A shot is as great as its lighting. Find a setting with multiple light sources—a bright light near the camera; a filling, ambient light that softens shadows; and a back light behind the subject that adds depth. Windows on sunny days often act as perfect on-the-go key and fill lights. Just turn on a lamp behind your subject for depth.
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If you’re able to easily access your network in a crowd of thousands, there might be a DAS at work.
If you’re able to easily access your network in a crowd of thousands, there might be a DAS at work. AT&T, partnering with the stadium's management company SMG, outfitted the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans with one—a network of 1,000 antenna nodes that that split a signal among several smaller antennas. This neutral host DAS could be accessed by any phone company. The technology provides the same coverage and reliability over an area that a single cell tower might cover. A DAS can be used instead of the antenna arrays you see on towers or on top of buildings with a smaller footprint. They are useful for regions with difficult landscapes (like Palo Alto’s hills and trees) or even large venues like the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Spots like those were among the 200 distributed antenna systems AT&T installed in 2011 as part of more than 150,000 network improvements it made that year.
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You are 23 times more likely to crash if you are texting and driving.1 That's why this summer, the nation’s wireless leaders are joining AT&T in its fight against it through the It Can Wait campaign.