Kelly Ripa has admitted she should probably "find another career" as she doesn't like being on screen - despite being on TV for two decades.
A manhunt is continuing into Memorial Day for three masked suspects who opened fire early Sunday morning outside a Miami banquet hall.
An actual giant panda fulfilling its bamboo craving in the Fengtonzhai National Nature Reserve. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story.
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This story was initially posted on Dec. 7, 2019
From Columbia to Greenville, security cameras are becoming the norm in cities across the state.
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The vast majority of photos are taken by people standing up straight, holding a camera at eye level and shooting a horizontal image. By varying the height of your camera - whether by crouching, lying down, climbing a ladder or holding the camera high - you give viewers a new way to see an otherwise familiar scene.
Automatic settings are getting smarter, and all cameras are getting better in low light. But if you're shooting a small, bright subject against a dark background (or something dark against a bright background), you may get a better result by shooting in manual mode, checking results and rejiggering accordingly. On most smartphones, you can tweak exposure by touching the screen and moving your finger up (lighter) or down (darker).