EX PROJECT ZORGO CAMERA Pictures of Safe House (Explore Mystery Clues & Riddles of PZ Speech IRL)



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After Chad Wild Clay made Taking EX PROJECT ZORGO CAMERAS & Exploring Pictures of Abandoned Riddles from Announcement Speech, Vy Qwaint created EX PROJECT ZORGO MEMBER HACKS SAFE HOUSE & MYSTERY BOX (Exploring Top Secret Announcement Jan 12th), and Daniel uploaded the video HACKERS are putting CAMERAS in our HOUSE! (Using Decoder on Florida Riddles Recap), Vy Qwaint finds out that on January 12th, Project Zorgo is going to do something to their safe house, and they need to use their spy and ninja gadgets to defend themselves. The CWC crew explore to track down Project Zorgo to try and stop their plans to infiltrate the safe house. Vy successfully changes the abandoned script to Project Zorgo’s speech and convinces Project Zorgo that PZ is over forever! Unfortunately, Zorgo found out their plans and is very upset. Ex-Project Zorgo members start showing up at the safe house, exploring, taking pictures, evidence and clues with their mysterious disposable cameras. In this video, Vy Qwaint develops the pictures on the ex project zorgo member’s cameras that Chad Wild Clay and Daniel took from the hackers. She found out more information about January 12 and PZ’s mission to take down their safe house headquarters. While all of this is happening, something strange is occuring in the safe house at 3am for 24 hours. Hopefully, this doesn’t turn into a ninja battle royale in real life! Thank you for watching my PG entertainment family friendly comedy videos for kids in 2018!

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DSLR Camera Market, full explore DSLR, Camera Lenses, Shooting equipments, Kucha Choudhary Market



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Muttara Hills | kollam | Explore | Local Trip | by Gabry jhonz videography



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Landscape Photography – Arriving early to explore an unfamiliar location for compositions



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It’s early November and we are still lucky enough to have water running through the rivers in the hills of Perth, unheard of this time of year. I’m not complaining. In fact I’m doing to opposite and taking advantage of this unique event and took a trip out to Bells Rapids at the foot of the Perth hills.

After only a 40 minute drive and a short walk, I was at the bridge and could see the water running. As I wasn’t familiar with the location, I arrived early to give myself plenty of time to explore the place and discover possible compositions for landscape images. While the temperature was warm, there weren’t any clouds in the sky, so the light was harsh. I really wasn’t going to take any images until the sun had set, or had at least gone behind the hills.

The warm weather meant I was accompanied by plenty of flies. I explored both sides of the river and and eventually settled on three potential positions. With the cloudless sky providing glare off the surface of the water, I needed my polariser. My the time I started shooting, there no no need for any graduated filters. So I took the 17-35mm and set up for my first shot.

I played around with the settings, to ensure I have an exposure of 1 second or more. An exposure of this length of time mean the foam and flowing water would create patterns around the rocks, yet still provide some definition in the water.

After grabbing the first two images, it was a quick dash back over to the other side of the river to capture my final image in rapidly fading light. By the time I setup, my exposure was up to 8-10 seconds. This length exposure produced an image with softer water.

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Poet Max Wallis and photographer Ron Timehin explore London after dark | British GQ & Prada Black



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Collaborating with Prada Black, poet Max Wallis and photographer Ron Timehin discover the capital with a night-time look at London’s famous landmarks, aided by the perfect after-hours scent.
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Should Photographers Explore Iceland by Camper Van?



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Is a campervan the best way to explore Iceland for winter photography? 🇮🇸 It’s a mixed bag, here’s what you should know.

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Bioluminescence on Camera | National Geographic



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For the first time ever, the starlight camera captures sea creatures’ bioluminescent paths, and the ocean glows with light.
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[Videography] Hanoi/Hanoi (14-bit RAW) | Rocker Nguyen Cinematography



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Trong một chuyến du ngoạn qua thủ đô, tôi đã có dịp đắm mình vào tiết xuân của Hà Nội những ngày cuối đông. Một thành phố vẫn đang ngày một vươn mình để phát triển, giao thông ngoằn ngoèo và lộn xộn, những con người bon chen với bộn bề cuộc sống. Nhưng cũng thành phố ấy, từng là mảnh đất Thăng Long ngàn năm Văn Hiến, thiêng liêng và cổ kính, lãng mạn và nên thơ biết bao.

Thế nên đây là món quà của tôi, dành tặng cho tất cả các bạn. Với tất cả lòng yêu thương và mến mộ cho cái thành phố cổ kính này. Một cuộc dạo chơi ngắn ngủi đủ cho các bạn thấy nhớ nhà, thấy yêu hơn những quang cảnh hằng ngày các bạn vẫn chạy qua. Đủ để thấy gần gũi hơn, thân thuôc hơn với hai từ Hà Nội.

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How to travel as a Filmmaker or Photographer



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I’ve gotten loads of questions about How I travel and How I travel as a filmmaker and photographer.. I decided to make a film about it and show you guys.

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Overnight on the Prom – Landscape Photography Adventures



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It was that time again – time to pack the car and head off for a weekend of landscape photography. The location of choice this time was Wilsons Prom, in the Gippsland region of Victoria. It’s an awesome stretch of coastline with pristine beaches and rocky ocean outcrops all rolled into one – a perfect destination for some landscape photography!

I hope you enjoy the content of this video as well as the images captured.

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Pentax K1000 – Trossachs National Park Scotland – Landscape Film Photography



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Exploring the Trossachs National Park in Scotland with a Pentax K1000 Loaded with Kodak TriX.

Video shot on a Samsung Galaxy S9 and an iphone x on a smooth q gimbal.
Drone shots are the DJI Phantom 3 Advanced.
Graded using the Peter Mckinnon Lut pack

The Power of Photography to Witness | Nat Geo Live



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Photojournalist Marcus Bleasdale wants to make people angry; as angry as he is about Africa’s first world war and the surprising way in which we are funding this violence.
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Join a Wildlife Photographer on the Hunt for the Perfect Shot | Short Film Showcase



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What does it take to capture the perfect shot in the wild? For Belgian photographer Michel d’Oultremont, patience is key. Poised and ready, he often waits for days to see any action. When the animal finally emerges in his viewfinder, the intense rush of emotion in that micro-instant of life makes the process worth it.
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Landscape Photography – Dramatic Seascapes in South Harris



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Episode 7 from the Lewis and Harris series sees me spend a night wild camping on Luskentyre beach, followed by a dramatic landscape photography shoot by the roadside.

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