A Guide To Drone Repair

The feeling of losing control or sight of your drone is similar to the feeling of tube doors closing with you inside the carriage and your bag half-outside. You panic. The heart palpitations set it. You start weighing up the likelihood that the carriage doors have just sliced your laptop in half. F**k. Finally, you

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5 Of London’s Best: Days Out

London Southbank The picturesque Southbank is one of the capital’s cultural centres, with Shakespeare’s Globe, the British Film Institute, and the National Theatre linings its banks. Whilst there, you’ll encounter street performers, market stalls, skateboarders, and enjoy fantastic views across the Thames. Why not finish off your day with a trip to the Tate Modern?

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5 Of London’s Best: Parks

1. Richmond Park Best for: Cycling, Deer. Richmond Park is home to 630 red and fallow deer and was the notorious location of that Fenton video. It’s also a cyclists’ favourite, boasting a popular 12km route circling the park’s perimeter. 2. Crystal Palace Park Best for: Families, Dinosaurs (no, really). Crystal Palace Park is most

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Meet The ‘Model’ Photographer

If I ask you to picture a car advert, the likelihood is that you’ll be picturing a sleek, shiny car winding through beautiful countryside or coastal scenery. In reality, as anyone who has ever tried to photograph on location will know, it’s tricky, often expensive, and subject to interruptions from all angles: weather, passersby, animals

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5 Of London’s Best: Rooftop Bars

Few things are more enticing to Londoners than an afternoon spent drinking in the pub. One such thing, however, is an afternoon spent drinking on a rooftop. In advance of the Bank Holiday weekend, we’re recommending our 5 favourite spots. 1. Southbank Centre Roof Garden Where? Southbank (SE1 8XX) Why? This roof garden boasts over

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Brand Ambassador

Do you want a flexible and varied job? Do you want something on your CV which really gets employers talking? Are you friendly and approachable? Do you want to work with a fast-growing tech startup? Do you want to earn up to £600/month for less than 5 hours/week? Do you want to learn what marketing’s

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The Drones Competing With DJI In 2017

Drone usage is on the rise. As the market for drones continues to grow (the industry’s expected to be worth $127bn by 2020) the pool of manufacturers grows outwards too. The DJI range has dominated the consumer drone market so far and will most likely continue to do so in the coming year. The quality

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Google Has Patented A ‘Camera Hat’

Google’s next attempt to branch out into wearables may come in the form of the ‘Google Hat’: a baseball cap with a video camera on the brim. Whilst Google filed for the patent back in 2013, it was only actually granted in February this year. The Patent According to the patent file, the hat can

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How To Avoid Camera Shake

Even the most accomplished and well-equipped photographers are prone to blurred images. When you’re tripod-less, on-the-move, tired or simply using a slow shutter speed, clarity can all too easily be compromised. Fortunately, there are a few ways you can reduce camera shake to make sure you nail the perfect shot every time. 1. Stand Perpendicular

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Taxing The Sharing Economy

More and more people are monetising their underused assets through sharing economy platforms, from spare rooms and cars to belongings. In fact, the UK sharing economy alone is set to be worth £140bn/year by 2025. The below information may be helpful for those earning an income through the sharing economy in the 2017-18 tax year.

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