What is the TESMAT? It’s the very first specially designed memory foam mattress for the Tesla Model 3 & Model Y for camping in your automobile.

This review is set out to cover all of the details imaginable regarding the TESMAT and we also will provide coupon codes at the end of the writing.

The Best Mattress for Model 3 & Model Y
The Best Mattress for Model 3 & Model Y
Interior of the Tesla Model 3

TESMAT created their 2nd generation mattress based on the feedback from the users of Reddit!

Camp like never before. -TESMAT

Table of Contents

What’s all included?

OPTION 1: Mattress Only

  • TESMAT Mattress
  • Carrying…

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​When you’re working with Luminar as a standalone application, the first time you start it up you will see a blank catalog. Before you can get any work done, you need to import the images you want to work on into your catalog. There are a couple of ways to do this, depending on the situation and we’ll cover them in this article.

Before you can start to work on your images with the many tools that Luminar offers, you need to get images into it. Luminar has three options for that.

Are your images already where you want them to be?

Then use the Add Folder option. If your images are already where you want them to be, in a folder on your internal hard drive or an external hard drive, then you can simply add that folder to your Luminar catalog. If you still want to make some rearrangements to your folder structure on your hard drive, you can do this before importing the folder. This is the simplest way of getting images into Luminar, as it will just make a reference in your Luminar library as to where the images are, and they won’t get moved or copied around. They stay precisely in the same place as they already were. Luminar simply records its location in the library. As such, this is also the quickest way of importing images. …

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Here are eight tricks to capture that storybook sunset photo you’ve been chasing.​ Often one of the most breathtaking images no matter where in the world you are, a sunset can (literally) set the scene for big moments, romantic or otherwise. We all love a great sunset pic and sometimes a random shot will turn out pretty incredible.

But how do you ensure an epic frame or an Instagram-worthy shot? Below are eight tricks for seizing the day and that storybook sunset photography you’ve been chasing.

Check the weather and plan your photo

If the forecast is 60 percent rain, chances are you’re not going to snag that perfect shot you were looking for. It doesn’t take much to plan a day or two in advance. Choose a location and a time to visit, and make sure you know when the sun will be setting. You’ll have about a half-hour window as it fades into the distance, so arriving a bit early (45 minutes or so) is key. …

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When we first start taking photographs, combatting camera shake can seem to be a battle we’ll never win. It can rear its ugly, image-wrecking head in all sorts of situations; when the light is low when you’re using a telephoto lens, or simply when you’re trying to take a picture quickly. As you know, the obvious solution is to dig out your tripod, but there are occasions when the practicalities of lugging a tripod are too restrictive. The good news is that your images don’t have to suffer as a result, as the following ideas demonstrate.

Use the Camera Remote App

This may sound somewhat obvious, but the best way to avoid camera shake is to not touch the camera at all when taking photographs. Most camera makers now have a WiFi or Bluetooth connection allowing you to use your smartphone as a controller. For the Fujifilm cameras, get a free FUJIFILM Camera Remote app, which gives you the greatest level of control. Once installed on your smartphone, the app communicates wirelessly with your X Series camera and enables you to control all manner of camera functions including ISO, shutter speed, Film Simulation mode, and even focusing point. …

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I love the Oregon coast, and it’s a perfect playground for photographers. Although there are a lot of gorgeous rocky formations to find and photograph, the weather does not always cooperate. An overcast day can be perfect lighting for certain aspects of the scene, but sometimes it’s nice to have a few clouds in the sky, too. In this chapter, I will take a nice photo of the coast and give it some life with some clouds and coloring.

This is an excerpt from Nicole’s new book, Luminar 4: Step by Step.

The tools built into Skylum’s Luminar offer you an amazing range of editing options, including the ability to build your own sky replacement library. In this tutorial, you’ll learn why you want to do this and a few tips to help you get started.

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