Dirty Black Keyboard Buttons

Dirty Black Keyboard Buttons

Close-up view of old and dirty black keyboard buttons.

Posted by dejankrsmanovic on 2019-02-05 11:26:00

Tagged: , dirty , keyboard , computer , technology , old , symbol , internet , concept , button , electronic , background , dust , business , laptop , plastic , device , dusty , equipment , rusty , office , pc , communication , control , abstract , dirt , filthy , push , buttons , panel , label , set , switch , technical , filth , focus , selective , collection , simple , activate , editable , informative , launch , online , order , web , digital , closeup , object , notebook , tool

Key no. /852

Key no. /852

Choose your own path even it’s dusty

Posted by pcbackup154 on 2015-05-01 19:20:44

Tagged: , abstract , photography , abstractphtography , amazing , beautiful , black , and , white , andwhite , blackandwhite , computer , dust , dusty , focus , indoor , key , keyboard , wired , /852

delicate

delicate

taken with a reversed nifty fifty

Posted by whatisname on 2008-09-15 10:28:35

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Focus Your Faith in God, Spirit and The Angels in The Light

Focus Your Faith in God, Spirit and The Angels in The Light

Over these next few days, when many family and friends are worshipping in their church of choice, it is equally important for you to know that your heart must also be filled with joy. This means you should be paying respectful attention to beliefs of others. It also means that you should be rejoicing that the world is still a place of deep love; even in its darkest moments. When that is occurring, we see it as the perfect time for you to share the light within your heart. Be the beacon of contentment for many people who either cannot or choose not to absorb the perfection of the meaning of Easter.

After all, we see this as one of the greatest measures of inspirational symbols of hope. It comes to you from the highest of Ascended Masters. His resurrection was intended to be a signal of everlasting life on the other side. When you arrive back to that side, you will find a place that is permeated with pure love. You cannot escape it, nor be fearful on the Golden Side. Feeling the love of God and the land of angels cannot be fully understood by those in a physical body. Be warned that this is a much more intensified feeling when you get there by the many natural ways for the soul to advance.

We only want you to be thinking about the happiness of this anniversary with an intent that flows deep into the womb of the Creator. Know that you are blessed. It is a blessing that comes to you no matter where you travel because you are worthy and deserve to be treated with love and respect. You are perfect in the eyes of angels and will be released of your purported sins. Forgiveness is a divine attribute and one that we hope all people on earth can learn and abide by. This is one of the most important spiritual principles to live and breathe. With your faith in God, you have the power to accomplish anything. May your days be filled with the love you seek. These are The Spoken Words of Spirit.

 

Jim Fargiano can be reached on Facebook and Twitter, but most easily through his website at: http://www.Jimfargiano.com. He is a widely recognized leader in spirituality and posts messages he receives from the other side almost everyday. Short quotes will be on the fan page for The Spoken Words of Spirit on Facebook, as well as on his home page. Longer messages can be read at http://www.jimfargiano.blogspot.com. If you are serious about improving your outlook on life, then take advantage of the opportunities Jim provides.

Jim is a renowned medium and psychic, but considers himself a teacher of spirituality.  Although he has been doing most of his work on a more personal basis, Jim’s new direction is to try to include more people to understand the simple, yet perfect connection they can have with their loved ones on the other side.  He has been giving seminars and lectures, as well as making television and radio appearances.  You can reach Jim at: www.jimfargiano.com. 

 

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086 / 365 [Project 365]

Under The Hood…

Beneath the user-friendly world of the keyboard, monitor and mouse lies and often hidden world of wonder and beauty… the heart of the machine. Although I built my current rig a number of years ago, it still runs smoothly and without issue given a healthy maintenance and backup schedule. Whilst some will tinker under the hood of their vehicle, changing fluids, checking connections and pressures, replacing belts and plugs, this holds no interest for me… my computer is my everything… it keeps me connected to the world.

Thought it’s interface I live a good chunk of my life… my photography comes to life through the digital darkroom… entertainment from movies and music… education through YouTube and photography blogs… friendship through Flickr and Skype… shopping for sundries and big-ticket items… tedium with bill-payment and troubleshooting… it is often near the centre of my universe be it work or play… and as such keeping it running in good order is as important to me as my other activities that together form a balanced lifestyle.

Posted by Untempered Photography on 2014-05-15 16:18:14

Tagged: , Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 , Canon EOS 5D Mk III , LED , PC , PCI , Project 365 , SATA , Untempered Eye , UntemperedEye Photography , cables , circuitry , colours , computer , copper , daughterboard , dust , electonics , fan , focus , heatsink , memory , molex , motherboard , ram , southbridge , wires

Tribute to Flickrites

Tribute to Flickrites

So i decided to tag alot on this to make up for all the tagging i don’t do. (i hate it) i wish i could post this into like 20 groups like some poeple do on flickr. this is a tribute to all of them out there. post your pictures put some tags (3 to 6 at most) add it to about 2 to 3 groups and then shoot some more than waste you time on here…. off the soap box now….

Posted by rych on 2006-07-08 01:00:49

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*re-uploaded* Focus stack of Phidippus otiosus – adult male

*re-uploaded* Focus stack of Phidippus otiosus - adult male

Re-processed and uploaded 11/10/09 – First try at Zerene Stacker. Two images. I first tried another picture that was four images, more poorly lined up, and my computer completely refused to finish them; when it finally did, they came out with so many artifacts it was awful. The alignment tool doesn’t work too well apparently, so in the future I think I’ll try cropping them all to line them up better. This shot still took awhile for my wheezing old PC (1gb ram); even with every other unnecessary program turned off, it still froze on me a couple times. So until I get it sped back up, don’t expect many of these type of images. That said, I do like the results. The important face and other areas lined up quite well; although there are a few artifacts still (the hairs on his front legs doubled a bit, and every bit of dust on my image sensor was cloned during alignment so I ended up cleaning twice as much junk!). Still pretty pleased with the results, now if only I could fix the damage to his right anterior median eye 🙂

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Thanks to Thomas Shahan for helping with ID – I could tell this wasn’t P. audax, but it was the first of this species I’ve ever seen. Phidippus otiosus – another one to add to my list of species found. I made the actual list now, and there’s a current version on the main page for my Salticidae set. Turns out I had a few incorrect IDs, and was able to pin others down, so I also changed a few titles and descriptions on other jumper photos to reflect that. Still have to finish changing tags, but I’ll get around to it soon.

Found down in some tree bark in Mohawk Park. I love the iridescent facial scales on this jumper, as well as his incredibly heavy proportions. Such an impressive-looking spider, as well as a new species for me! I had to re-photograph him to get some shots I was pleased with. The green was a much more complimentary backdrop for this individual as well, I’m trying to decide whether to delete the other shots. I wish there was a "scrap folder" option on flickr, so people who’ve collected or commented it wouldn’t be inconvenienced.

Nikkor 18-55 reversed (at ~20mm), Nikon SB-400 and folding diffuser, homemade flash bracket.

Posted by Sam Martin (abikeOdyssey) on 2009-11-08 21:05:14

Tagged: , adult , male , nikon , d60 , nikkor , spider , arthropod , arachnid , chelicerae , leg , legs , eyes , pedipalps , female , macro , Macro-Life , invertebrate , salticidae , salticid , jumper , jumping , poor-man’s , reversed , lens , backwards , notyournormalbug , phidippus , otiosus , Phidippus otiosus , zerene , stacker , focus , stack

Home

Home

Posted by Daniel Kulinski on 2008-12-02 11:48:48

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Pentax K200D Product shot

Pentax  K200D Product shot

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The PENTAX K200D, perfect for developing digital SLR users, offers an easy-to-use interface and incorporates award winning PENTAX imaging technology. With 10.2 megapixels, this DSLR features many of the advancements that are incorporated in the PENTAX K20D, including a 2.7 inch LCD monitor, Custom Image functions for perfect control over how images are developed, and the Expanded Dynamic Range function. Compatible with any PENTAX lens ever produced and featuring Shake Reduction, the PENTAX K200D offers a high quality image sensor with the sophisticated PRIME (PENTAX Real Image Engine), a user-friendly Dust Removal system including the new Dust Alert feature, 11-point SAFOX VIII auto focus system, sophisticated 16-segment multi-pattern metering and auto sensitivity control up to ISO 1600, all in a weather and dust resistant body.

Specifications

Sensor:
Type – Interline interlace CCD with primary color filter and integrated Shake/Dust Reduction sensor movement system; Size – 23.5 x 15.7mm; Color depth – 8 bits/channel JPG, 12 bits/channel RAW; Effective pixels – 10.2 MP; Total pixels – 10.75 MP; Recorded resolutions – 3872×2592 (10M), 3008×2000 (6M), 1824×1216 (2M) Quality levels: *** Best, ** Better, * Good; Dust removal – Image sensor movement combined with SP coating
Lens Mount:
Type/construction – Pentax KAF2 bayonet stainless steel mount; Usable lenses – Pentax KAF2, KAF, and KA (K mount, 35mm screwmount, 645/67 med format useable w/ adapter and/or restrictions); SDM function – YES; Power zoom function – n/a
Focus System:
Type – TTL phase-matching 11 point wide autofocus system (SAFOX VIII); Focus modes – AF Single (w/focus lock), Manual, AF Continuous available in Action mode (including Auto Pict Action), Kids mode, Pet mode, P/A/S/M/B/Sv; Focus point adjustment – Auto, User-Selectable, Center; AF assist – YES, via built-in flash
Viewfinder:
Type – Penta-Mirror; Coverage (field of view) – 96%; Magnification – 0.85x (w/ 50mm f/1.4 at infinity); Standard focusing screen – Natural-Bright-Matte II; Diopter adjustment – -2.5 to 1.5; Depth of field preview – Optical diaphragm stop down, Digital
LCD Monitor:
Type – 2.7” TFT color LCD monitor, adjustable brightness; Resolution – Approx 230,000 dots; Wide angle viewable – YES, approx 160 degrees horizontal/vertical
Built-in Flash:
Type – Retractable P-TTL popup flash; Guide number – 13 (100/m); Coverage – 28mm wide angle (equivalent to 35mm); Flash modes – TBA; Flash exposure compensation – -2 to 1 EV in 1/2 steps
External Flash:
Type – Hot Shoe (P-TTL, high speed sync available), Wireless with PENTAX dedicated flash; Synchronization speed – 1/180s
Storage Media:
Internal memory – n/a; Removable memory – SD, SDHC
Interfaces:
Ports – USB 2.0 hi-speed, video out, DC input, cable switch; Video out – NTSC, PAL; Printer interfaces – PictBridge
Power Supply:
Power source – 4* AA (lithium, alkaline, NiMH rechargeable); Recordable images – Approx 1100 w/lithium (approx 550 w/ 50% flash use); Playback time – Approx 700 min; AC adapter available – YES (optional)
Physical Specifications:
Body dimensions (W x H x D) – 5.2 x 3.7 x 2.9”; Body weight (without battery or removable memory) – 22.2 oz; Loaded and ready – 24.3 oz w/lithium batteries (25.6 oz w/alkaline batteries); Construction material(s) – Reinforced plastic polymer shell around a rugged stainless steel chassis; Operating temperature – 32-104 degrees F
Language Support:
English, French, German, Spanish, Swedish, Dutch, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Danish, Finnish, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Turkish, Japanese, Korean, Traditional/Simplified Chinese
Image Stabilization:
Type – Body-based, sensor shift Shake Reduction (4 stops maximum)
Metering System:
Type – TTL open aperture, 16 segment metering; Sensitivity range – EV 0-21 (ISO 100, 50mm f/1.4); Multi-segment – YES, 16 segments; Center weighted – YES’; Spot – YES; Exposure compensation – +/- 2 EV (1/2 or 1/3 steps); Exposure lock – YES; Exposure bracketing – YES, 3 frames, up to +/- 1.5 (1/2 steps) or +/- 1.0 (1/3 steps)
ISO Sensitivity:
Auto – 100-1600 ISO (1, 1/2, 1/3 steps); Manual – 100-1600 ISO (1, 1/2, 1/3 steps)
White Balance*:
Auto preset modes – Auto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent (W, D, N), Flash, Color Temperature; Manual mode(s) – YES * WB fine adjustment available
Shutter:
Type – Electronically controlled, vertical run, focal plane shutter; Shutter speed – 1/4000 to 30 sec, bulb available
Capture Modes:
Mode selection – Auto Picture, Picture (Portrait, Landscape, Macro, Action, Night Scene Portrait, Standard Flash-Off), Scene (Night Scene, Surf & Snow, Food, Sunset, Kids, Pet, Candlelight, Museum), Program, Sensitivity Priority, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, Metered Manual, Bulb; Green simplified mode available – n/a; P/A/S/M/B – P, A, S, M, B (extended modes include Sv); Date stamp – n/a ; Digital filters (capture) – TBA; Data record – Folder Name (standard, date)
Drive Modes:
Mode selection – Single, Continuous (Hi, Lo), Self-Timer (12s, 2s), Remote (0s, 3s), Auto Bracket; Continuous FPS – * 2.8 FPS (4 JPG and Continuous Hi, 4 RAW), * 1.1 FPS (unlimited JPG and Continuous Lo, 4 RAW); Self-timer – YES (12s, 2s); Remote control – YES, infrared (0s, 3s) and cable switch supported
Playbackl Modes:
Mode selection – One shot, two shots, index (4, 9, or 16 thumbnails), magnification, image rotation, folder view, slideshow, histogram, bright/dark indicators, RAW to JPG; Magnification – Up to 16x, scrollable; Digital filters (playback) – B&W, Sepia, Color (18), Soft (3), Illustration, HDR (3), Slim (+/- 8), Brightness (+/- 8)
File Formats:
Still – RAW PEF/DNG, JPG (EXIF 2.21), DCF 2.0 (design rule for camera file system), DPOF, Print Image Matching III
Custom Functions:
Functions available: 23
Computer Requirements:
For device connectivity. Bundled software requirements may vary. Windows – Windows XP/Vista, USB port; Mac – MacOS 10.2 or later, USB 2.0 port

Posted by MonsterPhotoISO on 2008-09-18 15:16:50

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