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NEW GADGET ALERT: The PODO

February 6, 2014 | Tagged with: WPS, Podo, Camera, Photography, NEW GADGET ALERT: The PODO

What is a PODO, you ask?  Word on the street is that this new gadget, that retails for under $40, will be released very shortly!  The Podo is a tiny camera that sticks on any wall and allows you to take pictures (did someone say #selfie?) remotely with your smartphone!

It’s easy to use the Podo: simply stick Podo on the wall and open its app on your iPhone or Android device.  Preview how you look, and snap your pictures remotely over your bluetooth connection!  You can edit, add special effects and then share your photos on your favorite social media sites!

Podo will take an 8 megapixel image and it records HD video. The case features an LED ring to indicate status and shutter timer, and an on board accelerometer will keep you shooting straight. The battery is supposed to last a full day of use (hopefully!) and the camera charges via micro-USB.

The Podo isn’t on the market just yet, but definitely keep an eye out for its release!  You can check their website at: www.mypodo.com for updates. because for under 40 bucks, this could be fun.

Upcoming Safaris

Monuments and Memorials - Full Day

Monuments and Memorials -  Full Day

Learn how to take great pictures BEFORE you go on that expensive trip! Join our standard Monuments and Memorials workshop, offered every Wednesday and Saturday, in which Paris-trained architectural photographer E. David Luria takes you to some of the most popular monuments and historic buildings in Washington.

Instructor: E. David Luria

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Monuments and Memorials

Monuments and Memorials

Learn how to take great pictures BEFORE you go on that expensive trip! Join our standard Monuments and Memorials workshop, offered every Wednesday and Saturday, in which Paris-trained architectural photographer E. David Luria takes you to some of the most popular monuments and historic buildings in Washington.

Instructor: E. David Luria

Upcoming Dates:

A House of Cards: The Icons of Capitol Hill

A House of Cards: The Icons of Capitol Hill

Deception? Intrigue?  Conspiracy?  Capitol Hill in Washington DC is where it all takes place!  It also happens to be one of the city’s best places to learn the techniques of travel and architectural photography!

Instructor: David Heckman

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F-Stops and Shutter Speeds: How To Make This Relationship Work for YOU

F-Stops and Shutter Speeds:  How To Make This Relationship Work for YOU

You will learn how YOU—not the camera—can control the final image. We conduct a special therapeutic intervention to get you OFF of the Ugly Green Automatic Thing! In short, we will make YOU the boss of your camera, not the other way around!

Instructor: E. David Luria

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Monuments at Night

Monuments at Night

Washington DC’s National Mall is the showcase of the nation’s capital, home to its most famous and historic monuments. One of the best ways to see it is through the viewfinder of your own tripod-mounted camera at twilight and at night, guided by a professional architectural photographer.

Instructor: E. David Luria

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Architectural/ Real Estate Photography

Architectural/ Real Estate Photography

Good pictures sell houses and condominiums via the web, or in brochures and publications. This workshop is designed for people wishing to photograph their own homes and for real state agents shooting listed properties.

Instructor: E. David Luria

Next Safari: Saturday, September 27, 2014