Perfect surround sound is like a multivariable equation. You have the obvious, tech and equipment, the lesser known, the power of the subwoofer, and of course, the setup. Get ready to take notes, because here are a few tips that will undoubtedly kick your surround sound into high gear.
The global soundbar market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16.18% from 2017 to 2021. With forces like smart homes, the advent of wireless technology, and improvements in technology driving this growth, it's safe to say that soundbars are here to stay.
As a teenager in the 70s, most cameras required film and flashbulbs and developing time.Â But one day my Dad brought home a really cool Polaroid camera that would shoot the picture and instant print and we would all gather around to watch it instantly develop!Â It was much...
TVs have come a long way in advancement in recent years with 4K display and thinner and thinner display screens. Their sound capabilities, not so much. Not to mention the bulky solution of multi-speaker surround sound just not being as practical as many people would like. With home entertainment solutions on the rise, here are a few reasons why a soundbar is the future of TV sound.
This article is for anyone shooting photography or videography for your church. This article is to help you decide on the right custom lens kit for your church.
We love to rent movies, and many times receive them as gifts to watch as many times as we like or to share with family and friends. Ours started out lined up on the shelf under the television but then the collection grew. When we moved, we tried...
As a wedding filmmaker, you have a big responsibility to capture a very special day in the lives of your clients. With all of the busyness and hustle that a wedding day can bring, it can be easy to be overwhelmed. Raising and lowering tripods and running around with...
More and more children are spending a considerable amount of time in front of some form of a screen. The TV has for many years become the new babysitter. In today's age parents tackle a great deal in everyday life. As parents struggle to meet daily demands on them between parenthood, careers, and financial responsibilities they turn to technology to assist them in coping.
A photographer's toolbox is often stuffed with cameras, lenses and flash accessories. But there are many other non-flashy tools that are needed to get the job done right. These accessories are must haves in the photography world and are often overlooked.
Cleaning a camera lens can be scary and intimidating, knowing that piece of glass your working on likely costs hundreds or thousands of dollars. But cleaning is also an important practice to ensure high quality image captures. Listed here are the simple steps to ensure your lens gets clean and stays safe.
The Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 wide angle lens (also branded under Samyang and Bower) is a fabulous wide angle lens for the money. Center sharpness is great and the wide open f/2.8 provides a great option for low light shooters.
The Nikon D750 has become a game changer and is the reason I switched to Nikon after ten years of shooting with Canon cameras. The Nikon D750 dominates the comparable Canon 5D Mark III in low-light auto focus, high ISO performance and, the biggest kicker, dynamic range. Although there are a few features I miss in my 5D Mark III, the overall quality of images from the D750 has made me a Nikon believer.
The Canon 24-105mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM is compared to the Canon 50mm f/1.8 Nifty Fifty on the same full frame 6D camera.