BrewZone is continuing to grow steadily. We are seeing lots of reader interest in photography, especially related to panoramas, and our recent article about DIY Robotic Pano Heads has been a big hit. New Zealand travel is also quite popular, so … Continue reading →
Nelson New Zealand is a hugely popular summer family destination for New Zealanders, and it also has lots of appeal for international visitors. We share our version of the perfect weekend visit for your first trip, drawn from our local experience and our guests’ reactions.Continue reading →
There is a DIY alternative to the increasingly popular Gigapan unit, with wireless control, and SLR capabilities. Here is how to make yourself one.Continue reading →
New Zealand might not have particularly exotic wild mammals, but we do have wild penguins breeding on our shores. On our driving tour of the South Island, we saw dozens of wild penguins up close and for free. You can view wild penguins without going to Antarctica using a host of resources that highlight New Zealand penguins.Continue reading →
We provided an overview of products for manually geotagging and geocoding your photos using online maps, focusing on Geosetter software. Geotagging, or geocoding involves the linking of photos to the place they were taken through latitude, longitude and altitude.
Photos can then be displayed on a map, and become searchable by precise location. It is a great idea for travel shots, but not an easy task for those of us without a GPS.