It's been awhile since I last posted an article. So I reorganised my schedule to make some time for blogging. You'll never have time for it unless you make time for it. And that's what I did.
In today's post, I want to share a special place to me in Pittsburgh. It's the Scared Heart church in Shadyside.
While looking through the photos I have taken, I have also found this shot of the church taken during early Spring in 2016. It was a lovely evening. Somehow I missed sharing this moment in my blog.
Do you have a special place too?
We have seen many action cameras out there, but I think I have just found one that has excellent quality, and it is well priced. I have delayed this week's post to make sure that I have got my facts right.
What I am referring to is the Polaroid Cube+. Due to its low price tag, many have overlooked it. However, we need to rethink our thoughts. These days small sensor cameras have improved quite a lot and for what they have managed to pack into the Polaroid Cube+ is mind blowing. Let's have a look at what this camera can do below and how it handles flares.
The Polaroid Cube+ does quite well in the still imaging and video departments. Like most wide-angle lens cameras, there would be barrel distortion. With this said, the Polaroid Cube+ is a strong contender, in particular against the GoPro HERO Session. I do not want to overload this article with too many pictures. So I will list links to some of the photos I have taken using the Polaroid Cube+ below - for those who are interested in checking them out. I have also created a video that covers the other features the Polaroid Cube+ has to offer. I would recommend you to check it out if you are looking for an Action Camera.
To make it clear, I do not have any affiliation with Polaroid, neither am I paid by Polaroid, I do not endorse them, and I am not sponsored in any way. I just use my own hard earned money on the camera, taxes, and shipping. So let me know your thoughts in the comments and if there are areas in this article that I can improve.
Today's post will be a photo I have taken in April 2016. I have actually taken some shots over the weekend for this article, but I think I will hold them back for a way overdue shot I have taken in Mellon Park, Pittsburgh during winter. This photo was taken together with my earlier post "Sunset Silhouette at Mellon Park". Check this post too. The shot is very nice. I like the photo in today's article because of the beautiful metal gate and the surrounding settings.
This shot of Pittsburgh was taken from Heinz Field Park using my iPhone 6. Indeed the weather plays a crucial part to light up the scene, but I feel that the quality of the photograph is not bad. What are your thoughts and do you have any good or not so good experience shooting with your mobile phones?
Pittsburgh is getting pretty wild! I saw a giraffe and a lion among the general public. Where am I in Pittsburgh?
This is Google at Bakery Square.