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  • A device for suppressing electrical or sound waves of frequencies not required

  • A porous device for removing impurities or solid particles from a liquid or gas passed through it

  • A screen, plate, or layer of a substance that absorbs light or other radiation or selectively absorbs some of its components

  • device that removes something from whatever passes through it

  • remove by passing through a filter; "filter out the impurities"

  • an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it





    bag
  • Put (something) in a bag

  • Succeed in securing (something)

  • a flexible container with a single opening; "he stuffed his laundry into a large bag"

  • capture or kill, as in hunting; "bag a few pheasants"

  • hang loosely, like an empty bag

  • (of a hunter) Succeed in killing or catching an animal





    pp
  • Parcel post

  • Free Pascal (FPC for short, and formerly known as FPK Pascal ) is a free, portable and open source compiler for Pascal and Object Pascal languages. It supports a number of dialects, including the two most popular Borland dialects—Turbo Pascal and Delphi—and some Mac Pascal constructs.

  • In complexity theory, PP is the class of decision problems solvable by a probabilistic Turing machine in polynomial time, with an error probability of less than 1/2 for all instances. The abbreviation PP refers to probabilistic polynomial time. The complexity class was defined by Gill in 1977.

  • This is a list of digraphs used in various Latin alphabets. (See also List of Cyrillic digraphs.) Capitalization involves only the first letter (ch – Ch) unless otherwise stated (ij – IJ).

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Lake Artemesia, College Park, Md.




Lake Artemesia, College Park, Md.





[BB9550 > Gimp]

at the original aspect-ratio

15 min worth of work, yes, but a good result...and good enough despite the slight digital look that I'd really want to shoot a roll of ISO100 out of the 500si and Tamron 19-35 to try to get close to this and see what happens...my guess is that it comes out significantly underxposed and/or never quite scans right. I have to admit this was too easy and came out too well for me to really think I'd be better-off taking it with film. ISO100 is a nightmare to shoot on shots like this, because it is super-touchy with exposure, and ISO200 would be somewhat grainy at least, in the sky. You'd need some nice film and a bracket to try to get the exposure right...then it has to be scanned...I wouldn't bet on it coming out this well. Course I could be wrong.

I definitely wouldn't bet on it being this easy with scanned film.
I would not bet on a better result with scanned film.
I'd say you'd be lucky to get this with film.

I'd say an 8x12 of this after upsampling with Blow-Out! would look pretty decent compared to a 30MP print of a scanned film shot even after editing with your favorite PP program. And if you upsample the scanned film to try to get a bigger print you're just asking for the grain to pop out like rocks. Of course, it might actually work with the right filters. Who knows. My point is that you can get around that problem (of a 3MP original) with a higher-resolution camera but if you introduce a distinctly unrealistic look to the colors in the process then you're just defeating the purpose. And I've seen quite a few attempts to do this, creating posters and larger from film shots like this, and they just look like utter crap viewed from anywhere inside 10 feet. Same with camera jpegs, every bit of NR is visible in a large print...raw shots, any chroma-noise pops right out especially after an unsharp-mask...large prints effectively take your eyeballs and push them right into every IQ flaw in the picture. High shot-count panos may get around the noise and resolution issues, but they can't escape the color problem and now you have to worry about stitching and distortion issues. There is a reason why photographers still shoot film, large panels of film, and want even higher MP and larger sensor area even for landscape shots, even with all the pano software out there.

Now look at this again, keeping all that in mind. First, the colors are realistic, perhaps still a bit dark in the foreground but overall not bad at all, beyond the exposure/brightness nothing really objectionable. Second the NR is unobtrusive and there's adequate fine-detail for a 100dpi image. Third there's no real grain. Fourth no real lens-distortion. This is 99% of what you'd want from $10k equipment and processing. Now if I can get this out of a $175 cellphone with 15 minutes of post-processing in a OS editor, why the hell would I want to pay $1k for a subframe and another $500 for the lens (oh, $1200 and up for a *good* lens) and then use a $500 proprietary editor, and *carry it around in a bag* on top of that?

I don't care if the camera and lens is half the size & weight of a D90 and Nikon 28-300VR.
I do not care if the PP program will also help me manage my trillions of image files and post them easily to various social-media pages.

None of that is worth any real money to me, because I'm not making real money out of taking shots and posting my pics on the Internet ( a familiar refrain, right)?

If I'm not even seeing a significant IQ benefit, what the hell would I want to do that for?

I do not care if you've flown over 225 types of aircraft. i do not care if you've been a stunt pilot on several movies and have flown stunts for 35 years. I do not care if you have 15,000 hours in the cockpit. I care that you know how to respond to a stall-warning without pancaking the plane into the ocean from 40,000 feet. I care that you know how to deal with a high-speed stall without nosediving into the ground at 500mph. That's all I really care about. The rest is just noise. And yet again I must say that the one thing that separates photography from all the pseudo-science and bullshit out there? You can see the results with your own two eyes, and you can try fooling yourself about what you see, but the bottom line is that you have to like what you see and if you don't like it? There's no way to bullshit yourself around that. You cannot buy good IQ, it doesn't come with a fancy degree or title, and no government wankoff can legislate or appoint it for you. It is either there, or it is not. In photography, IQ talks and bullshit walks. Period.











Day 53 - A Missed Opportunity




Day 53 - A Missed Opportunity





(28/08/10) Took this picture last night when out walking with my dog. Not long after I took this picture a badger came scurrying past ... but by that time my camera was tucked away in my bag and was refusing to come out quickly despite my gentle but firm encouragement .. so just a gate for today's PAD!

Taken with my e-pl1 and 9-18mm Oly lens, using the sepia art filter. Cropped pp.

Thanks for looking.









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