American CEO Doug Parker made somewhat of a curious claim last week. Here is why what he said would actually HURT American Airlines if it comes to fruition.
Yay it is Sony camera announcement day! I love my a7rII so I am very excited to see how Sony improved it for the a7rIII. Click for details of the new gear!
Wow what a morning in Fort Worth! Warm sunlight shining through the skyscrapers of downtown Fort Worth cast brilliant shadows over the city. I was able to capture it in this awesome panorama shot from a drone!
I mean it’s exactly what it sounds like: an elderly passenger lobbed some coins into a jet engine for good luck | What’s crazy is it’s the SECOND time it’s happened this year!
I’ve always had a weird fascination with North Korea. I’ve never been there but it’s been on my list. There are 5-6 books about North Korea on my bookshelf, most written by people who escaped the Kim regime. There are lots of strong opinions about the ethics of traveling to North Korea but that’s not really the purpose of this article. I’m also an aerial photography enthusiast and love seeing the world from above (you hopefully remember my Dallas Altitude project). Recently, Singaporean native Aram Pan combined both of these interests. A frequent visitor to the DPRK, he received authorization to fly his ultralight aircraft over the capital city of Pyongyang. He made sure to load up camera-wise, taking with him a 360-degree camera as well as a few stills cameras. You can see the individual photos at the NK News story about the flight (some of the photos are pretty stellar for also having to fly an ultralight at the same time). The 360-degree video is worth a watch, I’ll embed it below: Again, I know this can be a contentious topic, but it fascinates me and I think it’s one of the better uses for 360-degree video I’ve seen to date.