first_img News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows WhatsApp Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ Pinterest Searches are due to resume today in Buncrana for missing woman Jean McGaghey.The 72 year old from Derry has been missing since Sunday last.Search and rescue teams are due to recommence searches this morning shortly, at 10:30am.Searches are resuming today, along the shoreline in Buncrana for Jean McGahey who was last seen in the Drumard Park area of Derry at around 4:30pm last Sunday afternoon.Multi-agency searches today will be concentrated around the Lady’s Bay area and will involve, the Lough Swilly RNLI, Greencastle Coastguard, Donegal Mountain Rescue and divers from the Sheephaven Sub Aqua Club.They will be assisted by Gardai, Civil Defence members and the Rescue 118 helicopter.Searches were carried out earlier this week after 72 year old, Ms McGaghey’s red ford fiesta was discovered near the beach in Buncrana shortly before 9 o’clock on Monday morning. By News Highland – November 24, 2018 Searches resume in Buncrana for missing woman Homepage BannerNews Community Enhancement Programme open for applicationscenter_img Twitter Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook Previous articleMain Evening News, Sport, Nuacht and Obituaries Friday November 23rdNext articleCalls in Seanad for proper funding for iCare and Bluestack Foundation News Highland Google+ Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme last_img read more

first_imgVermont Country Store,The proprietors of The Vermont Country Store, one of America’s most beloved retail experiences, will join the legendary daytime TV host Martha Stewart to talk recipes and share the success story behind their three generation family business in a special segment of The Martha Stewart Show. Lyman Orton and his three sons, Cabot, Eliot and Gardner Orton will be with Martha for an entire segment highlighted by the baking of a Vermont Country Store food favorite, the Maple Mountain Crunch Cake.The Vermont Country Store proprietors are l-r; Eliot, Lyman, Cabot and Gardner Orton. (Photo: Business Wire)‘We are truly pleased to be part of the Martha Stewart Show in addition to her magazine and website channels,’ Eliot Orton, one of the proprietors of The Vermont Country Store said. ‘She is, undoubtedly, one of the most respected lifestyle influencers in the world and millions rely on her sense of style and taste. From food to fashion, Martha is all about how to be comfortable while being practical. And in many ways, that’s exactly what The Vermont Country Store is all about as well.’The show, which is scheduled to premiere Thursday, November 17 on the Hallmark Channel, will also feature a representative selection of the unique and high-quality products that are customer favorites including Evening in Paris Perfume, Orton Cookie Buttons and 100% Pure Vermont Maple Syrup.In the interview portion, Martha will ask brothers Cabot, Eliot and Gardner Orton to share some insight into the workings behind The Vermont Country Store, and how their family was able to transform a 1946 upstart catalog business into a beloved national retail and online enterprise today.The Martha Stewart Show with the Ortons and The Vermont Country Store segment will air on Thursday, November 17th at 10am EST on The Hallmark Channel. It will be rebroadcast at 2pm EST the same day and again at 1pm EST on November 18th. It will also be available on line at www.MarthaStewart.com(link is external).About The Vermont Country Store In 1946, Vrest and Ellen Orton printed their first catalogue’just 12 pages and 36 products’and mailed it to the folks on their Christmas card list and sixty-five years later continues to be Orton family owned. As Purveyors of The Practical and Hard to Find, The Vermont Country Store operates as a multichannel merchant through its mailed catalogs, e-commerce web site and two retail stores in Weston and Rockingham, Vermont. For more information, www.VermontCountryStore.com(link is external).MANCHESTER CENTER, Vt.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–last_img read more

first_imgThe map is printed on recycled paper, in Croatian and English, and contains six suggested routes, with altitude profiles, weight, length, altitude difference and textual description. You can download Gpx or kml records of walking routes here. Related news: Due to the growing number of inquiries from foreign tourists about Samobor hiking trails, the Tourist Board of Samobor, in cooperation with HPD Japetić, PK Scout and Samobor HGSS, has created a tourist map with six simpler hiking routes.  THE INITIATIVE HAS BEEN INITIATED TO CONNECT SAMOBOR AND SV. BY BICYCLE TRAIL ON THE ROUTE OF THE LEGENDARY SAMOBORČEK. SUNDAYlast_img read more

first_imgJapan on Tuesday warned of more heavy rain on the southwestern island of Kyushu and bolstered rescue operations as the death toll in flood-hit areas reached at least 50 and about a dozen people were reported missing.The government said it would double rescue and relief personnel as heavy rain destroyed homes and caused landslides in what is shaping up to be Japan’s worst natural disaster since Typhoon Hagibis killed 90 people in October.”The rain front is expected to remain until the ninth (of July), and rain is expected over a wide front stretching from western to eastern Japan,” Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told a regular press briefing. Police, Self-Defense Force and Coast Guard units are carrying out search and rescue efforts, said Suga, urging people to take the necessary precautions to keep safe.Images aired by public broadcaster NHK showed swollen rivers, destroyed homes and roads covered in landslides.Kyodo News reported 71 landslides across 12 prefectures, citing the land ministry, and said more than 1.3 million people had been ordered to evacuate.Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said the government would double rescue and relief personnel, from day-earlier levels, to 80,000. Some companies in the region have temporarily halted operations but Suga said he did not expect major disruptions to supply chains, as happened two years ago when deadly floods also hit Kyushu.The government will continue to liaise with local firms, Suga said, adding: “We want to quickly take the necessary steps such as support for small and mid-sized firms depending on the situation ahead.”Carmakers Toyota Motor and Mazda Motor, and electronics conglomerate Panasonic Corp all halted operations at certain plants on Monday due to heavy rains.Mazda resumed work at its Hiroshima and Hofu plants on Tuesday and Panasonic said its sensor plant in Kagoshima was operating normally on Tuesday.Toyota said it would keep all three of its Kyushu plants closed on Tuesday after halting production the previous evening for safety reasons. Topics :last_img read more

first_imgPogba has struggled to make an impact for Manchester United this season (Getty Images)‘He doesn’t look, I’ve seen him the other night against Arsenal, he doesn’t look completely confident physically and he’s the type of player who has a huge physical power.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘He needs to be perfectly fit physically.‘After that, when a player wants to leave and you stop him from leaving, you know you go through a process of rebuilding the relationship that the first thing that suffers is the performances.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘I personally think he behaves as well like he knows that Man United at the moment is not the team to compete for the championship.‘And, plus the fact that he was stopped from going away, it looks like the two together a little bit tarnish his performances.’More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors Arsene Wenger highlights two problems with Paul Pogba at Manchester United Advertisement Arsene Wenger explains why Paul Pogba is struggling at Manchester United (Getty/beIN Sports)Arsene Wenger believes Paul Pogba’s lack of fitness and his current mindset at Manchester United have hindered his performances under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this season.The World Cup winner has failed to find his best form this term and missed United’s Premier League clash against Newcastle United due to an ankle injury.Wenger believes Pogba’s ankle problem has contributed to his sub-par displays but also feels United being so far behind Liverpool and Manchester City in the title race is having an impact on the midfielder’s mentality.‘First of all, I think Paul Pogba, since the start of the season, has never been completely fit injury wise,’ Wenger told beIN Sports.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterSunday 6 Oct 2019 4:01 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link93Shares Commentlast_img read more

first_imgTo Our Readers:Mother’s Day is always a terrific day to well, just spend time with my sons. Just hang out together – in the backyard with the dogs, at Monmouth Park, on a golf course. Unfortunately for a long time my oldest, Bart, has been living in the south of France. He lives a very civilized life and I’m thrilled he has a red tile-roofed apartment in an ancient Roman walking city nestled just minutes from the Mediterranean. The largest Place de la Comedie and the oldest carousel in all of Europe doesn’t hurt much either. But, I miss him. He’s happy and has a loving partner so ultimately, that’s what a mother wants for her children. It’s all good. And I’ll get to see him this fall when he comes home for my younger son Shane’s wedding in October. If you look on our Celebrations page this week, you will see Shane’s photo with the love of his life, Kate Judd, who he met while they were both in law school. My son is more than smitten and that goofy grin that’s on his face more than not is the first clue. Kate hails from Westfield, is a killer cook, and Shane from Tinton Falls. Beyond law they share the love of the Giants, dogs, kids, the beach, a sense of humor and a crazy show “How I Met Your Mother” which has something to do with the Yellow umbrella he proposed under. She’s a lovely gal from a really warm, intelligent and wicked funny family. So, I am so very happy for them both and think they are lucky to have found each other. I so look forward to dancing with my son at his wedding. When I ran into some health glitches a few years back, that was the Big Ask of God and thankfully, it came true.Every day I think of funny, tragic and scary days in my sons’ lives, but Mother’s Day probably more than most. Disney World a zillion times, sleeping under the Christmas tree, feeding fish to Pelicans, boating, the first day we put in the pool, the pony for a 4th birthday present, traveling up and down the east and west coast, New Hampshire and Maine, teaching them how to play golf, the first Communion and Confirmation, all my extended sons, getting to the soccer field just in time after a 36- hour trip from Kuala Lumpur, the PTA, being a drama mama, a soccer mom and a varsity football booster who handed out Gatorade after each game, the egg hunts, dragging the younger one from Borneo, to the Galapagos Islands to Western Samoa and lots in between, the many occasions spent at Monmouth Park, the family holidays, the tears after dropping them each off at college and the joy of button-popping graduations. Then there were all those terrifying trips to the ER, the crushed leg on the ski slopes and sleeping in a chair for weeks, explaining why someone they loved would no longer be a part of their daily life but alive in their hearts.I wasn’t the cookie-baking mom with an apron. Far from it. But I was at every game, play and important event in their lives. And I have always told them that as a journalist, I wouldn’t leave them millions but I did change the world for the better. That’s the legacy I leave my sons. And I hope they too leave the world a better place than they found it.But just who would have I have tried to make the world a better place for if not my sons? I’m so proud of them and thank them for the joy and meaning they give my life. They made my life whole and will always make my heart pop!Let’s Have Coffee!Jody [email protected]last_img read more

first_imgRichard Baltas621112918%52%$598,163 Doug O’Neill698151112%49%$650,258 Mark Glatt3165419%48%$225,650 Jerry Hollendorfer591081117%49%$891,304 Gary Sherlock2353222%43%$135,110 Stewart Elliott70871311%40%$347,490 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS (Current Through Thursday, Feb. 2) UNIQUE BELLA MEETS CHAMP IN GRADE II LAS VIRGENESThere are those who have mentioned Unique Bella in the same breath with herstablemate,  two-time Eclipse Award champion filly Songbird, although Jerry Hollendorfer likely would say that’s putting the cart before the horse, although he allows that Unique Bella is “a special filly.”The daughter of Tapit tries two turns for the first time in Sunday’s Grade II Las Virgenes Stakes for three-year-old fillies at one mile, and is the 3-5 morning line favorite to succeed.Unique Bella won the Grade II Santa Ynez Stakes at seven furlongs by 7 ½ lengths while geared down in her three-year-old debut, beating stablemate It Tiz Well. Competition is likely to be stiffer Sunday in the form of Eclipse Award champion two-year-old filly Champagne Room, who has been firing morning bullets for her three-year-old debut.Trained by Peter Eurton, Champagne Room has not raced since winning the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies at Santa Anita on Nov. 5.The Las Virgenes, race six of eight: Mopotism, Flavien Prat 6-1; Champagne Room, Mario Gutierrez, 5-2; Mistressofthenight, Corey Nakatani, 15-1; Unique Bella, Mike Smith, 3-5; and Miss Southern Miss, Kent Desormeaux, 6-1. FINISH LINES: Happy Birthday wishes are in order for the Voice of Santa Anita, Michael Wrona.  A native of Brisbane, Australia, Wrona was foaled 51 years ago today . . .  Midnight Storm, a multiple graded stakes winner on both turf and dirt, remains ticketed for the Grade I, $750,000 Santa Anita Handicap on March 11. “Absolutely,” trainer Phil D’Amato said. “That’s what we’re planning. We’re going to breeze this weekend and keep him on that schedule all the way into the race.” Marathoner Big John B. worked five furlongs Thursday in 1:02. “He’s doing great,” D’Amato said. “I missed the San Marcos with him, but we’ll probably hit the next one (San Luis Rey at 1 ½ miles on turf March 25) or the Tokyo City Cup (at 1 ½ miles on dirt April 2), which he won last year.” Also scheduled to work Saturday is three-year-old filly champion of 2015 Stellar Wind for John Sadler . . . Suspension City: Hall of Fame jockey Kent Desormeaux, third in the standings with 14 wins, has been suspended three days (Feb. 12, 16 and 17) for careless riding aboard Aotearoa in Sunday’s ninth race; Martin Garcia has been banished the same three days for careless riding on Senator Robert in Sunday’s fifth race, resulting in a disqualification from second to fifth; Flavien Prat is banned Feb. 9, 10 and 11 for careless riding on Run Macho Run in the second race Feb. 2; and the CHRB has denied Norberto Arroyo Jr.’s appeal from last October, suspending him six days (Feb. 9, 10, 11, 12, 16 and 17) . . . There was one winning Pick Six ticket Thursday worth $319,148, bought through TwinSpires.com for $648 . . . On Sunday, the day of The Big Game, live racing at Santa Anita begins at 11 a.m., allowing fans to watch three-point favorite New England against Atlanta at Sirona’s Sports Bar after the races or to be home in time to see it. Sirona’s will offer $5 drink specials all day. General admission to the track that day is only one dollar. Flavien Prat9522101623%51%$1,283,793 Martin Pedroza5377913%43%$269,443 Mike Smith2161429%52%$607,500 HOLLENDORFER TARGETS THREE STAKES THIS WEEKENDJerry Hollendorfer has horses entered in six races this weekend, three of them stakes, so the Hall of Fame trainer and his assistant Dan Ward will be busy, as is their wont.The 70-year-old Hollendorfer adheres to the U.S. Postal Service credo. Be it rain, sleet or snow, the mail must get through.Hollendorfer has Ike Walker entered in the Grade II Palos Verdes Stakes for four-year-olds and up at six furlongs and Sheer Flattery in the Robert B. Lewis Stakes, both on Saturday. Sunday, Unique Bella tries two turns for the first time in the Grade II Las Virgenes Stakes for three-year-old fillies at one mile.Ike Walker sticks out like a sore thumb in the Palos Verdes, because on form, he doesn’t seem to fit. The five-year-old Bellamy Road gelding was claimed for $50,000 last out when he finished third on a wet/fast track at a mile Jan. 1. Prior to that, his previous 12 starts were all a mile or longer.“The reason we nominated and are running is because we’ve been entering him in other races and they didn’t go,” Hollendorfer said. “I don’t just want to just keep sitting on him. I didn’t have a race picked out for him at Golden Gate, and we couldn’t get in here.“We heard the Palos Verdes was going to come up short so we nominated and decided to run.“It’s probably a bad spot, but if you just keep training them, they can get hurt.”As to Sheer Flattery, who won a maiden allowance race by a nose on a sloppy track Dec. 31, Hollendorfer said, “We think he’s been training well and if he can transfer the race he ran last time to this one, he should have a fairly good chance.”The Palos Verdes, race three: Ike Walker, Flavien Prat, 8-1; Distinctive B, Tyler Baze, 7-2; St. Joe Bay, Kent Desormeaux, 8-5; Ocho Ocho Ocho, Santiago Gonzalez, 7-2; and Moe Candy, Victor Espinoza, 2-1. JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Tyler Baze972119822%49%$903,417 Norberto Arroyo, Jr.6495414%28%$458,830 Santiago Gonzalez5168612%39%$264,716 Kent Desormeaux651410722%48%$913,683 Bob Baffert2953517%45%$411,316 TrainerMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won O’NEILL HAS THREE FOR THE MONEY IN ROBERT B. LEWISWith three horses entered, Doug O’Neill has 60 percent in a field of five for Saturday’s Grade III Robert B. Lewis Stakes for three-year-olds at 1 1/16 miles, but it’s not a personal record for the trainer, who won the Kentucky Derby twice in the last four years, with I’ll Have Another in 2012 and last year with champion two-year-old male of 2015 Nyquist.“I remember having three in the Malibu in 2004 when Lava Man ran second (to Rock Hard Ten),” O’Neill said between intermittent rain drops that were not enough to cancel training Friday morning.O’Neill also sent out Harvard Avenue to finish second and Perfect Moon to run third behind Rock Hard Ten, but accounted for only 30 percent of the field as there were 10 starters.O’Neill has Oak Tree Juvenile winner Dangerfield, the maiden Irap, and Cecil B. DeMille winner Term of Art going in the Lewis, which offers 17 Kentucky Derby qualifying points, 10 to the winner.“The pressure’s on,” O’Neill said with a chuckle, alluding to his Lewis majority. “Seriously, all three are doing well. They have the pedigree, they have the class, they’ve got the stride. They’ve all showed glimpses of being that kind of horse, so we’re optimistic.’The field for the Lewis, which goes as the second event on a nine-race card that starts at 12:30 p.m.: Royal Mo, Victor Espinoza, 5-2; Irap, Mario Gutierrez, 3-1; Dangerfield, Kent Desormeaux, 7-2; Term of Art, Tyler Baze, 9-2; and Sheer Flattery, Mike Smith, 2-1. Rafael Bejarano7912101615%48%$740,768 Peter Eurton2373030%43%$324,340 Joseph Talamo60651110%37%$247,090 Philip D’Amato3584623%51%$563,575 William Spawr1360246%62%$172,461 J. Keith Desormeaux1972437%68%$406,275 Luis Contreras58681710%53%$316,054 DISTANCE NO PROBLEM FOR TEXAS RYANOTexas Ryano has a win and a second at a mile and a quarter on turf at Santa Anita.Jockey Joe Talamo hopes the horse’s fancy for those conditions is in tact for Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 San Marcos Stakes for four-year-olds and up at 1 ¼ miles on turf.“He kind of got backed up in his training with all the rain, like everyone else, but he’s been working very good and the distance is good for him, although to me, he’s a true mile and a half horse,” said Talamo, who has ridden the six-year-old Curlin horse eight times, winning twice, including the Grade II Hollywood Turf Cup last out on Nov. 25.“If you look at his races at a mile and an eighth and a mile and a quarter, he kind of comes running, but the farther the better with him,” Talamo said. “He’s doing well enough where he can try and run ’em down.”Trained by Carla Gaines for owner/breeder Warren Williamson, Texas Ryano boasts a 5-3-3 record from 18 starts with earnings of $438,355.The San Marcos, the last of nine races: A Red Tie Day, Corey Nakatani, 15-1; Flamboyant, Brice Blanc, 4-1; Itsinthepost, Tyler Baze, 12-1; Blue Tone, Martin Garcia, 12-1; Texas Ryano, Joe Talamo, 3-1; Power Ped, Stewart Elliott, 20-1; Perfectly Majestic, Kent Desormeaux, 10-1; Isotherm, Flavien Prat, 6-1; Hi Happy, Altair Dominguez, 10-1; Twentytwentyvision, Mike Smith, 6-1; and Frank Conversation, Mario Gutierrez, 6-1.Gustnado, Conquest Daddyo and Some in Tieme were scratched. UNIQUE BELLA ODDS-ON FOR SUNDAY’S LAS VIRGENESO’NEILL HOPES TO ‘PASS GO’ WITH LEWIS MONOPOLYBUSY WEEKEND AS USUAL FOR TEAM HOLLENDORFERTEXAS RYANO SHOULD COME RUNNING IN SAN MARCOS Peter Miller451113624%67%$666,510 John Sadler2355622%70%$273,824last_img read more

first_imgAn Garda Siochana in Donegal have arrested four people for alleged immigration offences this year, it has emerged. It is understood that at least one of the arrests came following an inspection of a business premises in the Donegal area.Gardaí in multi-agency operations arrested all those in question under the Immigration Act 2004 and the Employments Permits Act 2003. The arrests were part of ongoing policing operations and as part of Operation Thor.These inspections are intended to address issues including immigration, people trafficking, employment law, revenue offences and the welfare of persons.It is understood that a number of other persons have been encountered and processed by An Garda Síochána with regards to regularising their immigration status and the processing of deportation orders.However, Gardaí were unable to comment further on the arrests because some matters are before the courts. A spokesperson told Donegal Daily: “Members of An Garda Síochána, including appointed local Immigration Officers participated alongside officers from Revenue Commissioners, Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection and Workplace Relations Commission in planned operations.“During the course of operations to date this year, four persons have been arrested by members of An Garda Síochána in respect of alleged offences under the Immigration Act 2004 and the Employments Permits Act 2003.“For operational reasons, it is not possible to elaborate further with respect to this matter.“The other agencies referenced have and are following up on issues arising from operations and inspections conducted in Donegal.”Immigration officials swoop on business premises in Donegal and make arrests was last modified: October 11th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgCLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceSANTA CLARA — As mistake-prone as the 49ers pass defense is, the Los Angeles Rams don’t have to prey on it Sunday, not when they boast the league’s leading running back in Todd Gurley.“It wasn’t a coincidence he was the NFL MVP last year, and so far he’s on his way to winning that again,” coach Kyle Shanahan said of Gurley, who actually won the AP Offensive Player of the Year award while Tom Brady captured MVP honors. …last_img read more

first_imgGood audio can make or break your project, but with so many available options, how do you know which one you should use, and why?Choosing the right microphone can sometimes feel like choosing the right lens for your camera. There are plenty of options, each of which has different strengths and weaknesses. In this video, I want to simplify your selection process and show you some of my favorites.The first rule is to always avoid internal camera audio if you can. No matter what your budget is, try to at least purchase a lower-end external microphone for your video. This will immediately boost your production value. If you can afford a camera, you can afford a microphone.Let’s take a look. Here are some of my top choices.Getting Started“Very affordable” and “very versatile” are good ways to describe the RØDE VideoMic GO. It’s an affordable investment, and it will immediately improve the value of any production. You can always upgrade later, but this microphone is a good way to get started capturing better audio.Best Mic Ever!Image via RØDE.If you need a little more versatility for projects ranging from vlogs to video essays, the RØDE VideoMic Pro+ is a quality upgrade from the VideoMic GO. If you need something you can rely on for a broader range of recording conditions, I highly recommend this mic.Lav MicImage via Sennheiser.If you’re looking to expand your audio kit for more interview-style shooting, a great upgrade is a lavalier microphone. These are dynamite for documentary and guerrilla-style filmmaking. You can position them a number of ways for different types of recording, and they come in especially handy for run-and-gun style projects. I use mine nearly twice a week!Boom MicsIf you find yourself doing more interviews and cinematic-style shooting, I recommend investing in a higher-end boom microphone. I use both lavalier and boom microphone when filming interviews, since each offers a different kind of recording. When recording audio, it’s always great to have backups.Lower-End Boom Mic RecommendationRØDE NTG4Image via RØDE.Higher-End Boom Mic RecommendationRØDE NTG3Image via RØDE.While reading this list, I’m sure all you’re seeing is dollar signs and empty bank accounts. That’s totally fair — I see the same thing when I look at audio gear. However, the simple reality is that your video production will not grow unless you up your audio game.Audio RecordersThe last topic I want to cover is audio recorders. The Zoom H4n the Swiss army knife of audio recording devices, and if there’s one piece of gear on this list you should invest in it’s this!Image via Zoom.Last but not least is a little gem called your cell phone. Most of you have one, and the audio quality is good! If you’re in a pinch or don’t have the budget for expensive recording gear, a cellphone is still better than internal camera audio. I’ve used my iPhone7 on several video projects, and it’s done the trick perfectly!Looking for more video tutorials. Check these out.Video Tutorial: Give Your Projects Some Flare with Lucent WarmVideo Tutorial: How to Configure The ADR Panel In Resolve 15The Art of Finding the Right Song for your Film or VideoVideo Tutorial: Create a DIY Wireless China Ball LightMinimize Your Lighting Setups For Narrative Shootslast_img read more