Recently I bought a GoPro Hero 4 Session. It was a no-brainer over the Hero 4 Black or Silver costing twice as much, and because I mainly use it on my head while mountain-biking so a lighter camera is always a plus. Regardless, I wanted to try it on the roof of my car. It came with an additional flat mount, and I already have it on my helmet, so I decided to use it and make a time-lapse. I’ve never really done time-lapses (don’t know why), but I’ve decided to give it a go.

Independence Day: Magnificent Fireworks Photography – PictureCorrect

Battle Zone: Photographer Recreates ‘War of the Worlds’ Using Scale Models – DIY Photography

How a Physicist Solved the Mystery of an Iconic Photo – WIRED 

In 1995 a Fuji X/Nikon hybrid camera with 1.3MP was priced at $20,000 – Nikon Rumors 

bundek 2007

Every year my hometown hosts an international fireworks festival. It usually last for a couple of days, so it’s a great opportunity to master photographing fireworks – in my opinion one of the most complicated things to capture with the camera.