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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 4 - 2019
Selfie Stick

Selfie Stick

Selfie stick is a photography instrument that becomes so popular these days among people. This stick is used when we want to take a selfie photo in order to get the best angle without asking anyone’s help. At the very beginning, this stick is popular more in Asian countries, but lately it gets its’ share of popularity in European countries and even America though there are some controversies on the use of this stick. Some countries like England ban the use of it.

In England, selfie stick is prohibited when you enter a museum because it may cause damage on some collections in it. Amidst the popularity and controversy of the selfie stick, shocking news is coming from famous camera brand company from Japan, Nikon. Nikon just releases their new product. This time, it is not a DSLR camera or new lens, but a selfie stick. Read the rest of this entry »

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