VR 3D Camera

An expert digital camcorder such as VR 3D Camera will tape images onto discs instead of tapes. The newer versions will provide you the option of recording direct to the hard disk. This will help make transferring images easier so will be a substantial advantage if you invest a great deal of take making videos. However the drawback is that when the memory is complete you will have to empty it to your computer prior to you can utilize the cam again.


Depending upon the business you are associated with you may utilize your camcorder a lot. For instance if you are involved in marketing you might have found that video marketing on YouTube can significantly increase your sales. You can buy models that permit you to preselect the function settings you want to use which will conserve a great deal of time. These settings include the zoom setting, focus, color bar etc. You can likewise choose which products you wish to display such as battery time remaining etc

. Some people hesitate of brand-new innovation while others welcome it. If you have reluctantly chosen that you require a professional digital camcorder such as VR 3D Camera to help you in your business you will most likely wish to purchase the most basic one you can discover. Don’t let the additional functionality that the technology advocate likes scare you away. You can find the best cam if you spend a little time trying to find the ideal one.

Always check out the instructions that come with your brand-new electronic camera. Often companies can provide these in various languages if English is not your native tongue. Try to find brands that use at least a one year warranty on parts and labor. If you are on a tight spending plan see can you work out on the rate if you are prepared to pay money? If they can not reduce the rate of the expert digital camcorder they may be able to sweeten the deal by including some additional devices. It doesn’t hurt to ask.

Your expert digital camcorder such as VR 3D Camera will offer better quality video and images if you utilize it appropriately. It is remarkable the number of individuals will purchase a video camera and attempt to use it without reading the guideline booklet. You might think you know everything there is to learn about taking pictures but every electronic camera will be slightly various than another design. It pays to obtain to understand the one you have purchased.

When taking videos of people you need to aim to put them at ease otherwise you will not get the best outcomes. Frequently individuals dislike being filmed so try turning off the tally light to make them less self conscious. Most cameras will provide you the alternative of turning this red light off. Attempt it for yourself as you may simply discover the improvement in the images you gather is quite significant.

VR 3D Camera

Do not slouch and utilize the inbuilt date and time stamp on your video recordings. Yes you probably do want to mark the event but this doesn’t indicate you have to put these information onto the film itself. There are other more satisfying approaches of record keeping.

Do not get fooled by the various marketing messages you will see or hear when reading/viewing the marketing product associated with that brand of professional digital camcorder such as VR 3D Camera. For instance some brands highlight the fact that the video camera has a zoom lens. In most cases the results of this zoom will cause deterioration in the image quality you gather so turn it off. You have an optical zoom so master this rather.

If you wish to include unique results to your videos do it later on with a video modifying software application rather than attempting to do it as you are taking the video. Using software permits you to get rid of those bits that you don’t wish to consist of whereas if you include the results throughout shooting with your professional digital camcorder such as VR 3D Camera bought from www.trendsloving.com you are stuck to the results permanently.

Brazilian Body Wave

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If you take a close look at these stunning wigs you will observe the front is made from real lace. Just like lower quality, factory made wigs, the hair on Lace front wigs such as brazilian body wave is not glued on, nor is it sewn on. Lace wigs have actually the hair woven naturally into the lace which offers the scalp such a sensible appearance.

Genuine hair has a natural bounce to it. Therefore due to the fact that these wigs are all connected into location, it can likewise give that carefree bounce as genuine hair does. There is a great deal of information put into the creation of these wigs and that is why they are often referred to as the greatest quality offered on the market.

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As stated earlier, many designs, vocalists and stars are big endorsers of these types of wigs. Celeb lace wigs have actually been seen on the covers of TIME, Jet, People and Us. You will also see them on catwalks in London, Paris New York City and Milan.

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Appearances

Upcoming

November 13, 2014, 7:00 p.m.
“The Long Shadow of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address”
Joshua Chamberlain Civil War Round Table
Brunswick Public Library, Brunswick, ME

November 14, 2014, 8:30-10:30 a.m.
“Lincoln and the Art of Communication”
This is a leadership development seminar on communication hosted by Dale Carnegie of Maine.
Husson University Westbrook Campus, Westbrook, ME
More information and registration here.

November 14, 2014, 7:00 p.m.
“Free and Responsible Government”: The Long Shadow of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address
Maine Historical Society
More information here.

P
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June 27, 2014, 9:30 a.m.
“The Long Shadow of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address”
Campaigning with Lee Seminar
Sponsored by the Virginia Tech Center for Civil War Studies.
Embassy Suites, Ashburn, VA

June 22, 2014, 3:00 p.m.
“The Long Shadow of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address”
Gettysburg College Civil War Institute. Gettysburg, PA.

May 15, 2014, 7:00 p.m.
“The Long Shadow of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address”
King’s Park Library, Burke, VA.

March 19, 2014, 7:00 p.m.
Civil War Talk Radio Show hosted by Gerald Prokopowicz.
Featured guest.

February 19, 2014, 6:00 p.m.
“The Long Shadow of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address”
Author talk for George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership
Hosted by the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, 1313 New York Avenue NW, Washington D.C.

December 5, 2013, 6:00 p.m.
Virtual Book Signing
The Abraham Lincoln Bookshop, Chicago, IL
Links here.

November 17, 2013, 3:00 p.m.
“Lincoln the Orator”
Panelist at the Lincoln Forum, Gettysburg, PA (Wyndham Hotel)
Taped panel shown on CSPAN3.  Link  here.

November 9, 2013, 7:00 p.m.
“The Long Shadow of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address”
Canaan Farmers’ Hall, Canaan, ME

November 8, 2013
“The Gettysburg Address and the Common Core”
Maine Council for the Social Studies
Keynote Speaker

Press Room

On March 19, 2014, I was the featured guest on Civil War Talk Radio, hosted by Gerry Prokopowicz.

I was one of the presenters on a Lincoln Forum panel which has just aired on CSPAN3.  You can see the video here.

ABCNews, WHTM, November 19, 2013
Story on 150th anniversary commemorations and the legacy of the Gettysburg Address.

ABCNews, WHTM, November 12, 2013
Story on President Obama’s decision not to participate in the commemoration of the Gettysburg Address.

Gettysburg College website
Story on The Long Shadow of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

Morning Sentinel (Maine), November 18, 2013
Story on The Long Shadow of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and the 150th anniversary activities in Gettysburg.

SmartBlog Pickett’s Charge: A Broken Negotiation
Leadership piece coauthored with Steven B. Wiley

Leadership Excellence, Fall 2012
Co-authored article on experiential education.

Book

“Its words are magnificent in their brevity and their meaning. Yet, until the appearance of Jared Peatman’s book, no one had shown as clearly as he does the long-term effect of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address on friend and foe alike. Must reading for all Americans.”—John F. Marszalek, executive director and managing editor, Ulysses S. Grant Association

“After 150 years Lincoln’s words at Gettysburg still live with meaning. Any time Americans face crisis and sacrifice, that immortal few minutes’ talk reappears to comfort and inspire. Jared Peatman’s wonderfully researched and ably presented book is the first in more than a generation to examine thoroughly the events of November 19, 1863, the public response to the address, and what it has meant to the world ever since. The Long Shadow of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address goes a long way toward explaining why we cannot escape its power, and why we wouldn’t escape it if we could. Like Lincoln, it belongs to the ages.”—William C. Davis, director, Virginia Center for Civil War Studies, Virginia Tech

“Who owns the immortal words that Abraham Lincoln delivered at the soldier’s cemetery overlooking Gettysburg? This question animates Jared Peatman’s immensely important The Long Shadow of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. From the moment the president stepped away from the speaker’s platform on November 19, 1863, his ‘brief remarks’ unleashed fierce disagreements throughout the country. This contentious debate, as the author argues, quickly turned into a global conversation about issues of human freedom and the meaning of citizenship that continues to this day. Peatman’s powerful book reminds us that for every student who memorizes the Gettysburg Address, he or she will likely reach very different conclusions as to what Lincoln meant by a ‘new birth of freedom.’”—Peter S. Carmichael, Fluhrer Professor of History and director of the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College

When Abraham Lincoln addressed the crowd at the new national cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on November 19, 1863, he intended his speech to be his most eloquent statement on the inextricable link between equality and democracy. However, unwilling to commit to equality at that time, the nation stood ill-prepared to accept the full message of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. In the ensuing century, groups wishing to advance a particular position borrowed Lincoln’s words for their own ends, highlighting the specific parts of the speech that echoed their stance while ignoring the rest. Only as the nation slowly moved toward equality did those invoking Lincoln’s speech come closer to recovering his true purpose. In this incisive work, Jared Peatman seeks to understand not only Lincoln’s intentions at Gettysburg but also how his words were received, invoked, and interpreted over time, providing an insightful analysis of one of America’s most legendary orations.

After reviewing the events leading up to November 19, 1863, Peatman examines immediate responses to the ceremony in New York, Gettysburg itself, Confederate Richmond, and London, showing how parochial concerns and political affiliations shaped initial coverage of the day and led to the censoring of Lincoln’s words in some locales. He then traces how, over time, proponents of certain ideals invoked the particular parts of the address that suited their message, from reunification early in the twentieth century to American democracy and patriotism during the world wars and, finally, to Lincoln’s full intended message of equality during the Civil War centennial commemorations and the civil rights movement of the 1960s. Peatman also explores foreign invocations of the Gettysburg Address and its influence on both the Chinese constitution of 1912 and the current French constitution. An epilogue highlights recent and even current applications of the Gettysburg Address and hints at ways the speech might be used in the future.

By tracing the evolution of Lincoln’s brief words at a cemetery dedication into a revered document essential to American national identity, this revealing work provides fresh insight into the enduring legacy of Abraham Lincoln and his Gettysburg Address on both American and international history and culture.

Leadership Sessions

Over the past four years I have created scores of history-themed leadership development sessions. Formal academic training in history teaches practitioners to see connections between sources and put things into context – two skills that I apply to create highly relevant historical illustrations of crucial leadership topics and models. I am always up for a challenge, and enjoy working on new projects. I develop history-based sessions both as stand-alone leadership lessons and as illustrative follow-ups to more traditional leadership and performance improvement trainings offered by others. Following are a few of my signature programs.

Lincoln and the Art of Communication

Why is it that we still remember Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address over 150 years after it was delivered? And not just in the United States, but around the world. What promoted China in 1912 and France in 1946 to literally base their governments on that speech? What are the secrets that have allowed it to become, in the words of Britain’s Lord George Curzon, “Among the glories and treasures of mankind?”

This case study, alternating between the profound and the hilarious, uses the Gettysburg Address to explore how we can adapt our messages to reach individuals with differing communication styles as well as broad audiences incorporating all types. A range of hands-on, practical and fun activities help illustrate the principles covered in ways you will never forget.

This session is customizable from 1-3 hours and is highly portable.

Farmer Washington

In the late 1750s George Washington faced a major problem at his estate, Mt. Vernon. His main cash crop, tobacco, was ruining both his lands and his bank account. We explore the ways Washington collaborated with those around him, implemented innovative approaches to farm and land management, and invested in the future, and ask how we can use those skills to improve our own business acumen as well as lead change and develop strategic plans for our own organizations. Washington’s saga, from tobacco planter to wheat and corn farmer to the largest distiller of whiskey in North America, is both illustrative and entertaining. This session, based at Mt. Vernon, begins in the seminar room before going mobile to visit Washington’s Pioneer Farm site, gristmill, and distillery.

The full session, at Mt. Vernon, requires four hours. This session can also be done as a stand-alone lecture without site-visit component.

George McClellan and Robert E. Lee as CEOs and HR Directors

The Maryland Campaign of 1862, culminating in the Battle of Antietam, offers a fascinating study in contrasting leadership styles. The divergent ways George McClellan and Robert E. Lee managed the campaign and the battle offers powerful lessons in:
– The interplay between vision and missions
– The role of a leader in any organization
– The pitfalls of overreaching as well as under reaching
– Administering work load and assignments
– Maximizing strengths and minimizing weakness

This session is conducted at Antietam National Battlefield and can run for a half or full day.

Constitutional Collaborations

Based on the incredible saga of the Constitutional Convention of 1787, this session explores what it took for thirty-nine men with divergent interests to agree upon a new governing document, and what we can learn from the three who refused to sign. An interactive opening exercise on the actual changes wrought by the Constitution turns our conceptions of the founders upside down and provides a powerful lens on collaborations and negotiations.

Additionally, this session focuses on:
– Recognizing when conditions are conducive to collaboration
– Strategies for giving everyone a stake in an agreement
– Negotiation tactics that will benefit rather than harm future relationships
The saga of George Mason, one of the three dissidents who would not sign, provides a powerful coda by illustrating the importance of participating in the debate even if the ultimate outcome goes against us.

This session can be delivered on site, or combined with a tour of sites such as Gunston Hall (home to George Mason), Mt. Vernon, Independence Hall, or the National Constitution Center. As a stand-alone session it is 1.5 hours. With a historic site visit the session is 3 hours.

Jared Peatman

A graduate of Gettysburg College with a master’s degree from Virginia Tech and Ph.D. from Texas A&M, Jared’s first monograph, The Long Shadow of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, was published in the fall of 2013.

For that project Jared was awarded the 2009 Organization of American Historians/Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission Doctoral Fellow and 2012 Hay-Nicolay Dissertation Prize.

He is also the co-author, with Steven B. Wiley, of A Transformational Journey: Leadership Lessons from Gettysburg. Since 2009 Jared has offered leadership development events using historic metaphors in places ranging from Jamestown to the Alamo to Waterloo.

Jared is certified to deliver the EQi-2.0 and EQi 360 Emotional Intelligence assessments and is working on a certificate in experiential education from the National Society of Experiential Education.