“Full frame” and “crop” both refer to a camera’s sensor size. It’s really important to understand if the camera you’re looking at is a crop sensor or full frame. This will help you get the best photos possible, as well as pick out the best lenses.
Are you ready to travel but a bit overwhelmed at the prospect of fandom-based tourism? Whether you are just checking out a restaurant you saw in a reality show or you’re traveling to a new country with a hit list of filming locations to visit while in full costume, pop-culture travel has something for everyone. Here are eleven ideas to help jumpstart your pop-culture travel planning!
You’ve watched different movies and television shows, but swear you recognize their filming location and really want to visit it in person because you are such a huge fan. If you love the idea of traveling to locations featured in popular literature, film, and television, you likely have pop-culture travel on the brain.
I’ve had different health challenges for as long as I can remember. When I got into college and really had to manage my own health care, things took a turn for the worse. That would be the start of what would turn out to be a very long journey trying to find a medical professional who would listen to me, my symptoms and take it all seriously. 7 years later, with a whole lot of symptoms and a compromised quality of life, I was finally properly diagnosed.
I was diagnosed with lupus after many years of being misdiagnosed (or just plum ignored). Since that diagnosis, I’ve traveled the world. It hasn’t always been easy, but I’ve found ways that make it easier for me.
Before traveling to Iceland for the first time, we were so excited to learn more about its history. Food culture is really important in my family, so we especially love delving into the food history of every place we visit. Iceland was particularly fascinating to learn about due to a combination of its geographical location, its isolation as an island, the different settlements and occupations that have occurred over the years, as well as the available (and sometimes limited) resources.