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30 Mar

5 Essential Tips For Wedding Photographers Working With Wedding Planners

Anyone who’s ever attended a wedding knows how stressful they can be. Big families are involved, people show up late, rings get lost or forgotten. For wedding photographers, that stress is magnified tenfold. But a wedding photographer's job can be made much easier with a good working relationship with the wedding planner.  While wedding planners and wedding photographers have very different jobs and responsibilities for the big day, it’s absolutely essential that the two teams work together to make sure the wedding goes by without any problems. That’s why we’ve broken down a few key rules to remember if you're a wedding photographer working with a wedding planner. 1. Set up a meeting. When you're hired to shoot a wedding, find out as soon as possible...
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6 Mar

Know Your Worth: A Breakdown On How To Price Your Photo Services

One of the biggest challenges of starting a business is figuring out how to price the goods and services you offer. You don't want to undersell yourself and devalue the market, but overpricing and scaring off potential clients is just as dangerous. Pricing similar to the competition is a good place to start, but since what you're offering is presumably not exactly the same, the prices shouldn't be either. That's why we've compiled this guide that will break down everything you need to know about pricing. The first thing to remember is that your pricing shouldn't be exactly the same as the competition's, just as your services aren't exactly the same. While it's good to compare pricing, it's also important to have a strong...
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27 Apr

Can You Spend Your Whole Workday in VR?

Virtual reality (VR) is one of the fastest growing technologies today. Many tech companies are joining forces to provide quality VR experiences to their customers. But what about simulating a day at work in VR? GamesBeat writer Jeff Grubb did exactly that, using Virtual Desktop, an upcoming PC program that allows anyone with a HTC Vive or Oculus Rift headset to emulate their desktop in the VR world. To truly understand how VR is making an impact today, it's essential to realize that many emerging technologies require a lot of trial and error and  that most of today's tech products are for consumer use rather than business use. One of the most popular uses right now for VR is entertainment—people are...
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11 Apr

ParaZero SafeAir Puts a Parachute on Your Drone

Drones are a popular yet expensive hobby. While many have been using drones for reasons ranging from business to recreational, there have been reports of drones being shot down and drones crashing into things. There's even drone insurance, which just goes to show that drones are probably here to stay. However, a company called ParaZero has taken drone protection even further by placing a parachute on your drone, just in case it meets its untimely end. The ParaZero SafeAir is a drone fitted with a capsule that holds a parachute that deploys in less than a second, designed for hobbyist drones that might fly into some precarious situations. This drone knows when it's in danger sooner than whoever is in control,...
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29 Feb

Wevr to Launch Transport, the YouTube of Virtual Reality

While tech giants pour billions of dollars into virtual reality technology, one startup company is seeking to create content that can close the gap between tech giants and startups. Wevr, a company based out of Venice, CA, is seeking to create what they call the “YouTube of virtual reality” and has received $25 million in funding from investors. The product, called Transport, is an online virtual reality content network where content creators can submit their virtual reality environments for people to experience. The project is currently in private beta, and there will be both free and paid content. Anyone using a virtual reality headset such as Google Cardboard, Samsung Gear VR, HTC Vibe, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR, can access...
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25 Feb

A Launching Pad Enables Drones to Land Safely Atop Moving Cars

Amazon is pushing the old pizza delivery slogan of “30 minutes or less” for their flagship drone delivery service. Meanwhile, the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum fur Luft und Ramfahrt, DLR) is seeking to take that mantra about 5 steps further by having drones deliver packages to you no matter where you are, including to the roof of your car utilizing an attachable drone launching pad. The DLR has already been testing this launching pad idea using a solar-powered Penguin BE UAV. According to the DLR's press release, there have been several design changes in the drone that will allow it to travel at greater heights and distances more quickly. “Eliminating the landing gear significantly increases the payload capability of a...
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2 Feb

30 Minutes or Less: Amazon’s Drones Plan to Deliver Packages at Lightning Speed

The phrase “30 minutes or less” has been around since the halcyon days of pizza delivery. Domino's Pizza advertised delivery of its pizzas in 30 minutes or it was free, and this guarantee of pizza at your doorstep in a half hour was the pizza chain's marketing slogan from 1979 to 1993. Now, Amazon is seeking to revive the concept of “30 minutes or less” using modern technology—in this case, drones. Amazon's vice president of global public policy, Paul Misener, outlined his plans in an interview with Yahoo. “The goals we've set for ourselves are: The range has to be over 10 miles. These things will weigh about 55 pounds each, but they'll be able to deliver parcels that weigh...
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28 Jan

You Can Now Take Out an Insurance Policy on Your Drone

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With public interest in drones skyrocketing and many people buying drones for the very first time, accidents can and will happen—and that's why there is now drone insurance. Drones are some costly, valuable pieces of tech, and it makes sense that amateurs or businesses that utilize drones would want to insure and protect them in case damage befalls them. Case in point, Tom Kilpatrick, founder of CloudDeck Media and a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) licensed drone pilot who has insured his drone for $1 million. Many insurance companies have been providing drone insurance for a while now, but now that drone ownership is open to everyone, the risks will obviously increase. According to one report discussing insurance in the drone industry,...
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7 Jan

GoPro Enters Drone Market

Many athletes in extreme sports use GoPro cameras to document their sessions, so it should come as little surprise that GoPro is also seeking to enter the surging drone market. Its brand recognition could give it an edge in a fast-paced market where industries of all sorts are seeking to make a profit off of using drones. GoPro quietly made moves in 2015 to enter the drone market by purchasing Kolor, a French company that produced 360-degree video software. It is currently developing a platform to stitch together multiple 360-degree videos from different GoPro units, and is also entering the enterprise space by having a division specifically for 360-degree spherical applications. While there are other 360-degree camera players on the market,...
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