Sip of the Day – May 9, 2008

Sip of the Day: Shooting and Scene Selection Modes

Titera’s Tidbit: Camera
The word camera is Latin for “in the chamber”. It was mainly used in law, in particular in the private chambers of a judge. In the 1660’s the camera obscura was created, which was a black box with a lens that could project images of external objects. Camera obscura was shortened to camera when modern photography began in 1840 and was extended to television filming devices in 1928.

Sippets:
· Dad Died Saving His Little Girl
· ‘Free Tibet’ Flags Made in China
· Amazing: Nature Fury’s Caught on Camera
· Super Sip Site – Lifehacker’s Camera Hacks

Video of the Day: Little Kid vs. Tuba Player (Rated: PG)

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