8mm-film-history-a-cheaper-film-format-for-the-great-depression 8mm film format was around for 33 years during the mid 20th century when many very pivotal historical events occurred before it evolved into something slightly greater. That means many standard 8mm film...read more
16mm Film: The First Amateur Film Available If you want to look back to see the first amateur film available on the market, you'll want to read about 16mm film and its history. What you might find interesting in the history of 16mm film is in how it's evolved to a...read more
Top 3 Free Phone Apps That Provide Professional Photo Editing Features The top 3 phone photo apps today might be a little subjective in a time when so many photo apps are available on our smartphones. But with free still being a very good price, you should know that...read more
VHS Video Tapes: A Format Now Relegated to Collector Value When you look at the history of VHS video tapes since the 1970s, it can be startling to see how much has been forgotten about it in the DVD era. This isn't to say that you won't find a contingent of people...read more
U-matic Video Tapes: A Missed Chance for Consumers Before Beta and VHS A look at the history of U-Matic video tapes needs to include some of the what-ifs in the history of video itself. It's true the U-Matic tape was the real progenitor of the later videocassette...read more
Betamax Video Tapes: the Format That Could Have Been Without VHS The story of Betamax video always has to be told with the adjunct of one particular group of letters: VHS. Or at least that's where the story ends and not quite where it begins. For those who weren't...read more
Photography Tips: How to Make Your Own Camera Filters Camera filters are useful for adding certain effects to photos, but these little pieces of glass and metal can be quite expensive. If you're looking to get creative with your photos but unsure about your budget,...read more
Photo Books - The Perfect Anniversary Gift: Tips To Creating A Great One We know someone who, a couple of years ago, decided to celebrate her parents’ fiftieth wedding anniversary by digitally scanning photos from across those fifty years and making a surprise...read more
MPEG vs MOV Showdown: A Comparison of Pros and Cons When you're looking to get digital movie files or ripped DVDs, it's very easy to get lost in the alphabet soup of file formats. MPEG, MOV, AVI, WMV, FLV? You might find yourself asking, What do these mean? How do I...read more
11 Best Gifts for Mom If you’re still seeking the best Christmas gift for Mom, don’t worry. After a little research, we’ve compiled the perfect gifts for Mom that she is sure to cherish. 1. Preserve Home Movies: Convert the Family VHS tapes to DVD As the years pass,...read more
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