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Action Man wearing Ken clothes, his clothes fit him...but his big hands can?t get through long sleeve shirts.
P.S. I tried all the Ken short sleeved shirts I have, and this one was the only one that fit him. One of the shirts nearly gets ripped!! and the other one had those tiny holes left by the plastic things that hold them to the box, and when stretched the little holes grew more....so its not a good idea to give him Kens shirts. The shoes and pants fit him perfectly.
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Halebidu is located in Hassan District, Karnataka, India. Halebidu was the regal capital of the Hoysala Empire in the 12th century. It is home to one of the best examples of Hoysala architecture in the ornate Hoysaleswara and Kedareswara temples. Halebidu literally means ruined city. This name is given because this city was ruined two times by Bahmani Sultanate.
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First steps into India
Although this slide is badly damaged by fungi, this is a quite special one. These are our first steps out of the Bombay airport in 1973. I had never set a foot out of France, and here I was in India going to take a crowded suburban train through the slums of Bomaby: quite a shock... But this journey would shape many things to come.
Bombay, India, 1973
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Taken with my new Canon 1Ds Mark II. Well, OK, I just like typing that. I stopped by The Camera Store and tried out about $10,000 worth of camera equipment. What could I take pictures of? Well, OK, my bike in the parking lot.
I tried the Canon 85mm prime lens, which actually I really liked, then the L-Series Canon 50mm prime F/1.2 lens (what a monster that thing was), and lastly, the L-Series 17-40mm zoom lens. Calling that lens a zoom lens was sort of a misnomer, especially when mounted to the Canon 5D or 1DS, which have full-frame sensors. I swear, I took this picture with the rear tail light lens literally almost touching the camera's lens.
A while back I saw a National Geographic special about one of their photographers and one time, while covering a rodeo, they had actually assigned a guy to pull him back from the shots just in case he gets too close. Playing with this lens, it's really easy to imagine wanting to get closer... and closer... and CLOSER... until you get whacked in the face by a bucking bronco! Danger.
GROB G109B G-BMLK smc PENTAX-FA 80-320mm F4.5-5.6 12-09-09 IMGP2573
This is a rare one, passed near the house once but later came back (straight over us) & I had the Pentax ready (in sport mode - should have set it to shutter priority)!
Camera: Pentax K-m
Exposure: 0.002 sec (1/500)
Focal Length: 200 mm
ISO Speed: 250
Exposure Bias: +1 EV
Flash: Off, Did not fire
Lens Type: smc PENTAX-FA 80-320mm F4.5-5.6
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Digital Nature Photography: The Art and the Science
Over 50,000 photographers can't be wrong! John and Barbara Gerlach finally write the book their workshop attendees have been asking for!
Digital Nature Photography is a how-to guide for photographers who want to take their work to the next level. Written by professionals with over 20 years experience, the Gerlachs reveal enlightening techniques for shooting nature images in the field. The combination of artistic approach and impeccable technique will help you capture your next great image.
·Learn what equipment works best in the field, and why, as well as tips for superb shots
·Create sharp images at capture with detailed instructions for digital exposure
·Master the three factors that lead to excellent images: technique, subject and situation
Exploring Chisholm Creek Park – A Lesson in Nature Photography
Two years ago I never imagined this poster would be possible, because it contains images only from Chisholm Creek Park, a single city park well within the Wichita city limits. I’ve been taking pictures for many years, but I never got my camera out to take nature photos in Kansas. I only got the camera out when I travelled to visit national parks and other exotic places. Quite frankly, I didn’t believe there was much to photograph here in the great plains of the American Midwest, fondly referred to as flyover country by people living to the east and west, as in you fly over it to get to somewhere good.
It all started when I bought my first digital camera after shooting slides for many years. I wanted to try out the camera and get used to it before I went on a trip. I chose the city park nearest my home for this exercise because I’d used the trails for training for backpacking and I knew there were a few ducks and geese there. My first day of new digital camera practice was April 9, 2006 (isn’t EXIF data wonderful!). I shot some geese and the plain orange cloudless sunset that day. The next day I tried again. It was early spring and there were some flowers blooming and a nice pink cloud sunset. The next day after that featured a spectacular sunset with great sunbeams flowing from the clouds. It was like photo crack – I got hooked real fast.
It turns out Chisholm Creek Park is a bit special, not just another weed field like I first thought. Its 282 acres and 2 ? miles of paved trails cross native and restored tallgrass prairies, wetlands, ponds and woodlands representative of the major habitat types of the Great Plains. Since the park is managed to maintain the diversity and quality of habitat there’s a lot to photograph in a small area.
Spring did its thing and soon there were ducklings and many more wildflowers. Who can resist ducklings? I liked to shoot wildflowers so I decided to try to get a shot of each different species. I had no idea there were so many different kinds of prairie wildflowers. Then there were goslings and caterpillars and muskrats, turtles and egrets and red-winged blackbirds, bees and butterflies, bullfrogs and snakes, and many more nice clouds and sunsets. I got into the habit of going out for a photo walk for an hour or so around sunset three or four days a week. I set a goal of photographing something new every time I went out, and when you’re looking for something new every time, you pay attention to everything. As Yogi Berra was supposed to have said, “You can observe a lot just by looking.” Many things I saw only a single day out of the many times I went for a photo walk. I didn’t fail to find something new to shoot until winter arrived. I don’t do winter, so I put the camera away when it got too cold.
The next spring I started a little earlier, in March. I’d missed some early-season wildflowers the first year. It’s hard to shoot landscapes in the city, but I began to learn where the best angles were in different seasons as the sun traversed its annual cycle. I also learned the best angles to avoid showing the man-made things just beyond the park boundaries from TV and light towers to the K-96 highway that runs down the middle of the park to the Home Depot store to the east. I tried to get a better shot of the wildflowers I’d shot the year before and continued to find new wildflower species to shoot, not to mention new kinds of bugs and butterflies. I discovered that unlike other places, autumn is the peak wildflower season here.
This year seemed to have an amazing series of sunsets, and I found some more good angles to shoot them. I made an effort to go out every day I could see good clouds out my window. Alas, there are other things to do and I didn’t get to witness every single sunset, but I tried.
I found out the prairie has a seasonal succession of plants in bloom. There is a completely new crop of wildflowers in the same place a month or two after the previous one finished, three or four wildflowers crops in a single season. A lot of wildflowers and bugs only appear for a short season and I’m just beginning to understand where and when different species will bloom. Now in my third year of shooting, I tried this year to get even better shots of things I’d shot before. This really stretched my photographic creativity and I experimented much more in difficult lighting conditions and with more difficult wildlife shots like birds in flight. There were lots of dismal failures, but once in a while I’d get something amazing. With digital, experiments are free, so why not play around? I was certainly lucky this year since it was a wet year and the vegetation was lush through the entire growing season. The tallgrass got really tall this year and the autumn sunflower bloom turned out to be spectacular.
I would have though it would get harder and harder to find things to photograph walking the same two or three miles of trails over and over again, but that hasn’t happened. It s
Bee Fly on Clover...(First Set).......5-26-08 ... Bombyliidae Species
I'm making TWO Sets of series, one afte another, of this cute little bug, but please only comment on THIS series for ALL of them, so there isn't so much trouble for each one. I thank you for visiting and looking at both series! I thought this was such a unique little guy. He was very tiny and buzzed around like a humming bird!! I've never seen one before and haven't seen one since.
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Here is some Info about this Bee Fly (Bombylius Major)
Bee Fly - Bombylius major
Adult bee flies become active about the third week of April here in the American midwest. They are extremely agile and quick fliers, very wary and difficult to approach. They rarely actually alight on a flower, preferring instead to hover just above, while lowering their proboscis for nectar.
Female bee fly's large compound eyes do not meet at the top.
Bee flies are stout-bodied flying insects said to resemble long-legged bumble bees. Many bee flies have elongated mouthparts that form a conspicuous beak, used for sucking nectar long-distance while hovering over flowers. Bee flies much prefer to hover in midair while doing their nectaring, undoubtedly to avoid capture for those who lurk about flower blooms looking for an easy meal, such as the ambush bugs and the crab spiders. Adult bee flies become active about the third week in April.
You most often see bee flies hovering around flowers, or if resting, usually on the ground, on bare soil. They are extremely wary and difficult to approach. No doubt their large compound eyes give them good vision, plus they have that air-motion sensing mechanism that helps the ordinary house fly avoid the swatter. Adult bee flies drink nectar, but the larvae are parasites of beetle larvae as well as the brood of solitary wasps and bees, the hole or burrow-nesting insects. There are tales of female bee flies hovering over a hole in the ground, flicking her eggs into the hole. Female Bombylius have often been seen sitting in very loose soil, vibrating her butt like mad, so that the dirt is actually thrown outwards. This, is thought as one egg-laying process.
Many bee flies have boldly patterned wings, but it's their shape that generally tips off that a specimen is in the Bombyliidae family. The shape is reminiscent of the best swept-wing fighter jets. The relatively short and usually pointed antennae are another clue, along with, of course, that dangerous-looking beak. Good thing these flies don't bite or sting. All in all, a fascinating insect worthy of study. Next springtime, why not take a trip to the woods? You'll find these gals busily gathering nectar from the dandelions along your favorite sunny path.
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Digital Nature Photography is the definitive how-to book on photographing nature with a digital camera. Focusing primarily on the art of taking the picture in the field—rather than just manipulating the image after it has been shot—this comprehensive guide is geared to the nature photographer who is fairly new to the world of digital cameras. Packed with step-by-step directions and resplendent full-color examples from the author’s own body of work, readers will receive hands-on practice with lighting, composition, landscapes, sunrises, sunsets, animal portraits, close-ups, manipulating and storing images, and much more. The essential reference for every level of photographer, Digital Nature Photography guides the reader through a magnificent and unique visual experience into the natural world.
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At weekend while I was checking to see if the wall lizards along Springbourne cliff line were still about this far into autumn I managed to get a few sightings of this lovely kestrel hunting.
I've seen the Kestrels here take small birds in the winter and the local stonechats are always on the look out. But at this time of year voles, mice and lizards will still be high on the kestrels shopping list. And seconds after I took these shots it did dive down and catch what looked like a mouse or vole.
I was very lucky with these......because I was just about to drive off and head for the heathlands when I spotted this one hovering near-by. Managed to grab my camera and take a few shots :-)
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A few pics I've rediscovered from when I started out, using film.
Three times I've had that rotten feeling in the pit of my stomach - photos lost; moments captured that'll never be shared. This was time two and initiated my move to a DSLR. The winder got stuck and, pulling too hard, I tore the film from the sprocket and reel.
The camera shop took the time to rescue and develop the film, but they were unable to save the camera. I used another 2nd hand Minolta body for a couple of months but the move to digital was irresistible.
St George's Day, 2006: Manchester.
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Found at a garage sale in Perth, Western Australia a while ago.Very small and highly sexy 8ml camera, fits in the palm of your hand. In relation to a small digital video camera of today.
Circa 1920 AD.
Taken with my Wista SP large format camera and my Wista 6x9 film back. This is as close as my 210mm lens will focus.
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Deal pier at dusk ..........
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Clock Tower, Leicester
I suspect that all that now remains from this scene is the clock tower! In fact, I can't orientate it, because the view has changed so dramatically.
Wonderful signs: I wonder what 'the Palace' was!
Postmark is confusing. Looks like 'Dec 12 65' but stamp is most definitely an Edward VII ha'penny. So, must date to 1905 (which is backed up by the costumes of the people in the scene).
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"I AM MAX"
My pro account expires tomorrow. Hard to believe it's been a year. Anywho, I shall be reduced to what, 200 photos? I'm not sure. I think it's only 200. Does that mean all the favourites of my photos disappear too? That'd be sad. I had a lot on them last year.
I would have preferred a less overcast day, & a clearer background, but this is okay. It actually took me about 5 minutes to get rid of the chair & the shadow - in the past it would have taken me way longer, so I was pleased. Anyway, this is Max. I saw "I am Legend" with him in the cinema & then he said it should be Max, because he is a legend, so I occasionally think of that now.
Anyway, he's over from Germany. I think I spent around 2hours with him today before he had to go over to Amy's. I've never really used guys in photos - apart from my brother - so I had no idea what to do with him. He sested flying, but didn't want to copy anything that I'd done with Hannah, so he decided to be a superhero. I quite like it.
Last night I went to sleep before it got too light outside. It was like sometime after 4am. Sometimes if it's just a little bit too light I really strle. My Dad tried to get me up at 11am & called from school to tell me the weather was nice but the humidity was better due to the nice breeze & that he'd be home in an hour. I figured that if the weather was really going to be nice then it'd be nice in an hour when my Dad got home, & that I'd almost manage 8 hours sleep by then. So at least I'm getting a proper amount of sleep, even if it's at weird hours.
I just spent the hour reading & then editing. I'm sure if you calculate the amount of hours I'm spending editing, the amount of work I'm giving them, & the hours I spent actually photographing that I'm being underpaid. My Dad said not to whinge. It was a bit too breezy out for me, so I lay in the Garden Room again with my legs in the sun while editing. & that's how I passed my afternoon. & I made lunch & meant to read the paper but freaking forgot. Annoying. My Dad told me about the end of his speech (he;'s finished writing it now) & it sounded really good. I wish I could listen to it this year, but I'm basically not allowed to go. Just as he finished telling me I got a text from Max asking if I was ready for him to come over. I forgot to reply (was too busy listening to my Dad play 'Crazy in Love' - an awesome song - in his study) but eventually text back telling him I needed to put on some clothes. Obviously I was dressed, I just wasn't dressed appropriately for company.
Max came round just after 5pm, & we went to sit out in the garden & just chatted. I didn't really have much to say. I used to be able to chat to him for hours. I guess unless I'm going to describe what I've been reading or what photos I've been editing I don't have much to say these days. He asked about this guy I used to hang out with a bit, & told me he's decided he actually likes his girlfriend now. I pity whoever he ends up marrying.
Hugh came home then & came out to say hey. He looked quite bad. Sunburnt, eyes puffy, possible hayfever. Poor thing. I said I would usually hang out with him, but I haven't seen Max in like a year, so . . . & then Max & I talked about me ruling the world - it will happen. Oh, & how Tristan's come out now. I told him about meeting his boyfriend, & then there was the question of receiving or giving. It doesn't matter who I'm talking to about his coming out, they will always bring that up. I said something stupid & then Max thought I was talking from personal experience, which I totally freaking wasn't. Eew. Hugh came outside again to tell me about how he basically yelled at their instructor & what an awful time he'd had. I just wanted to give him a massive hug, but he probably wouldn't have appreciated that in front o Max. But he seemed so upset! He went back in then & I fed Max. Well, he had some dry toast & like 3 glasses of water. Apparently expos dehydrate you. When I went to fetch him a glass of water Hugh was in the kitchen & looking even worse. He'd just gotten back from the nurse checking him out, & apparently it's not hayfever, or conjunctivitis. He had muscle damage, or was it tissue damage . . . aren't they practically the same thing? & was basically battered all over. He listed off everything he'd been checked for. I worry so much when he's away, & this doesn't make me feel any better. & he also told me that there's a really high probability that he'll see a bear when he's Canada, which just makes me worry even more.
Sooo then it was photo time. He refused to get wet though, so that stopped that plan. Actually, I've been wanting to do a water photo with Hannah for a while, but I worry that I will bore her with my constant snapping. He sested flying, & I think this was the 3rd attempt, out of 4. The first time I didn't focus,
I just had to unbox this Christmas gift before it's given away. The Lumix LX-5 in white is a stunning piece. I love the white, except it's a bit of a chick camera in white. So I guess I better give it away.
For all you gear nuts, they've fixed a bunch of things that I don't like about the LX-3/Leica D-Lux 4 that are immediately evident. the detents on the mode dial are way stiffer, so it doesn't flip out of mode as easily. The 1:1 is a nice touch, and the thumb wheel at the back is also very nice, compared to the joystick on the earlier version.
I actually prefer the ergonomics of the Panasonic over the Leica in the grip. The one-touch button for video is nice too.
After I give it, I'm going to borrow it (she also wants some lessons in how to use it, so the borrow will be the remuneration), and do some comparisons between it and the LX-3/ D-Lux 4.
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Leica D-Lux 5
Because of its large size, I've been using my 5D Mk2 less and less. So, I sold one of my Canon lenses to get the D-Lux 5.
I am not writing to endorse either product, or tell you which I think is better. The results are subjective and dependent of a photographer's skills. So, why the D-Lux 5 and not the Panasonic LX-5 which is essentially the same camera with a cheapter price tag?
I've owned both the D-Lux 4 and the Panasonic LX3. After shooting with an LX3 for well over a year, I sold it to purchase the D-Lux 4. I then sold the D-Lux 4 around when D-Lux 5 was announced.
I chose D-Lux 5 because:
1. I dislike the look of the Panasonic LX-5. I like the design of the D-Lux--it's simple, understated yet elegant. I'm a designer so, I do care about the looks.
In fact,I don't care about the "red dot." I would much prefer it without the Leica logo and just plain black.
2. I get a legitimate version of Adobe Lightroom--LR is an important tool to me, because I post-process most, if not all of my images.
3. I prefer how the D-Lux renders the colors and out of focus areas. The difference is not obvious unless you've shot with Leica lenses on Leica digital cameras.
Most people don't believe in the existence of the "Leica-look," nor care. But, IMO, it's there--through a little post-processing. Just like how Foveon images have their "look" when processed using Sigma Pro Photo Software, Leica D-Lux 4 has a smoother blur and more 3-Dness when post-processed vignette is added and through a little tweak of levels. Panasonic rendering simply do not have it (in the same way Leica does). Now, I haven't fully tested the D-Lux 5, but I presume it'll be similar to the D-Lux 4 results (and hopefully better).
4. D-Lux resale value is better. I tend to cycle through my digital cameras rather quickly.
Now, I'm looking forward to shooting with it and taking it with me to a trip to Myanmar. My thoughts on it will definitely be posted on Flickr.
Leica D-LUX 3 With Case
The unique manual setting options give you the freedom to create images that express your own style. Use the high-quality Leica lens to take stunning shots from the wide-angle to the telephoto range. With O.I.S. optical stabilization technology and ultra fast processing, the LEICA D-LUX 3 sets new standards in its class. Choose between 3 picture formats, achieve first-class image quality with the camera's 10 megapixel sensor and assess your shots on the wide-screen display. Small and elegant, the LEICA D-LUX 3 is always ready to make your personal view of the world reality. Aperture - F2.8-F8.0 (wide angle) F4.9-F8.0 (telephoto) Flash modes Choice between automatic ON with or without preflash (red-eye reduction), manual ON (fill-in flash) with orwithout preflash, SLOW sync for longer shutter speeds (with preflash), flash OFF Video Recording - In 16 - 9 format a choice between 1280 x 720 pixels 15 fps or 848 x 480 pixels 30 fps/ 10 fps,in 4 - 3 format a choice between 640 x 480 pixels 30 fps/10 fps or 320 x 240 pixels 30 fps/10 fps.Limited only by memory card capacity, recording with audio. File formats - Still - RAW, JPEG (Fine/Standard), Movie - QuickTime Motion JPEG. Scene Programs - Portraits, sport, night scenes, night portraits, fireworks, parties, snow, self-portraits, food, high-sensitivity mode, Baby 1, Baby 2, soft skin, candlelight, starry skies, landscapes, print Dimensions (WxHxD) - 4.2 x 2.3 x 1 inches (105.7 x 58.3 x 25.6mm) Weight - 6.5oz / 7.8oz (185g/220g) (without/with battery, memory card and lens cap)
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I ran a picture from my iPhone through the app called Polarizer. Decent result, I think. Normally I don't like it when people process their pictures into faux Polaroids, partially because I actually own a couple old SX-70-based Polaroid cameras and don't like wannabe Polaroid shots. :P Also, Fauxlaroids also tend to be sloppily done. Anyway, I played around with the Polarizer app and in some cases it can produce authentic-looking Fauxlaroids. In very small quantities, apps like Polarizer and Camerabag can be really fun and spur one's creativity when shooting with the iPhone. Just remember to use moderation. :)
UPDATE: I just saw the final product uploaded to Flickr and the border is cream-colored instead of white...weird. Could probably fix it in Photoshop Elements if I really cared, but I don't think it's necessary for this cameraphone pic; pretend I scanned it in and didn't fix the white balance. **smirk**
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Yes! I finished my first conversion. I read a lot about the conversion before starting it and I have to confirm that it is just very simple. Only the "raw" parts are heavy but if you just do it, it will work all out.
I got lucky because I got professional help with all the cutting and smoothening. Thanks to Peter and all the other guys!
I shot a pack of 125i today and it works very well. It has some very little light leaks that apeared now and then but I think I can fix that.
Besides I'm blown away by the lens quality. The detph of field and how it can be affected is awesome. I'm looking forward to shoot some 669 with it.
Thanks to everyone sharing their knowledge and experience on these conversions around the web!
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Polaroid PLD-1300 Capture Cam 1300 1.3 MB Digital Camera 8X Binoculars
The Polaroid PLD 1300 is an easy to use binocular digital camera that has a 8x magnification. Not only does it have the capability to hold up to 60 pictures on its built in RAM system, but it also is SD card compatible: allowing the user to store hundreds of more photos. The special ruby coated lenses make for clear image viewing and capturing in one easy location. In addition, this unit allows for quick sequential shot shooting, ensuring you don’t miss any of the action.
The Capture Cam PLD-1300 from Polaroid combines an 8x magnification, 22-millimeter objective binocular with a full-service digital camera built into the binocular for immediate camera-use during binocular viewing. Small enough to fit into your pocket, yet powerful enough to see objects that are up to 1000 yards away, this combination digital camera/binocular allows you to capture the images you view through the binoculars as still photographs or video streams. The binoculars feature roof prisms and fully coated optics for image clarity. The digital camera features a high-precision lens with an IR coating for clarity and 8x magnification--equal to that of the binocular. With an LCD screen, camera operation is simplified and thanks to 64 MB of built-in memory the Capture Cam allows you to store up to 200 high resolution or 800 low resolution images. The camera is also capable of capturing video streams. With USB connectivity, downloading pictures and video streams to the computer is quick and easy. And, for greater in-camera storage capacity and greater flexibility, the Capture Cam is SD card compatible. The Capture Cam operates using two AAA batteries (sold separately) and comes complete with a CD installation program, a user guide, and a USB Cable. The Capture Cam carries a one-year warranty from Polaroid.
Prism Type: Roof
Focus Type: Center
Objective Lens Diameter: 22 millimeters
Angle of View: 7 degrees
Field of View: 122 feet at 1000 yards
Minimum focus: 17 feet
Exit Pupil: 2.75 millimeters
Digital Camera Specifications:
LCD Display: 22 x 16 millimeters
Image Sensor: 1/3-inch Color VGA (1280 x 1024 pixels) CMOS
Resolution: 1280 x 1024 pixels high; 640 x 480 pixels low
Camera Range: 49 feet to infinity
Built-in Memory: 64MB SDRAM memory
Video mode: 600 seconds of streaming in CIF resolution
Erase last/all pictures
Quick sequential shooting
Self-timer for photo and video capturing
Computer Interface: built-in USB 1.1 port
Software Requirements: Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP
Power: two AAA batteries
Auto power off
No power consumption when USB is connected
What's in the Box?
Capture Cam PLD 1300, Installation CD, user manual, USB cable
I never met a camera I didn't like
Part of my collection. I bought these at yard sales, flea markets and on Ebay. I also sold some of them on EBay too. Some work, some don't, and for most, film is unavailable. I also have a number of digital cameras both still & video that are not displayed here.
A little bit better quality pic of my stuff that I took with my digital camera after taking the pic with my Polaroid. Obviously, same view, angle, etc... just a little bit closer in than the Polaroid. It's sharper too.
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"The CompactFlash (CF) memory is a never-fall product. Even when many other mini and micro memory cards are available on the market, the CF card can still stand in the market for its high capacity and excellent performance. In fact, the CF card is still the best choice for many high-level digital SLR cameras and industrial-grade PCs. However, the data read/write speed and capacity of traditional CF cards are unable to fulfill the needs of modern digital SLR cameras because the performance of high-level SLR cameras will be reduced when the data read/write speed of memory cards is not fast enough. Therefore, Team introduces the super-speed Team CF Card tailored for high-level digital SLR cameras. Its super data read/write speed can make the camera action and image storage smoother to display the overall performance of high-level digital SLR cameras and to allow users to record the precious moments in an instant."
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The Joby Gorillapod makes taking digital photos more fun than ever. Designed with self-timer photography in mind, the Gorillapod lets you mount your camera just about anywhere you want so that you can include everyone in your automatic shots. All you need to do is use the universal 1/4-20 screw to attach your camera to the standard tripod mount, then wrap the three flexible segmented legs securely to a nearby tree branch, fence, park bench, or anything else that's convenient.
Say goodbye to holding your camera at arm's length to take a photo of yourself and your friends--now you can be free to pose however you like!
Durable and innovative, the Gorillapod weighs just 1.6 ounces, or 45 grams, and can support cameras weighing up to 12.5 ounces, or 335 grams. Measuring just under six inches in length, the Gorillapod fits easily into any purse, backpack, or even jacket pocket. The Gorillapod family firmly secures your compact digital camera to just about anything... anywhere and everywhere. Unlike traditional tripods, the Gorillapod doesn't require an elevated flat surface for you to take the perfect shot.
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Nikon Coolpix 5700 5MP Digital Camera w/ 8x Optical Zoom
Building on the success of the amateur range of Coolpix cameras, Nikon has introduced the Coolpix 5700 in an attempt to bridge the gap between the amateur and professional markets. This time around Nikon has gone for a semicompact feel, combining an almost palm-size unit with a powerful features one would expect to find on a high-specification midrange digital camera.
The swiveling, swing-out screen on the Coolpix 5700 makes it easier to frame self-portrait, overhead, and floor-level shots.
The Coolpix 5700 comes equipped with an automatic pop-up flash, plus a hot-shoe for additional flash units. The bundled NikonView 5 browser software makes it simple to download, organize, and print images. The package includes a lens cap, camera strap, 16 MB CompactFlash card, AV cable, USB cable, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and battery charger. It is compatible with CompactFlash memory cards (Type I or II), as well as IBM Microdrives.
The 5700 allows the use of the viewfinder or the LCD monitor (which rotates through 180 degrees after it's opened out) for framing a picture, providing full freedom of movement and allowing you to capture a picture at any angle--no matter how obtuse. Zoom capability has been increased on the 5700, and the camera features an impressive 8x optical zoom, the results from which are good at all levels and distances. Supporting a maximum resolution of 2,560 x 1,920 (4.91 megapixels), an ISO range of 100 to 800, and a top shutter speed of 1/4,000, this camera is definitely a good all-rounder, providing you with great flexibility under different conditions.
The 5700 performs admirably, producing results way above expectation. Color balance is good, and the overall results are of a very high quality. We did have a middling complaint about its size, which actually feels a bit on the small size. With an extra couple of centimeters added to the bodywork, the 5700 would have felt much easier to handle and control in everyday usage. The position of the camera strap attachment also seems awkward, being as it is located on the upper right quadrant of the lens housing, making it sometimes difficult to gain a good grip when in use.
These criticisms aside, the Coolpix 5700 is bound to be another sure-fire hit for Nikon, balancing the huge 5-megapixel image size against a competitive pricepoint. For those not yet ready to move up to the professional level of 35mm digital SLRs such as the Nikon D100, the Coolpix 5700 proves to be a worthy alternative. --Elly Russell
Palm-sized 5-megapixel camera with a powerful feature set
Includes sizeable 16 MB memory card--can accept IBM Microdrives
8x optical zoom
Could be slightly larger for easier handling
Nikon's Coolpix 5700 digital camera combines Nikon's world-renowned Nikkor optics, an 8x optical zoom, and a 5-megapixel CCD sensor for superior image quality. With its maximum resolution of 2,560 x 1,920 pixels and file sizes of up to 15 MB, you can create brilliant color prints sized 16 by 20 inches and beyond. The Coolpix 5700 provides great control over picture composition, and plenty of latitude to crop and resize images without digital artifacts becoming noticeable in the final print.
The 8X optical zoom Nikkor lens offers a 35-280mm zoom range (35mm equivalent), and uses Nikon-developed ED (extra-low dispersion) glass. For even greater magnification, the stepless 4x digital zoom provides for a maximum zoom range of 32x, so you can capture details even from great distances.
The Coolpix 5700 features Nikon's exclusive clear-image mode for lower-resolution shooting, plus noise-reduction mode for use with longer exposures. It also offers a three frame-per-second burst mode and a top shutter speed of 1/4,000 second, great for action-packed outdoor and sports photography.
You can frame subjects using the various-angle LCD monitor, or the new electronic viewfinder for through-the-lens viewing of scenes and menus. Nikons "quick review" makes viewing images on the included memory card a snap, and a five-area multi autofocus lets you pick your focus spot.
Its movie mode enables you to record full-motion video for up to one full minute with sound. A built-in speaker provides instant confirmation and playback capabilities for digital movies.
The Coolpix 5700 comes equipped with an automatic pop-up flash, plus a hot shoe for additional flash units. The bundled NikonView 5 browser software (for Mac and Windows) makes it simple to organize, retrieve, and print images. It includes a lens cap, camera strap, 16 MB CompactFlash card, AV cable, USB cable, rechargeable lithium-ion battery (EN-EL1), and battery charger. It is compatible with type I and II CompactFlash memory cards, as well as IBM Microdrives (512 MB and 1 GB).
Today I went to get a shave at my barbershop. The place is under my building and it costs me only 1KD for a shave and 1KD for a haircut. I go there once a week for a shave, and twice a month I get a haircut with the shave. I am what you could call a VIP customer there. The guy in the middle is my barber. The guy on the right I dont like the way he shaves me, but the guy on the left is the pro shaver. I think he is the most qualified from the 3 in shaving. I had him a couple of times and he was great. BUT, because the first time I went there I went with the guy in the middle, from that day on he became my barber by their rule book. Recently my barber (guy in the middle) travelled for 3 months on vacation. So I started using the guy on the left. It was perfect, my dream barber was finally shaving me and cutting me. But then, 3 months later, my old barber comes back. So now what happens? Do I go back to my old barber? Or do I destroy their way of life and go with the barber I always wanted? Will my old barber get pissed or even allow this change to take place? I decided to leave it up to them to decide. So last week I go to the barbershop and turns out my old barber was busy with a customer, so my temporary barber (guy on the left) cut my hair. I was lucky that time, no one had to make a choice. Today I went to my barber and all 3 had no clients! They were just sitting. So I walk in and there was this pause, time slowed down incredibly, and I was like now what, do I sit in my old barbers share, or is it automatically assumed that since the other barber was cutting my hair for 3 months that I should continue with him? Suddenly, my old barber got up, came towards me shook my hands and made me sit in his chair. My old barber is back, and now I am stuck with him for another 3 years or something until his next vacation.
40/52 - Nothing Feels Right
This has been the worst weekend of my life. I haven't stopped crying for 3 days straight. I miss being close with my mumma, no one will ever really understand that. My camera screen broke, yes, my pride and joy, my baby. I was truly devastated, but mumma made me feel a bit better, I slept in her bed next to her that night so I felt loved. My dad has gone to Turkey and Pakistan for a whole month, so it's weird him being gone, I keep thinking he'll be home soon from work, but he's on the other side of the world. I miss talking to him. I almost let go of the person that mattered to me the most. Which would have been the biggest mistake of my life, if I carried on with that decision. I've been feeling so lost and lonely for days. Then work was just terrible, I couldn't stop crying when I was there, luckily a worker from another deparment saw me crying and talked to me, which really helped, he hardly knows me, but he gave me a really nice hug, and that's all I needed, someone to comfort and listen to me. Then to top it all off, I was being stalked by this creepy Indian man who tried to walk with me when I was going home from work. He even tried to grab me when I ran from him, I luckily got away and I can't imagine what could have happened if I didn't run or if I stayed there any longer. I'm staying safe from now on, it's just not worth the risk. I honestly never thought in a million years anything would happen like that to me. Everything just happened all at once, and my head was so messed up.
I never want to feel like this again.
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The Nikon Coolpix L10 combines an array of high-quality components, including a 3x Zoom-Nikkor lens and a bright 2.0-inch LCD screen with in-camera image-improvement features, housed in a lightweight, compact, yet elegantly-finished body. It boasts a powerful 3x Zoom-Nikkor lenses with a focal range equivalent to that of a 38-116mm (35mm equivalent), providing the freedom to zoom in for tight personal portraits or out to capture expansive outdoor scenes. The CCD delivers higher performance within tighter dimensions, greatly adding to the camera's compact form and portability while offering a generous effective megapixel value of 5.0, ensuring the refined image clarity that users have come to expect from other members of the Coolpix family. The Coolpix L10 also features 15 specially programmed modes to automatically handle focus, exposure, white balance and other adjustments that help you take great pictures easily.
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Robot calibration is the process of enhancing the accuracy of a robot by modifying its control software. This book provides a comprehensive treatment of the theory and implementation of robot calibration using computer vision technology. It is the only book to cover the entire process of vision-based robot calibration, including kinematic modeling, camera calibration, pose measurement, error parameter identification, and compensation.
The book starts with an overview of available techniques for robot calibration, with an emphasis on vision-based techniques. It then describes various robot-camera systems. Since cameras are used as major measuring devices, camera calibration techniques are reviewed.
Camera-Aided Robot Calibration studies the properties of kinematic modeling techniques that are suitable for robot calibration. It summarizes the well-known Denavit-Hartenberg (D-H) modeling convention and indicates the drawbacks of the D-H model for robot calibration. The book develops the Complete and Parametrically Continuous (CPC) model and the modified CPC model, that overcome the D-H model singularities. The error models based on these robot kinematic modeling conventions are presented.
No other book available addresses the important, practical issue of hand/eye calibration. This book summarizes current research developments and demonstrates the pros and cons of various approaches in this area. The book discusses in detail the final stage of robot calibration - accuracy compensation - using the identified kinematic error parameters. It offers accuracy compensation algorithms, including the intuitive task-point redefinition and inverse-Jacobian algorithms and more advanced algorithms based on optimal control theory, which are particularly attractive for highly redundant manipulators.
Camera-Aided Robot Calibration defines performance indices that are designed for off-line, optimal selection of measurement configurations. It then describes three approaches: closed-form, gradient-based, and statistical optimization. The included case study presents experimental results that were obtained by calibrating common industrial robots. Different stages of operation are detailed, illustrating the applicability of the sested techniques for robot calibration. Appendices provide readers with preliminary materials for easier comprehension of the subject matter. Camera-Aided Robot Calibration is a must-have reference for researchers and practicing engineers-the only one with all the information!
Folding camera rangefinder calibration
To calibrate the focus on a Zeiss Super Ikonta and Moskva coupled rangefinder cameras.
You need a tiny screwdriver, a "crystal" CD case, and a powerful loupe. Oh, the cable trigger is useful too.
First, manufacture yourself a nice ground "glass" using the CD case. You know how these things break easily. Well this time to it on purpose. Using a sharp knife, just strongly "mark" a 65mm by 120mm strip of the case.
Then take a very very thin sandpaper and gently polish the surface you marked until it is perfectly opaque. When you are happy with a nice smooth finish, *break* the surrounding plastic until you have your nice strip of rigid and clean ground glass. Be sure to clean the plastic properly afterward.
Next, remove the camera back, and use rubber bands to hold the piece og "ground glass" on the film transport. The face you polished must be toward the lens, it is on that surface that the image forms. Make sure the plastic is perfectly placed on the film plane.
Next, make sure your rangefinder is set and blocked on infinity. Use a very distant landmark, like a church or similar. Pick a very contrasty feature, set on a nice sky, this will help a lot.
Now, using the small screwdriver, unscrew the 3 tiny screws that are set along the border of the lens front element. Do *not* unscrew all the way, just a couple turns will suffice for the purpose.
Once this is done you should be able to remove that ring.
At that point, you will have access to the front element proper, including it's treads.
If you feel brave, you can unscrew it completely (make sure you mark the thread position when it comes off, so you can out it back exactly as it was) and clean the glass.
You can also use lighter fuel to disolve the grease of the thread and replace it with new one. A good compromise is to let a couple of drops of lighter fuel on the crew threads to soften the old grease...
Anyway, once you are happy that the glass is clean the the focusing is smooth, screw back the front element in completely in.
Next position the camera on a tripod and direct it at your favourite contrasty landmark; set the lens to wide open aperture, then use the cable trigger with the camera set on "B" bulb mode to open the shutter.
You will see your landmark, in reverse, on your ground glass.
Now it's a question of using the loupe to find the perfect focus position for infinity. take your time, and when you are happy make sure you don't touch the focus ring any further.
When that is done, position back the ring you had unscrewed and removed earlier (again, being careful not to move the front element) and re-screw your 3 little screws to hold it in place. Don't force anything, just use "reasonable" to "light" torque.
There you are ! perfectly calibrated rangefinder !
many of you already know about this, but everyone should.
So, in the spirit of getting cameras actually doing exactly what you tell them to do, I offer the total ghetto method shutter tester for dapper old film cameras. It is very accurate.
All you need is some frosty invisible tape, your camera, an old television or CRT computer monitor.
Since the television sweeps at 60 frames a second, (set the refresh rate of computer monitors to 60 to work right) it will show you the exact fraction of a 60th you camera would be exposing your film.
The easy ghetto way is to open up the back of your camera, and make a ground glass out of frosted tape. Just stretch it in front of the shutter (don't touch the shutter with the tape or anything else!) and attach it to the pressure plate rails. These are shiny areas on either side that have been precisely machined to hold the film in the correct place. My next few pics are of that process.
With all this nonsense in place, you can leave the back of your camera open, and take pictures of the old television. You will see the image on the tape. It will look like these examples and be pretty obvious. at 125th you should see half of the screen illuminated. 250th: a quarter... You get the idea.
Just thought I should get this out of my head. I think it's kind of nice to know.
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Painting With Light
I frequently get asked about what started me off in photography. In truth, i can't remember the exact moment, but i can't remember never having a camera or being around one. From early memories of my father taking pics with his SLR and all the filters he carried, to just always being around cameras (basic and advanced).
I guess one of the moments i remember was an early part of my life when one christmas i was given a Disc camera. I felt sick with excitement. I had a brand new camera which was the latest technology. A few months (and several discs later) i was in the west highlands of Scotland and attempted to cature some amazing clouds and sunsets on the 15 frames you got on those films. On returning home and geting my prints back from the lab, i was sooooooo disappointed, but i began to understand some of the fundamental physics of photography. You need to control the light, the larger the recording surface, the more detail it can cope with, and the lense needs to be able to see properly.
A couple of years later i had my first SLR and also learned how to process and print my pictures. Having control of the camera was one thing, but realising that i could also control the finished image in a darkroom really opened my eyes!
Moving on several years, i started using photoshop to further explore possibilities, and eventually experimented with digital cameras. Although i was encouraged with the results and technology, i always felt that i'd stick with film. Digital SLR's were still a little way off, and initially VERY expensive. But when i started working for a high street photography store, i took the plunge and invested in a Nikon D100 and never looked back. I had developed my photoshop skills, and now had a camera to match what i knew about photography. That was about 8 years ago and from then on i realised that although my previous love was for art and drawing, a camera was also my best friend. I could now create my art with a camera.
Over the years i have had several digital SLRs and i've worked with photoshop almost every day. I now look at myself as part photographer, part digital artist. I still love to produce a straight forward image from the camera (some call it SOOC, but i feel too many people use this as an excuse for poorly thought out images. Sorry, i'm a snob. If you have a great image without the need of processing, you don't have to shout about it - people can see! But mostly its used for half baked shots that could have been better or improved with editing. And don't get me started on those who claim to shoot RAW and call an image SOOC!!!!).
Anyway, i digress...
Those who know me, also know how passionate i am about photography and what i do, but if it wasn't from learning anout how cameras work, how they are made, how to process an image (in the darkroom, in a lab, or in photoshop) i think i would still be just a happy snapper. Being surrounded ny the art and the technology has only inspired me to keep on improving.
People ask what makes a great photographer. If i knew that, i wouldn't be still taking pics! Yes, i am proud of some of my pics (whether its some of my wildlife or maybe a landscape or model shoot or even my Stormies), but if i thought i had got as good as i could be, then whats the pont of keeping going? Its the passion and strive to learn something new, do something different, inspire others teach someone something and record something unique that keeps me going.
I had planned to finish off with some of the myths of photography, but i might save that for a follow up post. But to finish off, i just want to say that no matter what level you are at in photography (or digital art), keep on going! Its hard sometimes, and sometimes the inspiration comes and goes, but places like flickr are a breeding ground for great artists, amazing friends, and a wealth of information and inspitration.
I have had an amazing year or two of awards and competition wins, commissions and experiences, and have made so many good friends (and a very special friend) here on flickr. If it wasn't for you guys, i'd be twiddling my thumbs.
Thank you for the inspiration and encouragement. More new photography will be coming soon (i took this shot of part of my camera collection over 4 years ago!). Keep it up guys!
The Old Time Charm of Negatives
I have been using a Digital SLR for 3 years the rotten Nikon D70.
It has gone dead on me I just called their authorised dealers Interfoto they told me to bring it back to Life , it would cost me RS 7000.
It has died several times, only once I was compensated by Nikon , I was refunded Rs 7000/that itself goes to prove that the Nikon D70 was a hastly launched product without proper feed back at the time of research.
So it has been discontinued.
Than came Nikon D70s.
So many launches , but discontinued I am told.. this is not bitching or bad mouthing , a brand that I used from the time I began Photography.
I swore by Nikon, I bought the Nikon F100 which I prefer to digital.
It has not let me down ever in about 5 years.
That is why we bought Nikon.
We could have moved to Canon, but we had Nikon lenses paraphernalia.
So we were self fucked so to speak.
Nikon does not care a damn, at the end of the day it is a greater loot they get in repairs , spare parts , so why bother.
There are guys who cannot be as vicious in their views as some of the wedding photographers who bought this camera are not net savvy, also on Nikon forums , there is no one to help or guide you.Nikon has paid guys who defend Nikon if you bad mouth it.This is brand placement brand loyalty.
In Mumbai it saddens me that people buy from the grey market , as the taxes kill you.
The photographer is raped , I talk of the professional photographer, luckily I joined as a member of the All IndiaPhotographic Trade as they were helping hobbyists like us , but of late it is just a body for traders having a good time..Its all about Profit , the Grey Market too is controlled by a Photogrphy Mafia.Less said the better.
I will give up my life membership , I was sadly disillusioned.
I had thought having their membership would get me benefits , but as a member I was thrown out of the last Mumbai Foto Fair exhibition by their commitee member because I was barefeet.. this is how they treat guys who do not live conventional life as they do.
Any way I always carried the F100 just in case , so at the Delhi Moharam Chehlum procession I shot negatives.
I find I get better results , finer details..in the Nikon D 70 the problem was dust accumulation,in the sky region that even with extreme cloning I could not save.
I am at the moment using the F100.. with a Fuji 400 film.
Sometimes I want to give up shooting pictures completely sheer waste of time , I do not begrudge thse photographers who make money through the camera that is their prerogative..
I never ever had the urge to make money ,from photography, my kind of photography is best given free.I am a street blog photographer 300 dpi save for web.
I share my culture, my world as a Photo Blogger is enough for me.
I am lucky I am a poet , more sensitive than those who shoot rubbish and show case it in Indian newspapers.Yes they are called photojournalists.
But if the government eased on taxes , made the Camera an important part of a childs growth, I think some great photographers will be born, by this gesture from the Finance Minister.
A camera helps you grow, you see things better, you love all religions, you go out shoot , share , you bond with others.You learn to Love ..Camera keeps you away from Hate..
Maybe I sound naive perhaps I am a dreamer , my kind too are people who will die unsung..
This litle bit of Blogging is for my unborn grandson so he knows incase I die before he his born, why his fathers old man is different from his own father.
I hope his father Asif Shakir forgives me for the mortality of my words..or my shortcomings as a Father when he was growing , while I was growing within a bottle of Alcohol.
May 3rd, 2007
photo of safed tazia chehlum in delhi.. moharam
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Day and Night (Xav)
Day and night (what, what)
I toss and turn, I keep stressing my mind, mind (what, what)
I look for peace but see I don't attain (what, what)
What I need for keeps this silly game we play, play
Now look at this (what, what)
Madness to magnet keeps attracting me, me (what, what)
I try to run but see I'm not that fast (what, what)
I think I'm first but surely finish last, last
Cuz day and night
The lonely stoner seems to free his mind at night
He's all alone through the day and night
The lonely loner seems to free his mind at night (at, at, at night)
Day and night
The lonely stoner seems to free his mind at night
He's all alone, some things will never change (never change)
The lonely loner seems to free his mind at night (at, at, at night)
Hold the phone (what, what)
The lonely stoner, mr. solo doe low (what, what)
He's on the move can't seem to shake the shade (what, what)
Within his dreams he see's the life he made, made
The pain is deep (what, what)
A silent sleeper you won't hear a peep, peep (what, what)
The girl he wants don't see no one into (what, what)
It seems the feelings that she had are through, through
Slow moe, (what, what)
When the temple slows up and creates that new, new (what, what)
He seems alive though he is feeling blue (what, what)
The sun is shining man he's super cool, cool
The lonely nights (what, what)
They fade away he slips into his white nights (what, what)
He smokes a clip and then he's on the way (what, what)
To free his mind in search of,
To free his mind in search of,
To free his mind in search of,
Cuz day and night
The lonely stoner seems to free his mind at night
He's all alone through the day and night
The lonely loner seems to free his mind at night (at, at, at night)
Day and night
The lonely stoner seems to free his mind at night
He's all alone, some things will never change (never change)
The lonely loner seems to free his mind at night (at, at, at night)
At, at, at night
The Beatles : " A HARD DAY'S NIGHT " 1964
The Beatles' film " A Hard Day's Night " was at the London Pavilion Leicester Square in 1964 . The London Pavilion cinema had superb sound compared to my local " flea-pits " .
The Film had been "world premiered" at the London Pavilion on July 6th 1964 .
As for The Beatles, they had performed in my local Nottingham , Odeon Cinema on Angel Row near the Old Market Square on May 23rd of 1963 with other performers one of whom was Roy Orbison the American rock'n'roller whom I and many others went to see .
As at that time only a relative few of the general public had even heard of the Beatles it was surprising to the slightly older members of the audience at the second house performance that there was a clear division of favours or loyalty towards either The Beatles or Roy Orbison ; and though the American was very enthusiastically appreciated it was the foursome who were given the loudest reception .
Seated in large numbers particularly at the left hand side of the theatre's stalls were numerous young girls who screamed immediately the curtains went back to reveal their own personal favourites. Then as the group began their "Please,Please Me" song the screaming girls raised their noise to even louder approval .
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