So over the last few months I’ve become a very big fan of drone footage. I feel that they are one of the best things to ever happen for arial photography, especially those that could be on a budget. With all the different drones out there, I’ve decided to use the DJI Mavic Pro. This small compact drone can be folded up and thrown in a book bag, and has some incredible specs. Here’s some footage that I captured on Sunday at Paul Brown Tiger Stadium. Feel free to drop a like and subscribe to my channel! Thanks!
So it’s been quite a while since I’ve posted on here, and my has it been busy. I have been learning a lot about filming video, editing, and more editing. One thing I have learned along the way, is that to take your time and edit as you go along. I’ve been so caught up in shooting so much footage, that I’ve had zero time to edit.
I have about 4-6 videos that need to be completed, but I’ve simply haven’t had any time. We just got back from our family vacation to Myrtle Beach, and my plan all along was to make a daily vlog and post it the following morning. I had a great routine down, but then a few things happened. Fist thing was on Day 2 I was transferring my content from my SD card to my MacBook Pro, and for some reason it corrupted the files on my SD card. That gave me a big set back. the next one was getting a really bad cold and being sick for about 3 days to where I had no energy to even pick up a camera or open my laptop.
With all that said and done, I was able to create a video that highlighted some great things that we did during the week. I’m still going to look back at the footage and see if there’s anything I can pull to make a vlog, so we shall see! In the meantime, enjoy this video and keep a look out for my upcoming ones!
On March 3rd at 12:00am, I picked up my Nintendo Switch from my local Best Buy, and here is my unboxing video. I will have my review up soon! Stay tuned and enjoy!
Back in September 2016 GoPro decided to launch a revamp GoPro Hero. It’s been a few years since their most popular camera (Hero 4) has been updated. This time GoPro released only a “Black” Version of the new model, Go Pro Hero 5 Black and the Hero 5 Black Session. I’ll post a review once I get some hands on time with it.
Less than 24 hours after Verizon announced the shocking news (and going back on their words) that they were releasing an Unlimited data plan, T-Mobile has fired back. That didn’t take long at all. Some may argue price between the carriers, but let’s be honest. Say you’re driving on a road trip in the middle of the nowhere and your car breaks down, what’s the first thing you’re going to do (besides trying to update your status/tweet/selfie)? Hopefully some of you were right, make a phone call for help. Most likely, Verizon is going to be your go-to when it comes to cell coverage. For those that are saying “T-Mobile and other carriers are cheaper!”. Yes… yes they are.. However, when it comes to shopping for a cellular carrier, you simply will get what you pay for.. Plain and simple..
Regardless of who you choose to go with, here are the details on T-Mobiles new Unlimited Plan. What’s everyone’s thoughts?
Lets Party Like It’s 2011…..
Yes, 2011 was when Verizon Wireless decided to move to tiered data plans. Anyone that was still on an unlimited data plan was “grandfathered” into it. A few years later, they started to charge those with unlimited data $20 more. A downfall that users had also was that they were required to buy their phones at full retail price (up front) if they wanted to keep it. Once the “Edge” name turned into “Device Payments”, Verizon actually let these users put full retail cost for a phone on device payments.
So now it’s 2017. Some big things are happening. After multiple high ups said Verizon was never going to bring unlimited data back…they did. I mean who really sticks to their words anyways? I mean, President Trump said he was going to build a wall… Sorry, I had to add a political joke in there. All jokes aside. Verizon will be announcing on 2.13.17 the full details behind their new unlimited data roll out. I was lucky enough to get some additional details and pricing for what will be happening. Are you going to be switching to the new unlimited data plans? See below for details..
So after digging into this more. I have found out that if you have an employee discount through your employer, that this will not work on this plan. For example, our current plan we have $90 plan, with a 22% discount coming off that making it $70.20. If I would switch to the new unlimited plan my bill would jump about $40. Now I understand that this unlimited plan may not be for everyone, but a jump of $40 seems a bit steep.