What's New, December 2016 Camera and Photography News
What's New in Cameras & Photography
Recent articles for those of you that like to discover new ideas, or just
about how to better utilize your existing equipment. Click on a link below. I've
been collecting photos over the years and have recently been organizing and
updating these collections into photo galleries
In the late 19th century Brentwood grew as a community, and still is known all through the Bay Area for its rural products, basically its fruits, corn and peaches. Because of urban sprawl since 1990, a hefty portion of the old homesteads and orchards have been supplanted by suburban developments
Courtland, situated along the Sacramento River
is 17 miles south-southwest of Sacramento. Courtland was christened after Courtland Sims, son of James V. Sims, an
entrepreneur who founded a steamer landing in the community in 1870. The Courtland post office was established in 1872
Michael Shainblum is a talented professional photographer known for his time-lapse footage along with extraordinary still photography. In 2015, he chose to take his photography to the skies to start working on a drone project.
Everything considered, he shot 16 hours of footage using DJI 3 and DJI 4 drones to deliver this stunning 4K aerial montage filmed throughout the state of Oregon. Make certain to turn down the lights,
turn up the sound with HD mode on to truly appreciate this brief film.
The delightful appeal of an European town or Victorian seaport. Founded in 1850,
the town is Humboldt County's major seaport. The timber, dairy and shipping
enterprises support the individuals who call the area home. Today, you can
stroll down the clamoring downtown streets, past wonderfully restored structures
of varied architectural types.
Situated in Humboldt County, California. For the 2010 census,
the population was,1371, down 9 from the 2000 census. The city features numerous
well preserved Victorian retail facades and homes. Ferndale is the northern
entryway to California's Lost Coast and the city, sits on the edge of a wide
plain close to the mouth of the Eel River,
for the most part offer wheelbases between 105 inches and 110 inches. Another generally utilized definition is that of the EPA, which classifies autos offering between 110 cubic feet and 119 cubic feet of inside volume as being mid-size.
During 2012, mid-size autos were the most popular vehicle category sold in the United States
are to a great extent a North American term signifying a
Chevrolet smaller than a mid-size auto, however larger than a subcompact auto.
Compact autos typically have wheelbases between 100 inches and 109 inches.