So not as awesome as the commercial makes it out to be.
The Galaxy Gear Smartwatch only works with the Galaxy Note 3 and with a limited range of 10 meters (32 feet).
I chatted with a rep (or bot?) from Sprint.
|Megan: Thank you for visiting Sprint. What questions can I answer for you today?
|You: i’d like to get the smartwatch (galaxy gear) what do i need to purchase in order to have it work
|Megan: Please wait while a secure chat connection is established.
|Megan: You will need to purchase the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
|You: anything else needed for it to communicate
|Megan: No other device is required.
|You: do i need to carry around the note 3 for the watch to work?
|Megan: Yes, you are correct.
|You: what is the disstance range?
|Megan: Please allow me a moment to check.
|Megan: Thank you for your patience.
|Megan: The maximum range is 10 meters.
|You: ok thank you for your help
Our wedding is almost here!
These were the Invites that were sent out! The “grey” is actually spot UV, which looks way better in person.
Here is a close up of the front of the invite. It is the exact cover of the movie.
At Unique Photo we’re always looking for reasons to test out products…to help better inform the customer of course Unique University instructor Taryn Truese was gracious enough to make this little write-up about her experiment with just one speedlight and a simple accessory that every photographer should have in their gear bag. ”Can one simple light modifier really make that big of a difference? Take a look at our latest featured article to see what happens when you go Rogue.” Without further adieu here is one photographer’s journey through trial and error so you won’t have to: CLICK HERE
I just finished an outside shoot in of all places, my friend’s backyard. I had another friend that designed a dress for me to photograph and a local model, Kasia met up with me to shoot.
I have been practicing off camera lighting and recently purchased two Nissin 866mii. Well, within the first 25 minutes of shooting the speedlight completely crapped out. It just wouldn’t fire! It was firing, but now it’s not.
I’ve narrowed it down to the port that the pocket wizard plugs into. I tried switching Pocket Wizards, changing the cords, the batteries, etc. But nothing worked, it just won’t trigger.
I ended up doing the entire shoot with just natural light, no reflector! I’m pretty bummed about this because I’d really like to learn how to tone the images using an off camera flash.
I am going to send the flash back since it is under warrenty. I have 2 of the same model/brand and the other one seems to be working great! The company I purchased them from is very understanding and I’m sure I won’t have a problem getting it fixed or replaced.
So, this is what showed up on my friend’s facebook feed…
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NOTE: my photoshop creation is a visual joke on my wedding invitation, but I’m not releasing it until after the invites go out.