Today I want to review the Neewer ND/PL (Neutral Density and Polarizing) filters for the DJI Mavic air drone. Those are necessary to lower the shutter speed and to increase the contrast which results in more cinematic videos. This makes the difference between amateur-looking and professional videos. The Neewer filters cost just around 20 Euros. More expensive filters cost well over 100 Euros (PolarPro cinema filters). Read on to see what results I got. Continue reading “Neewer ND/PL filters for DJI Mavic Air drone review tutorial”
Your life gets much easier if you are able to mount your cameras to and remove it from a tripod quickly. I am using plates and clamps of the Arca-Swiss standard. There is also the Manfrotto system, but I did not want to be locked into one single manufacturer. Please read on to see what I recommend. Continue reading “Mount cameras quickly – the Arca Swiss Quick Release System”
The Sigma 16mm 1.4 lens received praises all over the Internet. I have used it for 2 month and almost sent it back because of the problems I found. Continue reading “Sigma 16mm 1.4 after 2 month review + SOLUTION for autofocus noise”
Buying good camera gear is expensive. But buying the latest and greatest is not necessary to get professional results. In this article I offer you 8 tips on how to save a ton of money by buying used stuff. Those tips are even more important if you plan to buy more expensive gear, because then you really don’t want to end up with something that is not working. Continue reading “8 tips on how to buy camera gear for cheap”
Today I want to write about what’s in my camera bag as of 2017/2018. Most of the stuff I bought on the used market (willhaben.at). It is possible to get good deals if you buy cameras that are somewhat old but still work well and even are considered professional. You just have to be aware of the limitations of this older equipment. I will also tell you that. Read on to see what’s inside. Continue reading “What’s in my camera bag 2018”
Today I want to review the Aqua Marina Breeze Stand up Paddle Board. The board is not too big and 4 inches (10 cm) thick so it is well suited for smaller people (children/women). Continue reading “Review: Aqua Marina Breeze SUP Board”
Coming from Meteora with the train we had to make a stop in Volos to wait for the ferry to Skopelos on the next day.
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Meteora is an amazing place in the middle of Greece. We went there from Athens to do some hiking before we headed to the Sporade islands.
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For our trip to Greece we wanted to do a mix of sightseeing in the city, hiking in nature and visiting islands for swimming. We are happy that we were able to do almost everything that we have planned. This is especially true because of a strike in Athens and of the ferry boats on our last day. We were really lucky. Read on to learn about our itinerary and experiences in Greece. Continue reading “Trip to Greece: Athens”
Today I want to write about conflict management and being goal-oriented. When searching for conflict management techniques you will often find the rather complicated Harvard Method. In this article I want to offer a much simpler method (I heard about it in some seminar, if somebody knows the name please tell me!). Continue reading “Conflict Management and being Goal-Oriented”