Wedding and event photographers are among those worst hit by the pandemic. Along with them, of course, are the people who had to put weddings and life on hold. In many parts of the world, many weddings and related activities were canceled and postponed due to COVID-19. In anticipation that the implications of this pandemic might last throughout the year, many couples have
Portable cell phone battery chargers have saved my bacon more than once while traveling. From overtaxing my iPhone taking vacation pictures to relying on Google Maps to get me where I’m going in a car without an aux port, there are times that low battery warning would trigger a major anxiety attack were I out and about without a power brick capable of refilling my phone’s tank at least once. But I’ve also made a habit of keeping one of them fully charged in a desk drawer at home, and you should too. There’s a lot going on in America right now. It’s summer, a time when higher temps and increased air conditioner use trigger brownouts when energy supply can’t keep up with demand. We’re also three days into what looks to be a record-breaking hurricane season; I probably don’t need to tell you what storms can do to cut off juice to your home. Factor in the remote possibility power will be disrupted in some way by the ongoing nationwide protests over police brutality alongside a host of other more mundane causes (from fallen tree branches to an overzealous contractor) and there are more than enough reasons to keep a charger at the ready even when you aren’t out and about.