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Plantronics Products - Bluetooth Headset, 8 Hour Talk Time, Black/Silver - Sold as 1 EA - Voyager 520 Bluetooth Headset allows you to quickly switch between two Bluetooth devices. Quickpair technology makes pairing easy. Noise-canceling microphone filters distracting background noise so you can easily be heard while the innovative screen minimizes wind noise. User-friendly, lightweight design offers convenient one-touch call controls and desktop charging cradle. Enhanced ear bud design improves
Plantronics Products - Bluetooth Headset, 8 Hour Talk Time, Black/Silver - Sold as 1 EA
Voyager 520 Bluetooth Headset allows you to quickly switch between two Bluetooth devices. Quickpair technology makes pairing easy. Noise-canceling microphone filters distracting background noise so you can easily be heard while the innovative screen minimizes wind noise. User-friendly, lightweight design offers convenient one-touch call controls and desktop charging cradle. Enhanced ear bud design improves sound. Battery life last up to 8 hours of talk time or up to 180 hours in standby time for a single charge.
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The first few bird bath shots were taken to the left and front of this one, which presented a light green tree as the backdrop. This position afforded me a tree that was a darker shade of green (I like this shade better) as well as some breaks in the leaves to make for some more interesting background blur.
I'd originally taken this for purposes of my memory - to see the entire scene and to note that the sparrows were quite enthusiastic about the bird bath (take note of the female sparrow, waiting her turn, on the statue's head). The background turned out quite nicely, almost looking as though the bird bath were some sort of fountain.
That's pleasant enough, and I like these shades of green. So it gets posted.
Shot with an E-520 and Zuiko Digital 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 lens, with lens hood and a Hoya UV filter. Shot hand-held, with IS mode 1 enabled. Shot in Progam Auto mode to let the camera worry about both aperture and shutter speed, with the Auto ISO limiter set to limit at ISO 800 instead of ISO 400. The noise filter in the camera was set to normal strength. This is an uncropped picture that has been scaled down to a resolution of 1600x1000 for upload. This is a camera JPEG that has not been subject to any additional post-processing. The following settings were used on-camera: "vivid" color scheme; contrast, sharpness, and saturation at +1; white balance set to overcast; pattern metering mode.
Photoshop Fixes #30 - Eagle
Not my photo, it is my modification. This is one of my entries in the Photoshop Fixes Group, where we are challenged to use photoshop to make a photo better.
Separated the eagle from the background - Cut out the eagle with the pen tool. Feathered the selection by 3 pixels. Command-J to put the eagle on its own layer.
Create an all green bokeh for the background - Selected the upper left corner of the nice green background layer. Command-J to put it onto it's own layer. Free transformed the new background to fill the frame.
Removed some artifacts from the new background - Applied a reduce noise filter to the new background 2 times - 100% strength, 100% color noise, 0% preserved details, 0% sharpen details.
Sharpened the eagle - Applied sharpen filter to eagle layer. 78%, Radius - 13, Threshold - 5.
Added an outer glow effect to the eagle layer to make him pop out a little more. Opacity - 50%, Noise - 0, Technique - Softer, Spread 0, Size 174px.
Lightened the eyes - Duplicated the eagle layer, deleted the glow effect, and changed the layer blend mode to screen. Added a black layer mask. Painted in the mask over the eyes with white.
Increase contrast & add more black - Added a curve adjustment layer and selected "Increase Contrast". Tweaked it a bit.
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Background Noise follows the development of sound as an artistic medium and illustrates how sound is put to use within modes of composition, installation, and performance. While chronological in its structure, Brandon LaBelle's book is informed by spatial thinking -- weaving architecture, environments, and the specifics of location into the work of sound, with the aim of formulating an expansive history and understanding of sound art.
At its center the book presupposes an intrinsic relation between sound and its location, galvanizing acoustics, sound phenomena, and the environmental with the tensions inherent in what LaBelle identifies as sound's relational dynamic. For the author, this is embedded within sound's tendency to become public expressed in its ability to travel distances, foster cultural expression, and define spaces while being radically flexible.
How does sound embed us within local environments while connecting us to a broader circumference? What consequence does sound art have for notions of spatiality and site-specific practice? Can we engage questions of identity and subjective experience in relation to listening and the resonance of place? Such questions are addressed through consideration of the work of a range of artists, musicians, performers, and composers, including Vito Acconci, Maryanne Amacher, Michael Asher, John Cage, Bill Fontana, Christof Migone, Max Neuhaus, Yasunao Tone, Achim Wollscheid, and Iannis Xenakis.
Intersecting material analysis with theoretical frameworks spanning art and architectural theory, performance studies, and media theory, Background Noise makes the case that sound art should be at the core of contemporary culture.
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