube. So, thanks you tubers who put their efforts in making their sliders and giving me the ideas to create mine. I apologize for previously not mentioning the names who influenced me in making this slider, and huge credit goes to the following Great Minds: Don’t Forget, this video is only for the informational and learning purpose only: The Frugal Filmmaker(The Best Channel for DIY and Filmmaking) www.youtube.com Watch this video below: so you know where did those people get their ideas who complaining too much..lol 1/2 inch PVC pipe.. www.youtube.com Paul Koslow www.twinslider.com Indy Mogul www.youtube.com Catascouts www.youtube.com www.youtube.com Huge Thanks to Emm From Cheesycam.com (Mr.CheesyCam) for broadcasting links for awesome DIYs and DSLR support. visit www.cheesycam.com for other tutorials. And if I am missing anyone, please feel free to comment or send me a message so I can add your name. The base camera platform of this slider is very strong and can hold heavy cameras. I used T Shape simpson Ties as guards and used a polyester and metal for the top of the platform, then I added a lock system for slider to stay at one location, and added two sets of wheels in the bottom for camera safety while doing the vertical and horizontal shots upside down. I used PVC for the slide rails, they are good and I don’t feel any wobbliness.. however I will be improving my
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Selecting the Best Free Stock Photography Websites

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Article by John Parks

When looking for good free stock photography websites, there are several factors to keep in mind. Many companies offer excellent stock photographs that are available for download for free or for a minimal fee. However, not all stock photography websites are designed the same. Some of the important features to look for when searching for a free stock photography website include: an easy to use search engine, the size and resolution of the photographs available, how the photographs are licensed, how often is the site updated, and which photographers are showcased.

Easy use to search engineHaving an easy to use search engine is an essential characteristic of the best free stock photography websites. A large collection of the best photographs is of little use if you can’t find the type of images you need. Some of the best sites include keyword searches that allow you to quickly identify the photographs most suited to your needs.

Size and resolution of available photographsSome stock photography websites offer free images that are relatively small. Depending on your particular needs, you may need larger photographs. In some cases, it is worth it to pay a small per use fee or even a monthly subscription fee to have access to a wide variety of large, high resolution, good quality images.

Types of licensingStock photographs can be licensed in a number of ways. For example, royalty-free photographs typically mean that the image can be used in a number of ways without having to pay further royalties. However, royalty free is not synonymous with free and some websites may charge a one-time fee or a monthly subscription fee for the use of these images. Rights-managed images, on the other hand, specify the ways in which the image can be used. For example, a rights-managed image may be restricted in certain geographic areas or may only be used during a certain period of time. Extended rights images are yet another alternative where the client can purchase the right to use the image multiple times with no time limit for use. The best option will depend on your needs. For example, if you need several images, it may be worthwhile to consider purchasing a monthly subscription that permits the use of multiple images with an extended rights option.

How often is the webpage updated?The best free stock photography websites will be updated frequently. This is important because it means there are fresh images available for use. New and innovative images will draw attention, while overused images will have the opposite effect.

Who are the photographers?Finally, when selecting the best free stock photography website you may consider who the photographers are. Well-known photographers produce high quality, striking images. However, much can also be said for amateur photographers and up and coming artists. One interesting twist on stock photography is offered by photorogue.com where amateur photographers submit images to meet specifications provided by the client.

The best free stock photography websites will meet these basic criteria, allowing you to select from a number of high quality images while staying within your budget.

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Microstock photography – make money with your best photos

Article by George Patt

Today digital photographers are needed all around the world, due to the diversity of our planet, so regardless of where you live there is money to be made through selling your digital photos online.The main objective to sell photos online is to choose the correct subject matter, of which there are many. In general you will make money by photographing anything business related, of people in action, children, any technical gadget as well as exotic places and wildlife shoots. There are also subjects yet to be discovered, which are potential gold mines. Many stock or microstock agencies are looking for photos like this: medical stuff and equipment, antiques, rare artifacts, car parts, fashion, analogue and grunge, food and beverages, personal care and cosmetics, electronics and telecommunications, religious and spiritual images, holiday and seasonal themes, sports, people of many cultures and ethnic backgrounds.The second objective after you chose the correct subject is exposure! Get those millions to see your pictures instead of just thousands or just your circle of friends. Exposure is crucial. Not only will having more people see your pictures help you make more money, but it’s also good for branding.If people begin to see your pictures in more than one place they will begin to see that you are a big name photographer. Suddenly, the demand for your pictures will go up and people will be willing to spend more to have your images. No matter what kind of photography you want to get into, if you don’t have some samples of your work online, you will be shutting out what could be a huge portion of your income.

So how do I get those pictures online?Well you have two options:1. Get your own website2. Use existing websites for free

First option is considered if you are familiar with HTML or internet technologies. But second is the easiest one and helps you to put photos where people are looking for pictures really. The question now: where is that? Of course, microstock agencies. Every month there are MILLIONS of people who visit micro stock photography sites with money in hand, ready to buy photos. You can upload your pictures to these sites and people can buy downloads of them. So after you put your pictures on there they can sell over and over again while you do nothing. It’s really quite simple and there are some making 6 digit figures with micro stock right now. Once you build up a nice size portfolio on the sites below it will not be impossible to be making at least an extra $ 1,000 a month, and the more you work at it you can make that $ 1,000 per week.From now just visit my site to get all the information you need to become a wealthy photographer, not just an amateur: http://www.webphotozoom.com/

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