Among The Stars

Among The Stars

Posted by alexandriabrangwin on 2017-04-01 06:55:25

Tagged: , Alexandria Brangwin , Second Life , 3D , CGI , Computer , Graphics , Virtual , world , photography , Elysion , adult , lounge , sim , beautifully , crafted , artspace , upper , floor , library , sailing , boat , flying , stars , lamps , lights , fair , dust , sparkles , books , wide , angle , panorama

USB Cable Overview

USB Cable Overview

L-com Global Connectivity (www.L-com.com) provides an overview of their USB cable products.

L-com offers an extensive line of unique and hard to find USB cables that are in stock and ready to ship same day. Here’s a quick overview of some of those cables. . .

Our best selling standard style cables include the premium USB series with 20 gauge power leads, as well as our industry standard deluxe USB series which feature 26 gauge power leads.

We offer latching USB cables which work well with any manufacturers female USB jacks.

Our panel mount USB cables are available in both molded and ECF flange styles and are perfect for passing USB cables through panels and enclosures.

Our IP67 waterproof USB cables are panel mountable, rugged and designed to stand up to dust and moisture often found in manufacturing and industrial environments.

Our right angle USB cables are available in many exit and connector combinations and their molded backshells provide durability and increased strength at cable entry point. These cables solve difficult connection problems in tight places.

And our low smoke zero halogen USB cables can be used in confined space applications such as aircraft, mass transit rail systems, and seagoing vessels where the protection of people is essential.

These are just some of L-com’s many off the shelf USB cables that are in stock, and we can custom build USB cables to your exact specifications, so please contact us today.

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Posted by L-com Global Connectivity on 2012-04-06 20:07:14

Tagged: , usb , cables , 20 , AWG , 26 , latching , panel , mount , molded , style , ECF , flange , waterproof , right , angle , custom , cable , overview , features , Universal , Serial , Bus , Computer , Laptop

285/365 The Man, The Hat, The Beast.

285/365 The Man, The Hat, The Beast.

today after work I came home and watched a few episodes of Fullmetal Alchemist before I got ready for make out tonight. after I was ready to go I took my photo of the day. I just had Kaleb pick out a few props and this is what he chose haha I tried to make it look kinda old timey.
after I had this up I went downtown for make out and set up my stuff. tonight Johan (the dj) told everyone to tip me so I did a little better in tips. he said he would say it more next week 😀
tonight was rocky horrow picture show themed so that was fun :3 but by 12am I was ready to be done. but this thing goes until 1:30am so I still had a while.
once I got home I put the photos on my computer and watched some Fullmetal while I waited. then I went to bed!

fact of the day:
Most dust particles in your house come from dead skin.

View On Black

NEWEST BRUTAL BROTHERS VIDEO:
Annoying Game of Rock, Paper, Scissors.

taken 10-12-10
uploaded 10-12-10

check out my brothers and I’s youtube channel!
Brutal Brothers Films

TWITTER: @JarrethHunt
DAILYBOOTH @JarrethHunt <—- I upload photos here too!

COMMENT 😀

Posted by Jarreth Hunt Photography on 2010-10-13 00:44:48

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Shift+Enter

Shift+Enter

remembering a love for macro shots, and making a few "stock photo" shots for my website/blog in development.

Posted by zenobia_joy on 2011-01-31 19:29:38

Tagged: , laptop , computer , keyboard , macro , keys , Shift , Enter , square , b/w , angle , screen , type , buttons , home , work , tool , dust

control?

control?

found in a abandoned congresshotel in Austria. (2014)

Posted by LichtGespiele on 2014-02-26 09:36:59

Tagged: , Austria , abandoned , Angle , alt , ancient , Architecture , alleine , alone , Baumann , haunted , dark , beautiful , beauty , building , Canon , decay , dead , death , dust , Exploration , UE , vergessen , verlassen , verloren , Verfall , forgotten , forsaken , glamour , horror , Infiltration , LichtGespiele , Wide , lost , LP , left , light , melancholy , Österreich , old , over , tot , Hotel , Congress , rotten , place , rust , rusty , ruin , remain , ruins , red , residential , room , Stefan , spooky , Tisch , Urban , URbex , UWW , ultra , vergangen , window , work , scary , PC , Computer , Server , back , backlight , shadow

Disaster [7/365]

Disaster [7/365]

something terrible happened yesterday. my camera decided that it wanted to almost bathe the sensor in dust. i am not talking one or two dust spots, i am talking many. so i attempted to dislodge them with a blower. worst. idea. ever. now i have to send away my camera to be properly cleaned 🙁 and will be cameraless for 3-5 days.

as if this wasnt enough, in the morning i went to turn on my computer, and it refused to boot. having some knowledge of computers i attempted a fix, but this issue was beyond me. i enlisted the help of another far greater than i at computer repair, and managed to bring it back from the brink of death. however all of this meant that i didnt have time to post a photo of the day.

now because i no longer have a camera to work with, i have decided to scour through my old photos and re-edit them, and show some of my best work.

this was a shot taken at the beginning of 2015 down at petrel cove SA. i was lucky enough for this photo to be chosen for an editors choice on 500px, so far the proudest moment of my photography journey to date.

i feel i have rambled enough. but if you have happened to have read this far, i thank you. feel free to offer some CC below if you wish

Posted by StevenFox(Mortalitas) on 2015-02-03 13:56:29

Tagged: , nikon , d600 , petrel , cove , south , australia , editors , choice , steven , fox , seascape , sea , sun , sky , clouds , stormy , 16mm , wide , angle

Any given workday

Any given workday

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA XZ-1
I took my handy and convenient XZ-1 to work today, instead of my normal goto cam "Nex 5r". It was just collecting dust so i decided why not take it for a day to work. Normally people do complain about compact cameras that they aren’t good in low light and that it has too much noise and blah blah. Every time i had to shoot with my little oly, i only wished it had more dynamic range period and noise was never an issue! This makes perfect sense, as i categorize my gear according to performance and practicality i strongly believe that your workhorse (for paid assignments) should be a Full Frame, your workhorse for hobby shooting should be an APSC and for Mirror less it should be either an APS-C or Fourthirds. A portable enthusiast Camera should at least have a 1 inch sensor like the Sony Rx-100 or the newly launched RX-10. Gone are the days of 1/1.7 sensors… the dynamic range is too damn low… but again, the best camera is the camera you have, so i should stop whining and focus on the photographs instead of getting into nitty gitty tech details 🙂

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Posted by Kamran ( Kami K ) on 2013-11-26 15:01:10

Tagged: , Olympus , Digital , Camera , Compact , XZ-1 , Point , And , Shoot , P&S , Shooters , Bw , Black , White , High , Contrast , Office , Work , Day , People , portraits , natural , light , perspective , angle , negative , space , zuiko , izuiko , 1.8-2.5 , laptop , emal , emails , computer , blinds , sunlight , sun , oldschool , Official , lamp , seashell , sea , shell , leaf , leaves , tree , plants , indoor , sidelit , lit , wall , walls

Street Fashion

Street Fashion

Amanda L @amandalomonaco at 365Project.org challenged me this week to: "try your hand at some candid street photography".

This is my first response. I tried a few others today, but didn’t think them worthy of picture of the day, let alone challenge worthy. But, I did like this one.

This was my last day renting the Rokinon 14mm ultrawide lens, firing it on my Nikon D600. I am ecstatic about my new Artic Butterfly sensor cleaner; it removed almost every spec of dust on the first try. No dust clean up on this shot at all!

As a bonus, for some wonderful unknown reason, my Nikon D600 is now recording all the exposure information into the EXIF data, so I have that on record for each of these shots. My first shots on this non-CPU didn’t do that, even after setting up the lens parameters in the non-CPU configuration screen.

Such a decent shot, even all the way to ISO 1250. Very little noise reduction done, and even that was very well behaved in the new Adobe Camera Raw 7.3 final release candidate, under Lightroom’s control.

Shot for 1/40 second at f/11, ISO 1250 on my Nikon D600, using the 14mm Rokinon ultrawide manaul focus lens.

Posted by Cameron Knowlton on 2013-11-08 19:44:27

Tagged: , street , photography , ultra , wide , angle , Get-Pushed-20 , SPN-31 , architectural , architecture , bc , building , buildings , canada , d600 , downtown , fashion , model , nikon , potd , reflection , reflections , rokinon , ultrawide , victoria , wideangle , window , street photography

Street Fashion

Street Fashion

Amanda L @amandalomonaco at 365Project.org challenged me this week to: "try your hand at some candid street photography".

This is my first response. I tried a few others today, but didn’t think them worthy of picture of the day, let alone challenge worthy. But, I did like this one.

This was my last day renting the Rokinon 14mm ultrawide lens, firing it on my Nikon D600. I am ecstatic about my new Artic Butterfly sensor cleaner; it removed almost every spec of dust on the first try. No dust clean up on this shot at all!

As a bonus, for some wonderful unknown reason, my Nikon D600 is now recording all the exposure information into the EXIF data, so I have that on record for each of these shots. My first shots on this non-CPU didn’t do that, even after setting up the lens parameters in the non-CPU configuration screen.

Such a decent shot, even all the way to ISO 1250. Very little noise reduction done, and even that was very well behaved in the new Adobe Camera Raw 7.3 final release candidate, under Lightroom’s control.

Shot for 1/40 second at f/11, ISO 1250 on my Nikon D600, using the 14mm Rokinon ultrawide manaul focus lens.

Posted by Cameron Knowlton on 2012-12-05 19:06:29

Tagged: , street , photography , ultra , wide , angle , Get-Pushed-20 , SPN-31 , bc , building , canada , d600 , fashion , model , nikon , potd , reflection , reflections , rokinon , ultrawide , victoria , wideangle , window , street photography , architectural , architecture , buildings , downtown

Street Fashion

Street Fashion

Amanda L @amandalomonaco at 365Project.org challenged me this week to: "try your hand at some candid street photography".

This is my first response. I tried a few others today, but didn’t think them worthy of picture of the day, let alone challenge worthy. But, I did like this one.

This was my last day renting the Rokinon 14mm ultrawide lens, firing it on my Nikon D600. I am ecstatic about my new Artic Butterfly sensor cleaner; it removed almost every spec of dust on the first try. No dust clean up on this shot at all!

As a bonus, for some wonderful unknown reason, my Nikon D600 is now recording all the exposure information into the EXIF data, so I have that on record for each of these shots. My first shots on this non-CPU didn’t do that, even after setting up the lens parameters in the non-CPU configuration screen.

Such a decent shot, even all the way to ISO 1250. Very little noise reduction done, and even that was very well behaved in the new Adobe Camera Raw 7.3 final release candidate, under Lightroom’s control.

Shot for 1/40 second at f/11, ISO 1250 on my Nikon D600, using the 14mm Rokinon ultrawide manaul focus lens.

Posted by Cameron Knowlton on 2012-12-07 00:51:39

Tagged: , street , photography , ultra , wide , angle , Get-Pushed-20 , SPN-31 , bc , building , canada , d600 , fashion , model , nikon , potd , reflection , reflections , rokinon , ultrawide , victoria , wideangle , window , street photography , architectural , architecture , buildings , downtown