Blu-ray players and Blu-ray movies are generating a lot of excitement. Now that the “format war” is over with Blu-ray crowned the victor, consumers are getting ready to embrace high-definition on a disc, namely, Blu-ray Discs! This guide will make sure you understand Blu-ray and get the most out of your experience.
In this interview, Kimberly Kane discusses her love for film photography, work in Transfer 8mm Film to DVD, and her experiences in the music industry and the fashion world.
The next basic issue centers on focus. Most cameras have a very good auto focus feature. This feature probably does a better job by far than you can do manually if you lack experience or just use the camcorder from time to time. Some situations confuse the automation, however, and to get decent footage you will have to jump in and take charge.
Alpha DVD also has offerings for the business community, educational institutions and government agencies. We can re-master Sales presentations, product demos, catalogues and employee training to a DVD.
Friends of mine are doing things and they know about my photography and want me to shoot. With the Mishka Look Book, Mishka is a big street-wear company and a friend of mine wanted to collaborate on that. People usually bring me in. I’m so busy with my day job that people usually ask me to shoot. I’m not pursuing a lot of stuff. If I get inspired, I can call Vice, tell them my idea, and they either like it or they don’t. I have to be really inspired to do a project and pursue a project because it’s not my day job right now. I do pursue Blood is the New Black. I love having my photos on clothes. That’s really cool.
These cartridges come in value packs and are a better value for your frequent printing needs. They not only cost less, but they last longer and are capable of being refilled to reduce packaging waste from the marketing packaging as well as the actual container for the ink to be held in. It is also shipped in a reusable bag.
People’s Choice Awards Red Carpet Oopsie (Dis)honorable Mention: Victoria Asher. I wavered on this one so many times that I lost count. Why? I loved her dress. The funky red rose print frock with black laces along each side of the bodice fit Cobra Starship’s Asher like a glove and was a smokin’ selection for the show. So why is she mentioned here? The eyeshadow. Call me picky or unartistic, but the bright red was simply too much. It reminded me of clown make-up. Yuck.