New ‘photography’ guidelines issued for pilgrims at Two Holy Mosques

A representational image showing pilgrims holding their phones up to capture the sight of Holy Kaaba. — Twitter/@HajMinistry

The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah has issued a new set of guidelines for the pilgrims regarding photography and videography at the Two Holy Mosques — Grand Mosque in Makkah and the Prophet’s Mosque in Madina — during the pilgrimage.

Keeping the sanctity of the holy sites in view, the Saudi authorities said that some measures have been taken in the said regard.

“In the Two Holy Mosques, we take into account the sanctity of the place, so we have the etiquette of photography, and we preserve the rights of others,” a statement released on the ministry’s Twitter said.

As per the new guidlines, the pilgrims have been advised:

  • Not to take others’ pictures without their consent
  • Not to take anyone’s pictures while they are praying
  • Not to disturb anyone during worship

Earlier, the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah had announced that the pilgrims will be permitted to perform Umrah only once during Ramadan and would not be allowed to repeat the ritual.

The move aims to give an opportunity to all pilgrims who want to perform Umrah during the holy month and can perform the rituals with ease and comfort.

The ministry stressed the need for pilgrims to get a permit from the Nusuk app to perform Umrah, in addition to the importance of their commitment to the specified time.

There is no feature to amend the Umrah date, but pilgrims can delete their appointment via the Nusuk app, before entering the permitted time and then they can issue a new permit, Saudi Gazette reported.

The ministry confirmed that the appointments are updated periodically, noting that if the pilgrims do not find a date for reservation, then they can search for another date at a later time.

The SJCAM C300 is a Pocket Powerhouse for Action Enthusiasts

In a market saturated with action cameras, SJCAM has recently unveiled its latest offering: the C300. Designed to cater to photographers and videographers seeking a compact, yet feature-packed device, this new camera aims to provide a balance between performance and affordability.

The SJCAM C300 is built around a 12 MP Sony IMX377 sensor, capable of capturing 4K video at 60 frames per second (fps) and 1080p at 120 fps. With these impressive specs, the C300 is expected to deliver high-quality videos and stills for enthusiasts and professionals alike. The camera also boasts electronic image stabilization (EIS), ensuring smooth footage even when capturing fast-paced action.

One of the most noteworthy features of the C300 is its modular design, which allows users to customize the camera to suit their specific needs. The camera comes with three modules: a battery grip, an external microphone, and a 1.2-inch OLED display. The modules can be attached or detached with ease, providing users with the flexibility to configure the camera as they see fit.

The battery grip module not only serves as an ergonomic handle but also extends the camera’s battery life, ensuring longer shooting sessions without the need to recharge. The external microphone module promises improved audio quality, which is particularly useful for vloggers or those who want to capture clear audio along with their footage. Finally, the OLED display module provides a compact, yet high-resolution screen for framing shots and reviewing captured content.

Connectivity is another area where the C300 shines. With built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities, the camera can be controlled remotely through a dedicated app, available for both iOS and Android devices. The app enables users to adjust settings, view live previews, and transfer files directly to their smartphones.

In terms of durability, the SJCAM C300 has an IPX8 rating, which means it is waterproof up to a depth of 5 meters (16.4 feet) without the need for an additional housing. This feature will likely appeal to outdoor enthusiasts who want to capture their underwater adventures without the added bulk of a separate waterproof case.

The C300 comes equipped with a USB-C port for charging and data transfer, and it supports microSD cards with a capacity of up to 128 GB. The camera also offers various shooting modes, including time-lapse, burst, and slow-motion, giving users the creative freedom to explore different techniques and styles.

Priced competitively, the SJCAM C300 is set to be an attractive option for those looking for a compact action camera with a range of useful features. While it may not dethrone the current market leaders, the C300 offers enough versatility and performance to carve out its own niche in the action camera market.

As the SJCAM C300 makes its way into the hands of photographers and videographers, it will be interesting to see how this new entrant performs in real-world scenarios. With its combination of a modular design, powerful sensor, and user-friendly features, the C300 could prove to be a popular choice for a wide range of users.

20 Endearing Photos Of Cats And Babies Showing The Purest Form Of Love

Cats and babies are both known for their adorable and innocent qualities and when you combine them, the results are simply heartwarming. There’s something about the bond between cats and babies that is truly magical and special, and these 20 photos capture the purest form of love between these furry and human beings.

These 20 endearing photos of cats and babies show the purest form of love between two innocent beings. Whether it’s through play, cuddles, or simply being there for each other, cats and babies have a special bond that is truly heartwarming. It’s a reminder of the simple joys in life and the importance of love and companionship.

Here in this gallery, you can find 20 best photos of cats and babies with beautiful love. All photos are linked and lead to the sources from which they were taken. Please feel free to explore further works of these photographers on their collections or their personal sites.

#1 They Found Her

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#2 Our Cat Had Kittens Days After We Had Our Baby. The Kitten Climbs Into The Lounger With A Baby Whenever He Has The Chance. These Two Were Destined To Be Best Buds

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#3 Professional Babysitter

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#4 Baby, His Cat And A Squirrel

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#5 My Sister Recently Had Her First Baby. I Took This Picture When She Introduced Him To Her Cat

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#6 Nanny Sleeps When The Baby Sleeps

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#7 My Son Has Loved My Cat Since The Day He Was Born. She Tolerates That Love In A Way I Never Thought Possible

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#8 My 1.5-Year-Old Son And 14-Year-Old Cat Had A Moment This Morning

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#9 Best Friends

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#10 My Twin Cats Meeting Their New Baby Brother

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#11 I Have The Cutest Babysitter

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#12 I Think They’re Gonna Be Friends

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#13 Watching The Scenery Together

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#14 Apparently, A Cat Is Also Suitable As A ‘Babysitter’

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#15 Why Does My Cat, Whom I’ve Had For 10 Years, Lick My Baby? He Doesn’t Lick My Older 2 Kids (4 And 6), But I Can’t Get Him To Stop Licking My Baby

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#16 Cat Who Hates And Attacks/Runs From Everybody But Owner Now Madly In Love With Two-Week-Old “Sister”. Keeps A Watchful Eye Out When Anybody Holds The Baby

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#17 My Baby Is My Cat’s Most Favorite Human

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#18 My Wife Just Sent Me This Picture Of Our Daughter And Cat. I’m Crying At Work

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#19 My Wife Is 30 Weeks Pregnant, And This Is How Her Cat Cuddles With Her

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#20 This Cat And The Child

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Sony World Photography Awards 2023 winners revealed

Shortlisted entry for the lifestyle category (Kathryn Mussallem)

Among the images was a moving shot of a horse and cowgirl barrel racing and an incredible winter landscape photograph of mountains in Greece.

Professional and amateur photographers from more than 200 countries and territories submitted to the open competition, presenting some of the best photography from around the world.

Winners were presented with an over £4,000 cash prize, and a chance for their work to be presented in the award’s exhibition.

The Independent’s picture editors have selected some of our favourites along with the winners in the 10 categories including portraiture, street photography and architecture.

Winner of the lifestyle category (Azim Khan Ronnie)

Azim Khan Ronnie’s photograph titled Childhood shows children weaving in and out of scores of giant cones (topas) at a Bangladeshi rice processing plant as they play with a cart used by workers to carry and dry rice. Reacting to his win, Ronnie said: “Really, I am very excited and happy to read this email that my photo wins a category. After five years of continuous participation, I finally heard this wonderful news. It will be a big achievement and milestone in my photography journey.”

Winner of the motion category (Zhenhuan Zhou)

Zhenhuan Zhou’s action-packed shot Slam on the Brakes wowed the judges. Remembering the story behind the photograph, Zhou says: “Barrel racing is a competition where cowgirls ride quickly around barrels; the one that does this in the shortest time wins. Every time a horse reaches a barrel it needs to brake sharply, turn around the barrel and then race to the next one. The whole race is exciting, especially at the turns.”

Winner of the natural world and wildlife category (Dinorah Graue Obscura)

Dinorah Graue Obscura called this winning image Mighty Pair. The black-and-white portrait taken during a trip in South Texas, features two crested caracara birds standing still and looking out beyond the camera in the same direction, as if posing for the photographer.

Winner of the object category (Mieke Douglas)

Mieke Douglas’ photograph Recycled won the object category award. The image is a creative rendition of flowers made from paper and ribbons. Sharing her excitement about the results, Mieke says: “It’s a dream come true to be successful in this competition and in such great company too. Huge thanks to the World Photography Organisation and the judge. I am honoured!”

Winner of the portraiture category (Sukhy Hullait)

The winner of the portraiture category was Sukhy Hullait with an image of skateboarder Charlie. Sharing the subject’s story, the UK-based photographer says: “During the Covid-19 pandemic a lot of people found they had time on their hands. With most skateparks closed, Charlie – and many others – helped turn an abandoned pub car park, which had laid derelict for eight years, into a DIY skate park.”

Winner of the street photography category (Andreas Mikonauschke)

Andreas Mikonauschke is the street photography category winner for Exhausted. Giving us context to this striking image, Mikonauschke explained: “In Andalusia, the traditional Easter processions are a fascinating event to watch. The different brotherhoods (Hermandades) with their uniformed brothers (cofrades) are an everyday sight during the holy week, Semana Santa.”

“Central elements of the processions are the heavy wooden frames (pasos) showing biblical scenes with one or more statues. These are carried through the streets by volunteer paso carriers underneath – usually one only sees their feet, but sometimes during the rare breaks one gets an impression of the tough job they have.”

Winner of the travel category (Max Vere-Hodge)

Ghosts, by Max Vere-Hodge won in the category of travel. The photographer explains: “The Mundari tribe of South Sudan appear like apparitions among the nightly fires they light to keep the tsetse flies and mosquitoes off their beloved Ankole-Watusi cows. Each night, as the cattle return from grazing, the herders tend to them by massaging ash into their skin to prevent bites.”

Winner of the architecture category (Mark Benham)

This striking image by Mark Benham calledThe Silos swiped the architecture prize. Speaking about the image Mark says: “Taken from afar, this photograph of silos and associated buildings at the Port of Brest, France, appears to be a montage composite rather than the group of buildings that it actually is. To enhance this idea I changed the sky to a simple colour vignette that complimented the colours in the composition.”

Boris Eldagsen won the creative category with Pseudomnesia | The Electricia (Boris Eldagsen)

Winner of the landscape category (Giorgos Rousopoulos)

Giorgos Rousopoulous’ image of a Greek mountain won the landscape category. Thinking back to the moments before he captured the photograph, Rousopoulous says: “I had to stop and gaze at this stunning view during a hike in Pindus National Park, Greece. The peak in the distance is Mount Tymfi, which stands at a height of 2,497 metres.”

Shortlisted entry for the motion category (Andres Moreno)

Shortlisted entry for the street photography category (Takahiro Toh)

Shortlisted entry for the lifestyle category (Ruth Chamberlain)

Shortlisted entry for the natural world and wildlife category (Protap Shekhor Mohanto)

Shortlisted entry for the portraiture category (Mateusz Żurowski)

Shortlisted entry for the motion category (Francesco Junior Mura)

The overall winners of the photography awards will be announced on 13 April. The winners and shortlisted entries will also be shown as part of the Sony World Photography Awards exhibition at Somerset House from 14 April – 1 May 2023.

CJPOTY round 2 winners – Camera Jabber

The theme for the second round of the Camera Jabber Photographer of the Year (CJPOTY) competition was ‘Close-up’ and it’s taken us a long time to make the final selection because there were so many amazing images! So we’re sorry to keep you all waiting, but it was for the best of reasons.

However, the debating now finished and we can reveal that the following images will go onto our shortlist to be judged by our illustrious panel of judges at the end of the year.

One of these ten shortlisted images has also been selected as the round winner with the photographer being awarded a voucher from MPB worth £500 – scroll down to find out who.

CJPOTY February 2023 Close-up shortlisted images

Chris Hall

We saw a lot of close-up images of subjects from the natural world, so Chris Hall’s image stood out. We like the use of colour and reflection to add interest to an everyday object. The coloured lights also help emphasise the shape of the bulb.

Christine Holt

Christine managed to get very close to these mushrooms yet has rendered them perfectly sharp with a beautifully blurred background. We love how this isolates her subject and there’s a fabulous amount of detail visible, including the delicate spider webs.

Lee Frost

This fuzzy little creature is a Phidippus Adumbratus, a type of jumping spider. Lee’s decision to shoot it surrounded by yellow means the background tones nicely with its lighter hairs while the black markings pop. The low shooting angle adds some drama and makes the tiny animal seem huge.

Marketa Zvelebil

Marketa has done a great job of capturing this wasp as it steps into a small pool of water for a drink. The sunlight brings out the details of its hairs and injects a bit of sparkle.

Melanie Sharp

The intense red of the eye of this Victoria Crested Pigeon against the blue-grey of its plumage really caught our attention. Melanie’s focusing and choice of aperture is perfect as it delivers plenty of detail in the eye, beak and face while the crest and background are nicely blurred.

Molly Hollman

Molly managed to have two images shortlisted in this round and although they both feature flowers, they are quite different. In this image, the orange insect in the foreground stands out boldly from the purple-blue flowers in the background. It must’ve taken some quick work to get the insect sharp and so perfectly exposed.

This Nigella flower takes centre stage in Molly’s second shortlisted image. It’s a perfectly execute flower portrait with a wonderfully well-selected background.

Philippa Huber

Philippa’s image is of one of the more unusual subjects that we saw in this round and it made us stop and look. It might look like a wisened animal, or perhaps a lizard, but it’s the foot of a signet – a young swan. It’s a well-spotted detail that many would miss, but we think it makes a great photograph.

Ryan Dale

Ryan used focus stacking to capture this incredible close, detail-rich image. Focus stacking is a time-consuming process of capturing several images with different focus depths and then combining them on a computer to create an image with more depth of field than any individual image. Helpfully, some cameras have focusing stacking built-in, but it takes skill to get a result like this which reveals details that can’t be seen with the naked eye.

Sara Jazbar

This is another image that stopped us in our tracks. Sara’s focus is absolutely perfect and you can see every detail of the wings of the three butterflies. If we didn’t know better, we’d say they were deliberately posing for the shot.

CJPOTY February 2023 winner: Melanie Sharp

Congratulations Melanie, a voucher to the value of £500 from MPB is heading your way!

Melanie’s image joins the other 9 images that have been selected this month and goes onto our shortlist for judging by our panel of VIP judges at the end of the year for the overall prize.

CJPOTY March: Spring

Spring is a fickle season with false starts proceeding chilly spells that remind us that winter isn’t quite over. But with snowdrops, daffodils and crocuses all putting in an appearance in the UK, spring is on our minds. This month we want to see photographs of whatever spring means to you, be that colourful flowers, sharp showers, leaping lambs or bobbing blossom – but the shots can be taken at any time.

This round of our monthly competition is open for submissions until 23:59 GMT (00:59 CET and 15:59 PST) on 31st March 2023.

To submit your entry follow the link to cjpoty or click on the CJPOTY button at the top of any of our website pages. You can submit up to three entries for £2.00 plus payment processing costs (£0.26). Images should be Jpegs at least 1920 pixels along their longest side but no larger than 2MB.

Camera Jabber Photographer of the Year prizes

At the end of the month, the Camera Jabber team will pick one winning image and nine runners up from the March entries. The photographer of the winning image will receive a voucher from to the value of £500 which can be spent on anything from a huge range of kit from the World’s biggest platform for used photographic gear.

All 10 of the selected images will go into our shortlist for the year.

We’ll do this each month in 2023 so that by the end of the year, there will be 120 shortlisted images. These will then go before our fantastic panel of judges who will decide the 1st, 2nd and 3rd-placed images.

The photographer of the first-placed image overall, as decided by the panel of judges , will receive a voucher to the value of £1000 from as well as a trophy and the title ‘Camera Jabber Photographer of the Year 2023‘. The photographers who come second and third will receive vouchers worth £500 and £250 respectively.

About MPB

Founded by Matt Barker in 2011, MPB is the world’s largest platform for used photography and videography kit. MPB has transformed the way people buy, sell and trade equipment, making photography more accessible, affordable and sustainable.

Headquartered in the creative communities of Brighton, Brooklyn and Berlin, the MPB team includes trained camera experts and seasoned photographers and videographers who bring their passion to work every day to deliver outstanding service. Every piece of kit is inspected carefully by product specialists and comes with a six-month warranty to give customers peace of mind that buying used doesn’t mean sacrificing reliability.

Photographer Anne Geier Stunningly Captured The Photos Of Iceland’s Canine Residents

Hey, I am Anne, a professional dog photographer from Austria. I live in a really beautiful region called Salzkammergut with many lakes and mountains. I have always been really close to nature and animals. Therefore, my goal since I started with dog photography was to capture the beauty of nature combined with dogs. In the last few years, I traveled a lot with my own two rescued dogs, called Yuri and Finn, to take photos of them in other beautiful countries like Norway, Italy, Switzerland and so on. If you are curious about our adventures you will find more about them in my previous post.

I visited so many breathtaking places with Yuri and Finn but still, there was one big dream: TO TAKE PHOTOS OF DOGS IN ICELAND. Sadly with my own dogs, it’s not possible due to quarantine restrictions. So I searched for dog models and found the best dog owners and dogs who made such a huge effort to help me. Therefore, I dedicated this post to the amazing dog owners and their fantastic dogs who made it possible to make my dream come true. Thank you a thousand times for everything.

One last thing I want to mention: the dogs were safe. Sometimes photos may look a bit dangerous because of the chosen perspective and so on – but safety for the dog is always first. I think I took thousands of photos – but here are my favorite moments for you. Enjoy fairytale Iceland with the magic of our furry companions. I am really curious, what’s your favorite photo?

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#1 Magical Mood At Vestrahorn With Kjolle

#2 Somewhere Over The Rainbow – Beautiful Húgó

#3 Little Ice Bear Húgó At Diamond Beach

#4 Freyja In The Endless Dreamy Mossy Fields

#5 Burning Sky At Dyrhólaey

#6 The Best Artist Is Nature Itself

#7 Blue Hours At The Black Beach

#8 Ice Cave Near Katla

#9 Impressive Skógafoss

#10 Sundown At Reynisfjara With Ynia

#11 Húgó In Front Of Seljalandsfoss

#12 Nora At Blue Lagoon

#13 Hidden Waterfall At Þakgil

#14 Close To Katla

#15 The Last Sunray – Ynia

#16 Sansa At Jökulsárlón

#17 A Place Full Of Magic – Jökulsárlón

#18 Eva On The Ice Blocks

#19 Little Lion King – Mr. Fayro In Front Of Kvernufoss

#20 The Sun Always Shines After The Storm

#21 Black Columns And Lotta

#22 Kíra And Húgó

#23 Big Waves At The Black Beach

#24 Morning Dust At Blue Lagoon

#25 Red Stones Of Rauðhólar

#26 Sunrise At Reynisfjara

#27 Action With Rökkvi At The Black Beach

#28 Misty Mood At The Blue Lagoon

#29 Myrkvi At Fairytale Gljúfrabúi

#30 Camouflage – Sólheimajökull

#31 A Field Of Ice

#32 Blue Sky Above Iceland

#33 Húgó At Skógafoss

#34 Volcano Meets Ice And Einstök

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Norton Museum names new curator of photography

Lauren Richman is the Norton Museum’s new William and Sarah Ross Soter curator of photography.

The Norton Museum of Art has named Lauren Richman as the new William and Sarah Ross Soter curator of photography.

Richman, who is assistant curator of photography at the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University in Bloomington, will be responsible for overseeing the museum’s Department of Photography, including the organization of temporary exhibition programming as well as the ongoing management, research, and expansion of the permanent collection through new acquisitions, the Norton said in a release.

She also will lead the West Palm Beach museum’s photography committee, whose members provide support for the museum’s efforts to build and maintain a world-class photography collection, as well as a full slate of related programs and activities, the Norton said.

Richman will join the Norton on April 10.

Related coverage:Norton Museum names new curator for contemporary art

“We are thrilled to welcome Lauren Richman to the Norton and look forward to her shaping and expanding our Department of Photography, a key component of the museum’s permanent collection,” Ghislain d’Humières, the Kenneth C. Griffin Director and CEO of the Norton Museum of Art said in a prepared statement.

“She brings to the Norton an expansive knowledge of the medium and a curatorial commitment to showcasing diverse artists and promoting progressive collecting practices,” he said.

Richman specializes in the histories of photography and film, as well as modern and contemporary art. She previously held curatorial and research roles at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, and the Art Institute of Chicago, the Norton said.

Read more:Norton Museum gets $750,000 in federal funding for structural, safety improvements

She earned her doctorate and master’s degrees in art history from Southern Methodist University, and has a bachelor’s in art history from Vanderbilt University.

“I am delighted to be joining the Norton, an institution that consistently produces innovative and accessible art programming, and whose significant and growing photography holdings overlap with my own past and present areas of expertise,” Richman said in a prepared statement.

“I am particularly excited to further the Norton’s ongoing work to foster a sense of community through its exhibitions and programming and look forward to spotlighting the vibrancy and rich diversity of the Museum’s photography collection,” she said.

The Norton’s curator of photography position was endowed by a gift from William and Sarah Ross Soter in 2000.

This article originally appeared on Palm Beach Daily News: Norton Museum names new curator of photography

How flash photography put a spotlight on New York’s rampant poverty in the late 1800s, catalyzing the demolition of the city’s biggest slums

  • Danish photographer Jacob Riis captured the inhumane conditions of New York’s slums in his book, “How the Other Half Lives.”
  • He documented the poverty previously hidden in darkness using a magnesium powder to produce a flash.
  • His work led to changes in the city and prompted then-Police Commissioner Theodore Roosevelt into action.

In the 19th century, New York City was filled with more than 1 million immigrants living in poverty.

Despite the vast number, they were easy to ignore because they lived in windowless tenements and the underbelly committed crimes down dark alleys.

But the world caught on when Jacob August Riis, a Danish journalist and photographer, started documenting poverty using a recently invented flash magnesium powder. He later released a photojournalism book, “How the Other Half Lives: Studies among the Tenements of New York.” The book raised awareness about poverty in New York and prompted officials to take action.

Here are some of the photos that changed New York City — and America — forever.

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Jackery Solar Generator 1500 Pro an ideal Off-Grid Photography and Video solution

As a photographer or videographer, you know that the world of photography and videography is constantly evolving. With the recent launch of the Jackery Solar Generator 1500 Pro in the UK, off-grid power solutions have taken a giant leap forward. This highly efficient, sustainable power pack is set to revolutionize the way you work in remote locations, providing clean, reliable energy for all your equipment needs.

The Jackery Solar Generator 1500 Pro combines the Power station Explorer 1500 Pro, which boasts a 1512 kWh capacity, with the foldable SolarSaga 200W solar panel. This powerful duo ensures that you can rely on a steady supply of clean energy while working in the great outdoors.

You often find yourself in remote locations, far from traditional power sources, to capture that perfect shot or scene. In these situations, having a reliable and eco-friendly power solution becomes crucial. The Jackery Solar Generator 1500 Pro offers just that, providing a portable energy source for your cameras, lights, laptops, and other essential equipment.

One of the standout features of the 1500 Pro is its ultra-charging system, which enables fast charging in just two hours with 230 volts from a socket. Alternatively, you can harness the power of the sun by connecting six Jackery SolarSaga 200W solar modules for equally quick charging. Once fully charged, the lithium-ion battery provides a continuous output power of 1,800 watts, ensuring that you have ample power for your shoots.

The SolarSaga 200W solar module is weatherproof (IP 67) and offers a high efficiency of 25%, generating up to 50% more electricity than conventional models, even in poor light conditions. This is particularly beneficial for you as a photographer or filmmaker working in unpredictable weather or challenging light situations. The integrated MPPT solar controller (Maximum Power Point Tracking) further enhances the solar yield, making the most of available sunlight.

Safety is a top priority for the Jackery Solar Generator 1500 Pro, with features such as shockproof and fire-resistant construction according to UL 94V-0. It can operate in temperatures ranging from -20°C to 40°C, ensuring that you can work in various environments without worrying about power supply issues. The intelligent battery management system (BMS) offers 12 protective functions, covering scenarios such as overcurrent, short circuit, deep discharge, overload, overvoltage, and overheating.

Weighing in at just 17 kilograms and sporting a compact design (38.4 x 26.9 x 30.75 cm), the Jackery 1500 Pro is easy to transport, making it an ideal choice for you as a photographer or filmmaker on the go. With seven ports offering 1800 watts nominal or 3600 watts peak power, the 1500 Pro can accommodate a wide range of devices, from smartphones to professional lighting equipment.

Available for £1,499.00 for the Explorer 1500 Pro and £2,099.00 for the 1500 Pro + Solar generator, this innovative power solution comes with a five-year guarantee, ensuring that you can focus on your craft without worrying about power supply issues.

In summary, the Jackery Solar Generator 1500 Pro is set to become an indispensable tool for you as a photographer or filmmaker seeking a reliable, eco-friendly power solution for off-grid shoots. Its impressive charging capabilities, combined with its portability and durability, make it an ideal choice for professionals like you who require clean, efficient energy on location.

I’m checking out the Jackery Solar Generator 1500 Pro at the moment and will bring you the full review soon. For now you can check out more on the Jackery Solar Generator 1500 Pro at the Jackery website

20 Heartwarming Moments Of Puppies Experiencing The World For The First Time

Puppies are undoubtedly one of the cutest and most adorable creatures on the planet. Their innocent and curious nature makes them a joy to watch, especially when they are experiencing the world for the first time. From taking their first steps to exploring new surroundings, every moment of a puppy’s life is full of wonder and excitement.

In this article, we have compiled a list of 20 heartwarming moments of puppies experiencing the world for the first time that will make your day. So, grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and get ready to be filled with warmth and happiness.

Here in this gallery, you can find 30 puppies experiencing the world for the first time. All photos are linked and lead to the sources from which they were taken. Please feel free to explore further works of these photographers on their collections or their personal sites.

#1 First car trip. Pure ecstasy

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#2 First time hiking and he’s already over it

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#3 A puppy’s first shaming

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#4 I’m not ready for this responsibility

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#5 It took him less than one walk to learn he HATES WALKS

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#6 That moment when you realize that weird dude is your reflection

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#7 That moment when you realize that weird dude is your reflection

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#8 First game of tug. Not quite getting it yet

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#9 No, you go first

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#10 Sink or swim, dude

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#11 You know what they say — you have to crawl before you can walk

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#12 TBH, this is more gymnastics than we can do

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#13 First time squirrel hunting. Not quite there yet

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#14 “You’re doing it!” “Really? Because it feels like you’re doing most of the work.”

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#15 First day on the job as a sheep herder. CRUSHING IT.

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#16 First snow day. Also first love.

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#17 First bath. Strategy is to drink his way out

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#18 The first time you try to take the kids out with you for errands and realize nothing is worth it.

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#19 First love, grossing everyone else out with your love

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#20 That moment when you realize that weird dude is your reflection

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