4 Ways | How To Save Excel Chart / Graph as Image / Picture | Microsoft Excel 2016 Tutorial

4 Ways | How To Save Excel Chart / Graph as Image / Picture | Microsoft Excel 2016 Tutorial


Hello friends and welcome again to our channel,
“The Teacher”. In this Excel 2016 tutorial video, we will
learn about how to Export Excel Charts as Images or Pictures. Sometimes, you might require to share only
the charts that you use in Excel Sheets. For whatever reason, you might want to insert
these charts in other applications like Word or PowerPoint, or you might like to save a
chart as a Picture, so you may insert it in whatever application you may like. So, here are the steps to Export Excel Charts
as Images or Pictures. The easiest method to export a chart as an
image into Microsoft Word or PowerPoint is to, first select the entire chart by clicking
on the edge and make sure that the entire charts gets selected and not only the part
of it. Now, either right-click on the Chart and click
Copy from the Context menu, or click the Home Tab and then click Copy button. Switch to Microsoft Word and then from the
Home tab, click the Paste drop down button and then choose the option, “Picture”. You can now select the picture and can adjust
the size accordingly and can use other Pictures tools, like Wrap Text to place the picture
at a desire location. You can also use the same steps, if you want
to paste the chart as a picture in Microsoft PowerPoint. But keep in mind that this Chart has been
inserted as a Picture into a Word Document. But if you like to save the Chart as a picture
alone like in JPEG or PNG format, so you may insert it in any application, then copy the
Chart first and then open Paint Brush. Click the Paste button and then resize the
chart or page as per requirements. Now, click the File Menu and then click Save. Type a name and then choose the Save As Type,
like JPEG or PNG. The benefit of saving a chart as a picture,
you can insert this picture as you simply use other pictures in different applications. One another method to simply save a single
or multiple Excel charts as Pictures is to use the Excel Save As option. Click the File menu and the Click Save As. Click the Browse button, choose a Location
and then type a File name. From Save As Type drop down menu, select Web
Page. If you want to save all the charts of this
workbook as pictures then select Entire Workbook, or if you want to save the Charts of the current
selected worksheet alone then select Selection: Sheet. Click the Save button. Open the folder and there you have all the
images of the workbook separately saved into a folder. Before ending this lesson, let me tell you
that in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and even in Excel, there is another simple way to save
a Chart as Picture in JPEG or PNG format. In Excel, copy the Chart first and then paste
it as a Picture. Then right-click on the pasted Picture and
then click Save As Picture option from the Context Menu. Choose a Location, type a name and select
a file type and there you have the chart saved as a Picture. This way, you can easily save any content,
pasted as a picture, into a separate picture file. I hope you will find this video interesting
and informative. Do leave a comment, share this video with
your friends and don’t forget to hit the like button. Subscribe to The Teacher for more upcoming
tutorial videos. Thanks for watching and take care!

Digital Camera Tips : How to Use the ISO Feature in Digital Cameras

Digital Camera Tips : How to Use the ISO Feature in Digital Cameras


Well, ISO was covered a little bit earlier,
but now I’m gonna show you how easy it is to change on your camera. Now, my camera has
two ways that you can do it. If you have it in the fully automatic function, it really
makes it simple for you. Just on the back, you just press up on this disc and it chooses
your ISO and you only have two choices. You have auto ISO or high ISO. Now the reason
that’s important is because of how I explained how low ISO and high ISO’s work. If you are
in a dark situation then you know you need a high ISO. If I go back to the aquarium example
and you’ve turned the flash off so you’re shooting through the glass and now you know
there’s not enough light for you to capture a decent image so you need to turn the ISO
to high. The camera will go ahead and pick a nice high film speed so that it can get
as much light as possible and stop your image so that you don’t have a lot of blurring or
camera shake. I know on this one, if I turn my camera to manual, which a lot of these
cameras have this awesome manual function, I can just go to here, I move it to manual
and now when I press ISO, I can choose everything from auto and high like we just talked about,
but I also have the option of one hundred speed film, two hundred speed film, four hundred,
eight hundred or sixteen hundred speed film. So, if I’m shooting a sporting event, I might
go ahead and put it on sixteen hundred speed because I know I’m gonna want to stop that
action or if I’m just taking some nice portraits and I have a lot of light coming in I might
go ahead and decide to put it on one hundred speed film especially if I’m shooting a maybe
a macro or a very close up type of image. It’s so easy to do and the great benefit of
having a digital camera over a film camera is you can change your ISO every single time
you take a picture where traditionally you would have to use twelve, twenty-four, or
thirty-six exposure, whatever the roll of film is that you bought at that same film
speed. Whether it be two hundred, or four hundred or one hundred, you were sort of stuck
using that film speed. Here it’s great so make sure you change it when you need to and
it’s a great tool for you to use.

Fuji Guys – Fujifilm X-A3 Mirrorless Camera – First Look


Welcome back to the Fuji Guys channel my
name is Billy. Today we’ll take a look at Fuji’s latest mirrorless camera the X-A3 so keep on watching! So we are in Toronto Canada to take a look at Fujifilm’s latest mirrorless camera the X-A3 now one of the biggest upgrades to
this camera, of course, it’s the image sensor now uses a 24 megapixel aps-c CMOS
sensor that’s going to give you a better image quality and low light situations
but also makes it easier to isolate the subject from the background giving you a
lot more control of depth of field so again if you want to isolate the subject
you can create that nice shallow depth-of-field that makes some of the
professional photos that you see around just stand out a little bit more. Now not
only is the sensor a good thing with this camera of course Fuji’s knowledge
of making prints and making film has really taught them what people like
about prints and what people like about color and to that fact Fuji cameras are excellent for shooting
just straight off jpegs giving you beautiful looking images in fact you
know the camera has built-in film simulation modes that allow you to mimic
some of foodies professional films like Velvia film that’s great for landscape
because it’s a little more punch here and exaggerated some of the colors in
the scene there’s also things like a Astia which allows you to take some
great portrait photos and allows you to give you nice skin tones with a nice
unique-looking color especially for the skies on a day like today will be
actually perfect of course you can also shoot in monochrome as well this
different other film simulation mode that you can shoot with this camera now
on top of that if you do plan to shoot in lower light situations you know
unlike your smartphone which made to have a built-in flash but an LED flash
not very effective the X-A3 has a built-in pop-up flash and it uses Fuji’s
super-intelligent flash system to really take the best photo in any lighting
situation whether you’re taking portraits are you taking food
photography the flash is going to automatically determine if it needs to
fire full power or needs to reduce it down shooting impulse, small little pulses,
so it doesn’t overwash doesn’t wash out your images so this is the a great thing
about you know the X-A3 and of course you know stepping up from a smartphone
So the X-A3 sports a retro design similar to other Fuji X-Series cameras you got now a metal top and bottom plate
that again is very reminiscent of Fuji X-DNA you got
dials and controls you got a little, exposure dial on the top, exposure comp dial and you got the rear command dial so it really gives you a lot of you know
some external controls but for simplicity sake there’s now mode dial
the top of the camera that really allows you to toggle through the different
shooting modes including the ability to shoot in full manual control so you do
have access to both aperture and shutter controls on this camera if you want to
of course experiment more but also for simplicity sake there’s a
scene recognition auto plus mode which we’ll talk about later that just makes
it very simple and makes this camera really truly a point-and-shoot camera with a
very large sensor to give you some great image quality now the camera have here
today of course is the brown version but it also comes in two other colors you
have a pink as well as a silver and black version that again is very similar
to some of the other X-series cameras in Fujifilm’s lineup. The design of the camera
of course really inspires for you to kind of really want to be a photographer
because it gives you that nice feel the the grip on the cameras a lot better
from the original X-A2 that was being offered a little bit slimmer as well it
uses the same battery as most Fuji X-series cameras and that is the of
course the NP-W126s battery the S is the new battery from Fuji, it’s really more
protective against the heat that can be caused especially when you shoot a video
with cameras because it does really provide a lot of heat coming out of both
the the processor in the sensor that’s in the camera itself. Now this year the
difference of course with this camera is that it is USB chargeable. So right off
the bat just like your smart phone you can plug this into the USB port of your
computer or if you have a the included USB adapter or wall adapter you can actually
plug it in and have that charge via the USB slot on the side of the can which
makes it very very convenient you know everyone including myself we used to
using smartphones and you know having the ability to not have to carry an
extra charger with you is really great in fact you can use the same one charger to charge the battery and talking
about battery life mirrorless cameras chip typically because it uses mainly the LCD
screen to take your photos generally are not very high in shots per charge which
Fuji’s really designed the performance around getting longevity from this battery.
It offers about 410 shots per charge so that’s pretty much more than enough for
someone like me – you know going on a family outing or dinner party to take
photos and not have to worry about the battery’s dying. Of course I always do
recommend when you buy any digital cam to have an extra spare with you
because you never know. No matter the skill level the X-A3 is the perfect camera
for everyone whether you’re using the manual controls in the camera to adjust both
aperture or shutter speeds or even using some of the simple modes at the SR plus
auto that does all the work for you. This really allows you to take great photos
in any situations for anyone. Now in addition to that like other Fuji
X-Series cameras also other fun feature modes like the advanced filters. Things
like toy camera, nature effect, and even the ability to shoot in monochrome and
isolate one single color whether it’s red orange, green, or blue. Also, there’s new
addition to the camera from the X-A2 and that you can now shoot motion panoramic images just like you with your smartphone of course and also the
time-lapse feature that allows you to do time-lapse photos so later on using
editing software you can create really good-looking time-lapse photos and having
a large sensor like this with an APS-C size, it’s going to really allow you to
shoot night photos that give you these stunning time-lapse shots.
In addition to that you’ve got other standard modes you got the portrait enhancement mode that really softens the skin. There’s three levels to that. You also have
self-timer features that makes it very easy to get in the shot. In fact there’s
a smile shot where you really just smile and the camera automatically takes the
picture for you. You got a buddy mode and you can set how much your buddies you want
in that shot and as long as it recognizes three faces if that’s what
you set it to be, it’s going to automatically going to take that picture.
So, really a fun and simple camera to used with great very simple controls to the
mode dial on this camera. Now the X-A3 is kitted with Fuji’s XC16-50mm lens. It’s optically image stabilized which makes it easy to take
pictures in any lighting situation. Of course today it’s very bright and we can
get very fast shutter speed so we’re not gonna have to worry too much about camera shake. Now there’s a 1.5 conversion factor so
the 16-55mm lens is actually equivalent in terms of full frame size to a 24mm to 75mm somewhat in that distance and that’s going to
make it a great everyday camera because you can shoot things like landscapes,
portraits, and even do macro shots with this incredible close-up ability of the
lens itself. In fact I think from the edge of this lens to an object you can
get it just about 7 centimeters away so which is kind of
nice. The photos that come out of these kit lens are actually very good. In
fact I don’t generally call these kit lenses because you know Fuji makes
incredible glass. They’ve been making glass for quite a long time including lenses for medium format camera so they do know how to make good glass and you know what you’re getting
with this kit you know it’s going to be perfectly enough for taking excellent
shots, but of course if you want to elevate your photography you might want
to look at some of the other Fuji lenses that Fuji offers. It is compatible
with all Fuji’s XF lens. In fact, I do have Fuji’s latest lens today: the XF23mm F2 lens. This is one of Fuji’s designer series lens that is very
compact. It actually looks nice on the camera itself as you can see the XF23mm lens is a little lens to take around Toronto because it has a
perfect focal length of about 35mm in terms of 35mm equivalencies. I like this little lens because it’s nice and compact. It does
offer aperture controls unlike the kit lens that’s included with the X-A3 so
you do have one-third stops in between the full stops that are indicated on the
lens up to F-16 and in a day like today when you’re doing landscape shots, you do
want to close down the aperture too so that you can get more things in focus
and of course the bright sunlight it’s gonna reduce the shutter speeds and from
you over exposing the shot as well it does come with a nice little hood here
but it is an optional metal lens hood that you can buy the same lens hood that is compatible with Fuji’s XF 35mm F2 which is the other
designer lens that Fuji offers and of course later on Fuji will offer a new
XF50mm F2 lens which will complete the trio kit which to me I think
it’s a perfect lens especially for camera like this. Again if you want to
get just little bit better in sharpness using prime lenses over the
kitted lens and it offers the same size and weight and lightness that the X-A3 does
offer as well. One new addition to the X-A3 is that it
has an automatic mode so there’s no longer a dedicated macro button where
you have to change in order to take close-up shots. The distance between
this flower and the end of this lens is about 7 cm and that’s how
close I can shoot with this camera without even have to change any of the
modes. I’m actually using some film simulation here to take bracketing shots and velvia as well as a
some other colors like classic chrome yeah just to see how it looks. Of course you can also shoot raw with this camera so that later on you can edit the
images to what you like and it gives you a little bit more latitude for dynamic
range and white balance and things like that. So this is somewhat the distance
here about what where I can actually get the camera in focus. I’ll try to see how
much closer I can get in and it allows me to have focus so that is about the
point. Right there, that’s the distance between the flower and this lens and how
close I can get. Of course I can also stand back a little bit further and
use the telephoto zoom on this lens and also you get very close up shots and in
fact I don’t have to be too close, but I can get focus like that. So that’s nice
to have it again you know a very versatile lens kit with this camera
allows you to take great landscape selfies and even flowers and I got a
little fly to see if i can get this guy in the shot as well. Now this is a perfect scene to get me in the shot so if you don’t have anyone around you, you might
want to do a selfie and typically do that with your smartphone, but the X-A3 has a
great little feature. It uses a 180 degree tilt LCD screen and when you flip the screen up and slide it up, automatically the screen inverses so that
you have a proper view of you and the background to take that perfect selfie.
Now it also enables things like face detection as well as eye detection not
only to get focused on the subject but to also get proper exposure on the face. Now, typically when we take photos we use the shutter release button but the X-A3
also allows you to use the command down the back as a button to release the
pictures so again you can get a nice steady shot and better grip of it so
that you actually don’t drop the camera and that’s a great little feature with
this. The LCD is also touch-enabled meaning that I can actually touch on the
screen and the camera will focus on that point and take the picture which is quite
nice and convenient if you’re very used to how smartphones operate. You can toggle the
different touch options during the shooting mode by pushing this button
here where really as I push this it just moves the autofocus point and sets the
focus for me and then I have the ability to set just to the area so I can point at the auto focus area there the camera’s not going to do anything until I
have pressed the shutter which then locks in focus and I can take the
picture. In the playback mode the touchscreen also allows you to swipe
between images. As you can see here, you can also use pinch and zoom just like
you would with your smartphone to zoom in and zoom out to confirm the autofocus which
is nice to go. Now the X-A3 also improved on the autofocus system it uses 49
autofocus points. Setting it to the single point here, I’ve been pushing this
AF I can move the autofocus points again like I did earlier with touch but
now of course with just the directional keys to 49 different areas
in the scene I can use command dial to increase or decrease speed of the focus
point which is nice and I can quickly take that picture of course and of
course the count does offer zone and wide tracking autofocus now. So set with
zone and set with the auto focus to continuous to focus mode it’s great for
shooting action shots where I can just half press the shutter button, wait for the
subject or track that subject and really just take the picture of the subjects
coming through the scene and then the cameras going to give me a nice shot
there so again that’s a great addition to the X-A3 and is a great shot of just
an action that we just did – really quick for shutter lag and autofocus
time and really makes it a great camera to take pictures and in any situation. So
we just finished lunch at The Good Fork here at Bloor and Jane. A great little
restaurant and I had a great chicken burger and as most
people do a restaurant, you generally take your photos and usually with a
smart one and in situations where you know it low lit and very dim, this is where the X-A3 really comes into
play you know large sensor high-sensitivity gives you the ability
to shoot natural light and get you very very steady shots. Now the great thing with
the X-A3 is that it has built-in Wi-Fi that allows you to connect directly to
your smartphone so you can actually transfer images and then share it on
social media websites including Instagram and Facebook and of course
you can also use the camera remote app from Fuji to remotely control the
camera so if you wanted to remotely take pictures, you can actually use that
you’re in the app to do that. I also have the ability to print directly to the Instax Share Printer as you can see. I’ve set up this camera now with the SSID information
from this printer and that’s just through the the menu on the camera and now I can
actually make prints directly to this and have basically a physical print
which is really nice because you know sometimes you can sign this to the
restaurant owner and give it to them and they really appreciate you know just giving
something back to the restaurant that’s kind of a fun little feature to have as
well so that’s really a neat feature with Fuji’s you know wireless
capabilities and as you can see here the print just comes out and just in about a
minute’s time you see it fully … it will expose and of course in about
five minutes time it’s fully set and ready to go like this picture that we
kinda did earlier. Now the great thing about the 180 tilt LCD
is that I can use it for vlogging so basically I’m filming with the X-A3
right now. I’m shooting in full HD video and have the ability to change the frame
rates from 60 frames to 50 frames and even a small cinematic like frame like 25 and
24 frames per second. Also I have the ability to control both
the shutter speed and aperture as well as ISO so I can set that. Right now for
simplicity sake I have the autofocus set automatically and the ISO automatically
everything is fully automatic including the focusing. It’s also even using face
detection to ensure that you know as I’m walking down the street here that
I’m in focus which is great. Now the camera’s ability to shoot video
you obviously want at least a very fast SD card
otherwise you might have some interruptions and there are some limits
to the video I believe it’s about 14 minutes per clip, but you can record
multiple clips on the camera itself so really a great feature overall with the
X-A3. So there you have it, Fuji’s latest mirrorless camera the X-A3. Now this
camera have a lot of good features going for it, a large sensor, and it really is a
step up to your cell phone. Now if you want to learn more about this another
Fujifilm products again don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel at The Fuji Guys, follow us on Instagram as well as on our Facebook page. I hope you
enjoyed this video and until then, I’ll see you next time!

The Kid in the Picture | UCB Innovation Inc.

The Kid in the Picture | UCB Innovation Inc.


– Right now on “UCB Innovation Inc.” (upbeat rock music) – I know what Gen Z wants to see. – What’s Gen Z? – The generation after millennials. – There’s already another one? – I have $1,000 cash that
I will give you right now. – All right, fine, maybe I’ll take it to wipe my ass with. (all laughing) – I know what’s funny. – Hmm. – I know when I’m funny, – Where? – and it’s always all the time. – People say I put on too much. Wish I could put it on my heart. – Being a famous rapper sucks. – Be her mayor. And we are mean. – Hail?
– It’s basically Canada. – I knew you were my dad. (edgy guitar music) – I think it’s good. – Yeah, looks good to me. – I’m gonna post it. (clearing throat) – Whose kid is this? – Is it Take Your Daughter to Work Day? – Okay, people, you
can’t let your children run free in the office. – I’m Ruby, I’m the new lead innovator. – Oh, hey, boss? – Let me see the innovation. – Package delivery. – He should dab. – What? – The mailman, he should dab. – You didn’t even watch it. – Let’s get one thing clear, I
know what Gen Z wants to see. – What’s Gen Z? – The generation after Millennials. – There’s already another one? – Moving forward I’ll
be the only pitching, and you’ll write my ideas. – Okay, with all due respect,
we’ve been doing this a lot longer than you. – At least I’ve had the
internet my entire life. And I know that every idea
needs one of the three Ds. Dabs, dogs, and of course, deeper meaning. We actually care about the world. I’ll have pitches to you by six. – Is that your bed time? – Hmm, I like you, you’re with me. – Okay. – Why do I keep listening? (drum beat music) – A real comedian (dramatic music) performs for real people. Then a fake moderator leads a real focus group while they watch. – Politics, they’re
everywhere in our world today. Almost like they’re in
the air that we breathe, which is why this room is
so stinky, it’s not me. Today we’re asking the question, what makes comedy political? – Hi.
– Hello. – To find out we’ve invited
veteran character performer, Amanda Giobbi to perform for
our internet focus group. Do you define what you do as political? – I don’t. What I do is mostly
just mindless and silly. – Okay.
– Yeah. – What you’ll be doing
today is characters, not traditional standup.
– Right. – Tell me about some of the characters. – So, I like to just pick out people that I think would be fun to play and then write those characters. – Now, have you ever
been in a focus group? – I have not, I would imagine
that in a small contained area you’ll be able to hear
the laughs much closer than you would on a stage. – Is there any particular
feedback you’re interested in receiving today? – Wouldn’t it be nice to hear,
“That girl has a twinkle.” You know? That they just really get that I have it, to really go far. – We’ll aim for that.
– Yeah. – Great. (dramatic music) – Hello. – Hello.
– Hello. – How is everyone? – All good.
– Great. – All good. – It has been said that
laughter is the best medicine. – Hell, yeah. – But with my health insurance,
I can’t afford the co-pay. That was a joke. – Oh!
– Okay. (clearing throat) – All right, well. – The last joke you’ll hear from me. – Cool! – I could sense early on that
Barbara was going to have a lot of opinions. What is political comedy? Barbara, yes. – Well, I’m like a comedian myself. – Are you a comedian? – I’ve done a lot of political videos that have been on YouTube for eight years, so I know what that–
– Sure. – You have to have an I
don’t give a shit attitude. I mean, you can’t worry about,
you’re gonna insult everyone, look what happened to Kathy
Griffin, for crying out loud. – Sure, anyone else? – Barbara, I disagree with you politically about political humor, I really
don’t like political humor,. I feel like often times I get
distracted by how it feels, it’s minimizing a situation,
then I can’t allow myself to just laugh.
– But you know what it is? I think a lot of it is catharsis. That’s why we need to hear
it, because you want to know other people think like
you, and also, that’s life. I once had a T-shirt that said, “Life is a constant
audition,” which is true. – I think this is a good time
to introduce our comedian. – Uh-oh, somebody’s gonna get creamed. (laughing) – So, ladies and gentlemen, Amanda Giobbi. – Amanda, okay. – When I walked in the
room and started my set, I knew that this was a
room I had to win over. Oh, you’re awake, wonderful. No, I’m not your doctor. My name is Alexica, I’m a
35-year-old freshman drama student at Tish and today I will
be your hurt scale actor. (laughing) Barbara laughed at my very
first line and I thought, great, okay, I have at least her. Why don’t we start and see if
your pain is at a level one? Well, the mosquitoes here in
Louisiana sure are irritating ooh, one bit me, but now the pain has passed. And scene. Oh, thank you so much, yes, I, oh, your pain is more intense than a one? Okay, why don’t we notch
it up and see if your pain is at a level five? What the hell? (gasping) Oh my God, Joey, you shot
me with a bow and arrow! And, oh, I’m bleeding out, Joey. I can’t, I’m gonna die standing up, Joey, I’m dying right now and there it is. Can you believe I got
wait listed at Julliard? Thank you, my next character is a woman on the New York city subway. I don’t know about that, okay. (laughing) (laughing) Okay, no, I don’t need a seat. Thank you sir, thank you so much, no, you save it for your baby. This is so structured. Okay, no, I’m so sorry,
no, I’m gonna do just fine, I just don’t want to touch the pole, okay? Okay, thank you, my next character is a serious conversation. Andrew, I hate that this
is happening here and now, and in public. But since we live
together, and have a dog, and have season tickets to the Yankees, it just feels like more of a divorce than it does a break-up. But I just have to believe
that it’s better to be alone than to be with the wrong person. And I know that that’s hard to hear. I think that, I think that, whoa! I think I just don’t love you anymore. (laughing) Thank you. My last character that I’ll
be performing for you tonight is Liza Minnelli. – Yes. (chuckling) – Hello everyone, it’s me, Liza Minnelli. Please sit down. I’ve got millions of standing ovations, I don’t need you to
stand for me, sit down, thank you, thank you, I am an icon. I tried my hardest to make
eye contact with Asher during Liza Minnelli, ’cause I thought this is my last chance
to win this man over. And I’ll tell you what, it did not happen. Okay, this guy, I need him to sit down. You keep standing up, it’s okay. I’ve gotten so many standing ovations. Just sit down with your little
tush and sit in the chair. Thank you so much, I am Liza Minnelli, and thank you so much, I’m Amanda Giobbi. (panel applauding) – Thank you.
– Yay. (exhaling) – Wow. Amanda Giobbi. (dramatic music) – Literally, this woman
here, I’ve never seen anyone hate me more in my life. – Let’s start with what you liked. Any characters that
worked well for anyone? – She just says “No!” – My favorite was the sad conversation. I think everything else
was kinda the same. – That was great, actually. Yeah, that would probably
be my favorite too. – It seemed like the favorite in the room was the sad conversation. – Yeah. – I think I’m in another room. (laughing) Every dog show has to have a winner. Even the ugliest dog has two in something. – Ooh, that’s harsh. – The first time she
stood up and yelled at us, I didn’t know what it was. The second time it was like, okay, I’ve seen the pattern once before, the third time, she
sorta hinted at the wave. That was kinda humorous. First two times I was like,
I totally didn’t understand what the fuck she was doing. – Asher’s feedback was negative. – I’m a Michigan fan,
Michigan started the wave, so I know where the wave came from. – You’re a wave originalist. – Yes. – Was there any aspect of the performance that you see a positive in
or that you connected with? – What do you define as the performance? (laughing) ‘Cause it was like one character had nothing to do with
the second character, which had nothing to do
with the third and fourth, beside of her wearing a black outfit, there was nothing else
for me to clue into it this is a story coming to
you with multiple things, like what Chapelle would
do, or Seinfeld even. – Sure. – You couldn’t understand something and then they would explain it in the last five seconds of the sitcom. – I shoulda done an episode of “Seinfeld.” Dang it, I didn’t even think of that. – When we started, the first character was the hurt scale actor. Did we enjoy that character? – No, you know what it was? She lost me. It’s sort of like when
you write an article, if you don’t get me in
the first paragraph, I’m not gonna read the damn thing. Yeah, I thought she was way
too loud, it was disturbing. She was not funny, I know what’s funny. I know when I’m funny, – Where? – and it’s always all the time. But with her, it was nothing
funny and I checked out. – Honest to God. (groaning) Let’s have dinner at Regrets. I might be farther along in
my career if I had Barbara by my side this whole time telling me how absolutely terrible I am. – Barbara you seem to take
issue with her verbosity and bigger than life persona. We’ve known each other
for about 10 minutes. – Uh-huh. I have a very big personality.
– I would see a lotta of those qualities in you. – Oh yeah. It’s like singing okay,
when you’re singing you, I’d sing like that a little, but then you’re gonna come out like that. I think she was on the
same note the entire time. – I think that was the character. – But it was so many characters, and they were all the same
vibe for the most part. I laugh at everything. I just thought this was. (blowing raspberry) – Well, you can’t laugh
if it’s not funny, baby. – Let’s talk about where we
can see this actor thriving. – Where I see it thriving most is in film, or in something taped. In my head I felt like I
could’ve laughed more freely if it was like a cut to as opposed to a theatrical transition that I was seeing in front of my face. – So, get into films. – I think she’s more of a serious actor. Because of a lot of it was very serious. – Serious films, okay. Do we agree with that? – I don’t think she’s a comedian. She’s not a comedian.
– I think comedic, like web things. – You can say that, but
she’s not a comedian. – What’s a character that
we could describe to her? – She could take like
the “Friends” characters and put ’em into the
same apartment building, but they’d live on different floors, she goes floor by floor
playing all the people on the different floors. Then she could have a running gag going, “And the plumber doesn’t do this.” “And the plumber doesn’t do this.” “And the plumber doesn’t do,” whatever, and then she has a theme. – That is so good. – He just told me to
do a “Friends” reboot. – Work on a subway bit, there is so many things you could do. Rats in the subway, pervs. Somebody’s showing his
junk and you gotta phone, I mean, that could be
very funny in some ways, ’cause back in the day
there were no phones to do anything and you
would just leave the car. – Sure. – She has to think though,
make a sketch about some perv. – No! – Was this set political? – No.
– No. – No, first off, was it funny? No, not necessarily, it was too washed out for me to say that this
was political comedy. – I kinda feel like any
comedy that’s written during the present time period is gonna have hints of
politicalness in it. Like, you can’t not be effected, and if you’re completely ignoring it, that’s political in of itself because you’re saying something about the relevance of what you’re doing. I mean, I would classify it
as, in terms of everything that exists right now, A-political, but that doesn’t mean that politics aren’t filtering in in some way. – Well, thank you so
much for your feedback and for your time. The last thing we’re gonna ask you to do is take a fresh piece of
paper and write a number. One is the lowest, 10 is the highest. When you’re done leave
it in this envelope. Grab a donut and a coffee, and please, have a great rest of your day. Thank you. – Watching the feedback was
one of the greatest experiences I’ve ever had in my life
because I didn’t know people could be so mean. – All right. (upbeat music) Amanda we have a split room. (laughing) – Yes. – Two of the people found several of the characters
engaging and funny. And the other two really had a hard time saying anything positive. – Yeah, they hated me. – That’s one way of saying it. – Yeah, uh-huh, yeah. I don’t think I’ve ever
had my work evaluated in such a brutally honest way. Maybe there are some nice
nuggets inside their hatred that I could take to
really make my set better. – The New York specifics played well. – Uh-huh. – They felt strongly that
you should do some humor about subway perverts. – I heard that, and will
not ever do that, yeah. – Barbara in particular had a lot of strong feedback for you. – Yes. – In fact, she left behind some notes that you can take with you. – I’m seeing, “Very lost, not funny.” “Lost me.” So she’s lost, that’s in the second line, so she was lost quickly, twice. – Yes, it appears she was lost. – And then the last
line is just “Bombing.” I would wanna live with Barbara. Because if I lived with Barbara then I’d get that
inspiration all the time. – Your comedy score split,
you have a seven, a seven, a 4.5, and a three, for
an average score of 5.4. – She gave me a three? – It was an anonymous score. – Okay, we’ll just, okay, yeah, sure. – We’ll send you a full
report when we have it. – Okay. – But thanks for coming in. – Oh my gosh, thank you
so much for having me. – Absolutely. Barbara’s still out here if you wanna go. – Oh, yeah, thank you, can I? Barb? (edgy guitar music) – And I can’t use a photocopier,
my family has a history. – Okay, we will let you
know about the internship. Yeah, thanks for coming in. Next intern applicant, please? Hail? – Basically Canada. – Thank God, you’re the
lead innovator again. They hired this preteen
girl earlier this week and I was like, how is
she gonna do the job? This is fantastic, I am
so happy to have you back. – Actually, no, I’m
here for the internship. Turns out finding a job as
a digital content manager is very difficult when you’re
a recently fired older guy. Especially at the place you
were recently fired from. – Well, let’s keep going
with the interview, shall we? Do you have a resume? Great, thanks. Okay, it says your last position
was a low-level creative. – Yeah. – But, Hail, you were
the lead innovator here, why would you downplay
your qualifications? – Have you ever tried to look for a job with your meaty resume? They just tell you you’re too experienced, which is code for too old. – Oh, that’s horrible. – Well, on the other hand I’ve
pulled a full Jerry McGuire everywhere I’ve ever worked, so, I don’t entirely blame the system. I have zero references. – That was gonna be my next question. Okay, what is your greatest strength? – Leadership. – And your greatest weakness? – Following leadership, especially if they’re younger than me. – Kinda wish I hadn’t asked that. Listen, Hail, this is a
very low paying internship. You know that right? Are you sure you’re even interested? – The digital media
business is what I know. This isn’t ideal, but
at the end of the day it gets me back in the game. Also, my daughter wants to
go to social media camp, and that’s not cheap. – Mm, you’re definitely the
most qualified candidate I’ve interviewed, and personally, I would love for you to be back here. – Yeah? – So, can you start today? – Yeah, absolutely! – Okay! Oh, we should go over
your responsibilities. – Oh yeah, I’m qualified. – So first responsibility is
getting coffee for the pod. – Does that include Keylee? – Unfortunately, yes. – That one hurts a bit. – Yeah, hurts me too. (drum beat music) – In the comedy content
business some ideas are objectively stupid. In New York City these ideas are handled by an elite squad of
comedians so committed that they can will any bit into success. They are, Too Stupid to Fail. (glass shattering) (upbeat rock music) (upbeat music) – Mind if I sit down with you? May I sit here? – Yeah. – Nice day, huh? Use some of this guy here. Whoop, there we go, right on the knee. (groaning) (groaning) That’s nasty. Here you go, a little bit
for you, and a lot for me, there we go. (both laughing) A little on the lip, there you go. Want some lotion Beth, you’re good? They have a lotta of different lotions, you gotta try all the
different ones, you know? (laughing) This is for kids, all right,
this is hard lined, okay. We got this guy, vanilla, woo. That don’t stink. Now we gotta smell the Axe. This is extra healing, I wish
I could put it on my heart. I got a broken heart. People say I put on too much. I could get it everywhere,
you know what I mean? – Uh-huh. – ‘Cause then you go
like, just like slap it. You gotta get the shoulders. You gotta do the forehead. I’m gonna just lotion
up my belly real quick. You guys can look away if you want. You don’t have to look. Look at me, I’m a white guy now. (upbeat music) I can’t even open it. Oh, it’s closed,
– That’s ’cause you’re too lotioned.
– I’m too lotioned. Oop, sorry, hands. There’s someone feeding pigeons? – Yeah. – That guy sounds like a real asshole. If you’re ever short on, if
you’re trying to make a cake and you’re out of regular butter, put a little bit of shea butter on it, you know what I mean? This is an organic one that I made. Some of it in your mouth.
– Ew. That’s disgusting. – But it’s good for the body. (laughing) You know it’s good, yeah. (laughing) Somehow you new you looked different. – Oh, okay, well. – I freaked that man out. (glass shattering) (soft music) (upbeat music) – Rock train. – We’re gonna live forever. – Hey, this was a really
good conversation. – Yeah, I’m so glad we had it. – Yeah, we should do it again sometime. – Yeah, totally. – Sure.
– All right, don’t try to run. – Whoa, whoa, whoa, what’s going on? – I think we’re being robbed. – Give me your Litecoin. – Hey, what? – What are you deaf? I said give me your
Litecoin, and your Bitcoin, I need that too. – Wait, how did you know we
were about that crypto life? – You guys have been talking
about Satoshi Nakamoto for like five blocks. – Yeah, he’s the Banksy of crypto but– – Duh. – Do you want our Tron and Verge too? – What, do I look like, a fucking asshole? – Well, you are mugging us. – I don’t want your shit coin! – Okay, sorry, all right,
please don’t hurt us. – All right. Scan this QR code and send your crypto to my current Bitz account. – Okay, sure, yeah, all right, no problem. Hey, oh, ah, do you mind
turning the brightness all the way up? It’s just not reading. – All right, that’s as bright as it goes. – Okay, what generation iPhone is that? – I don’t know, like a 5S. – Oof, really? – I will cut you! – Ooh, okay. Whoa, whoa, okay.
– Send me your crypto! – All right, sending it.
– Whoa, whoa, okay, okay, – listen, listen, listen,
I have $1,000 cash that I will give you right now. – What are you, a fucking bodega? I don’t want your old
money, cashless is the now. – Okay, yeah, we totally get that. Cash is the now, crypto’s the future, but this is $1,000 cash
that I can give you right now to walk away with. – All right fine, maybe I’ll take it to wipe my ass with! (all laughing) – Oh man, that is good. – That’s funny. – Ooh, I crack myself up
sometimes, I really do. – Oh man, you’re great. – Yeah, yeah, yeah,
we’ve never met someone who’s like all about that
bar chain as much we are. – Shut up and give me your shit! – Okay, okay, sorry.
– Okay, okay, – it’s just that we never meet anybody who is well versed in crypto as we are. We thought that maybe
you might be interested in working for us? – Yeah, yeah. – What kinda job we talking about? – Entry-level crypto currency analyst. – What kinda benefits are you offering? – We can offer you 50K a
year plus compensation. And any sort of like healthcare benefits. – What about dental? – Yeah, yeah, full-time
dental, yeah, no problem, just please, don’t hurt us. – All right, fine, you got a deal. – Okay, great.
– Okay, great. – Cool.
– Cool, cool, cool. – Cool.
– So when do I start? – I don’t know, Monday? – Ooh, I can’t do Monday, I got a thing. – Okay, next Wednesday? – That works for me. – Okay, great.
– Yeah, okay, fine. – Great, cool, you have no worries. – Yeah, yeah. All right, cool. – Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Should we exchange information? – Oh, yeah, God, yeah, how am I gonna find ya?
– Of course, yeah, yeah, yeah. – Here I got you guys a card. – Yeah, there you go.
– There you go. – Okay, great, perfect. – Thank you so much. – Hey, it’s not gonna be
weird because of the whole, you know, ah, mugging thing, right? – No.
– No, no, no. – No, seriously not.
– Okay, good, just checking. – Yeah, no worries. Yeah, yeah, yeah. – How do you think our dads got rich? – Ah, yeah, ha, ha, this guy right here! – Oh, okay. (laughing) – Your crimes ’cause
you’re white, I get it. – Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. – I get it, I get it. Right, well, I guess I’ll
see you guys on Wednesday. – Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, see you, Wednesday.
– Cool, all right. – All right, see ya. – Yeah, see ya. – She was nice. – So nice. – Never got her name. – Never got her name. – Never got her name. – Yeah, I peed in my pants a little. – Yeah, I peed, pooped, threw up, sharted, diarrheaed, and I peed more. (cash register dinging) ♪ Monster cash, monster cash ♪ ♪ I got monster cash ♪ – Mr. B55 the Loch Ness Monster is not adjusting well to fame. He’s sad and depressed. – Yeah, well I don’t give a shit. The Loch Ness Monster is
one of the hottest artists on Monstrosity Records, he’ll be fine. – He needs a break, I don’t
think he should go on this tour. – He’s gonna go, we just
have to get somebody to make sure that he doesn’t
do anything stupid before then. (knocking) – Intern here with the mail. – Come in. Hey Ray, how you doing? (siren blaring) – You, intern, I want you to look after the Loch Ness Monster today, and make sure he gets to his tour. He’s at his studio right
now, go meet him there. – Okay. Excuse me, I’m here to
see the Loch Ness Monster. – Shh, he’s about to record. ♪ Oh, oh ♪ ♪ Oh, oh ♪ ♪ Whoa, everybody leave me alone ♪ ♪ I really hate being famous ♪ ♪ I would prefer to be nameless ♪ ♪ But my name is the Loch Ness Monster ♪ ♪ And I wanna just live in the water ♪ ♪ I feel trapped like Free Willy
’cause they won’t let me go ♪ ♪ But I’m not an orca whale,
I’m probably a dinosaur ♪ ♪ Whoa, whoa, whoa, I
can’t take it no more ♪ ♪ Snapping pictures of me
everywhere I go, like whoa ♪ ♪ Everybody leave me alone ♪ ♪ Whoa ♪ ♪ Oh ♪ Who are you? – I’m Lil’ Ray, I’m a
Monstrosity Records intern. I was sent here to make sure
you get to your tour tomorrow. Do you need anything? – Man, I hate this shit,
being a famous rapper sucks. I shed tears every day, son. – But, you got a lotta money,
cheer up Mr. Loch Ness Monster ♪ Oh ♪ ♪ Cheer up Mr. Loch Ness Monster ♪ ♪ You are not an imposter ♪ ♪ You got so much money
you could eat pasta ♪ ♪ At a restaurant every single day ♪ ♪ And you got so much money ♪ ♪ You got, you got so much money ♪ ♪ That you could make it rain ♪ ♪ And then you could take lots of cash ♪ ♪ Outta your pocket and throw
in the air anywhere, yeah ♪ – That shit was hot. – Thanks. Wanna head to your house now? I can help you pack for your tour. – Nah-ah, we’re going somewhere else. – Excuse me, Mr. Loch Ness Monster, why are we at a lake? – What’s your dream, little homie? – Oh, I wanna be a famous
rapper and make monster cash. – That’s cool. My dream is simple, I just
wanna live in this lake and poke my head in and
out of the water sometimes. I want everybody to think
I’m a hoax and I don’t exist. Just keep grinding little
homie, you’ll make it one day. – Thanks. He’s finally free. ♪ Da na da da na na na ♪ ♪ Free Willy ♪ ♪ Da na na na na na na ♪ – Wait a minute, he’s supposed
to go on tour tomorrow. Oh, fuck. ♪ Monster cash, monster
cash, I got monster cash ♪ (fast paced rock music) – Hello, and welcome to “Hot Take,” the sports debate show with the bold takes everyone else is afraid to say. Right now the sports debate
of our time, Lebron or MJ? Our experts Deuce Gallagher
and Randy Thompson sound off on who truly is the GOAT. – Michael Jeffrey Jordan is
the greatest basketball player to ever set foot on a basketball court. 6-0 in the finals, six NBA championships. Six finals MVPs, five regular season MVPs. Defensive Player of the Year. But you know what? Honestly, honestly, it is not my job to defend why Michael is the greatest. It is your job to defend why he’s not. – And that’s our first, “Hot Take.” (air horn blowing) (bell dinging) Deuce, what do have to say to that? – If humanity were on
the brink of extinction and there was just one
game that would decide the entire fate or our
species, and you had to chose, Michael or Lebron, the answer is clear. It’s the Chosen One, the King. (air horn blowing) (bell dinging) – I’m not denying that Lebron James may be more physically gifted. In fact, that’s kinda the point. If MJ had Lebron’s physical gifts, he would have 10 championships minimum. (air horn blowing) (bell dinging) – I am not arguing that
Lebron James is the best, what I am arguing is that Lebron is better than Michael Jordan. If I was Lebron, I’d already
have 12 championships. – What do you mean, “If
you were Lebron,” Deuce? – If I was Lebron, if I had his size, his speed, his work
ethic, his basketball IQ, his court vision, et cetera, et cetera. If I was him, I’d be way better
than him, I guarantee ya. (air horn blowing) (bell dinging) – I’d also have more titles
than Lebron, if I was Lebron. Clearly, clearly, but
that doesn’t even compare to the amount of championships I would win if I were Michael Jordan. (air horn blowing) (bell dinging) – If you look up Lebron’s
averages in the 2015 finals and you try to say that sentence
again with a straight face, go ahead, I’ll wait. (air horn blowing) (bell dinging) – He didn’t even win that finals! I’m glad you brought that up, because that actually proving my point! (air horn blowing) (bell dinging) – The fact that you think
that is proving your point, is actually my point. (breathing hard) (heart beating) – What the fuck was that? – What the? – What the F? – Did that happen to you? – Oh my God. – Did that happen to both of you two? – What was that? – There was nothing. – There was nothing. – This is meaning less. (exhaling) We are meaningless. – We are meaningless. – Yeah. (air horn blowing) (dramatic music) (birds chirping) (soft music) – It’s all so familiar. What is the seed of all this? – Is this all just one body, one mind? – Is this me? Is this who I am? This endless dance. – This explosion. – What is underneath? My God. (birds chirping) – Three things are beyond doubt. – One, there is nothing. – Two, there is this. – Three, there has never been, nor will there be, nor could there be a better basketball player than Michael Jordan. – Absolutely. – No fucking chance. (edgy guitar music) (clapping) – Our first episode of
“Delivery Daddy’s Dabbing” has been posted, and the
views are flooding in. – Aren’t all 13-year-olds
supposed to have braces? – Is she wearing the Chanel boots? – I present to you our next innovation, “Guys Over Six Feet.” It’s a series of videos of
guys over six feet tall. – That sounds pretty good, I’d watch that. – Okay, I can’t take this. Ruby? – Must you? – Ruby, your ideas, while
great, are only one perspective. I mean, you can’t expect
Oliver to go viral. – Delivery for Ruby Day. – Okay, that was unfortunate,
but I stand by what I said. A great lead innovator
once said to us that “Innovators innovate together.” Okay, have we all forgotten that? Okay, we are innovators, and
innovators innovate together. Man, that chant does
not have a ring to it. I’m gonna stop. – Don’t you understand? Digital content creation isn’t
about creating great ideas, it’s about the views. The only thing that matters is the views. – All right everyone, eyes up here. – Hail? – Ruby? – Hail? – It’s dad. (gasping) – I knew you were my dad. (scoffing) – I’m talking to my daughter. Ruby, you’re the new lead innovator? – The job market’s rough these days. – I thought you were supposed
to be at acapella practice? – You should be in anger management. (chuckling) – Teenagers. (laughing) Listen, I came here because
I wanted to say something. (clearing throat) Sorry, my voice may be a little raspy. (somber music) What do I always say? Protect yourself at all times. – I’ve never heard you say that. – This company needs to protect itself and the voices of its
writers who have brought us such brilliant innovations as
scabs getting picked up-close. Now, times are a changing,
I don’t wanna hold us back. So, so I’m saying no to
the internship, Molly. But Ruby, I can train you. Even though you’re a child,
Ruby, I can train you. – Yeah, I’m good. – All right, Ruby quits everybody. – Dad! – Oh, I can do that, I’m your father. – Come on Michelle, let’s go. – Yeah, no thank you. – But, I thought we were BFFs? – I would but I’m three
months away from a raise. – Why does everyone think we
get raises in three months? – I’ll go with you. – Yes, the intern, let’s go. – This family has now
stolen two of our interns! – Come on, let’s go hit up a buffet. – Six feet, huh? (upbeat rock music) – Yeah, sorry I was an
hour or something late. I was taking a nap, take a couple of them throughout the day. Is that okay? Also, I’ll need my own
outdoor porta potty. I’m allergic to indoor toilets. Dairy, soy, peanuts, gluten, dust, cats, that’s all I can eat. I’m allergic to everything else. I live with my parents in Philadelphia so I’ll have to leave at like
1:30, two, every single day. Also, I’m a part of a
religious organization that believes that touching
other people’s coffee takes away their soul,
so, coffee runs, mm-mm. (upbeat rock music) (upbeat music) ♪ Cupcake ♪ (upbeat music) (dramatic music)

Does Your Camera See in the Dark Better Than You!? | 10 Lens Giveaway!

Does Your Camera See in the Dark Better Than You!? | 10 Lens Giveaway!


– So I was looking for a good spot to film an intro to this video, and I was like, “this looks
like a pretty good spot,” “even though it’s super dark,” and it kinda got me thinking,
when did the low light on these cameras become so good? Because I remember 10 years
ago, there were so many different things I wanted
to film at night or whatever and it was just like, “well
we can’t, it’s too dark,” “it’s gonna look terrible,”
and the only way to film anything at that point was
to turn on night vision mode and everything looked like
a SEAL Team Six mission and everything looked
super green and crazy, but now with this camera set up, even if it’s dark, I’m
like, “eh, this will work,” “let’s just film here.” But it really got me wondering, how far can I push the
low light on this camera, and can I get it to the
point where it can see better than me in the dark? So I was like, “okay, let me
find one of the fastest lenses” “I could put on this
camera, something with a” big ol aperture that
lets in tons of light,” so theoretically it should
be excellent in low light, and I found the Canon 50mm 1.0! I saw the price tag and I was like, – Nooo! – So now I have the 50mm 1.2, it’s also worth noting that
this is the Canon EOS R which is one of my favorite cameras, but it’s not some outrageously expensive, custom made in Egypt type of camera, for example, if a soccer
mom went over to Best Buy and was like, “I want a nice camera,” and the salesman was like,
“well, how rich are you?” And she’s like,
(hip hop music) she’ll probably come back
with this kind of camera. So here’s your camera set
up, it’s the 50mm 1.2, I actually got it used on Craigslist, saved a couple 100 bucks, We’re gonna take this
out, meet up with Matti, and wait for the sun to go down. So sit back and enjoy some f/1.2 footage. Silence! Well we have broken into Armando’s lair! (laughs) To do some torture stuff! Non-sexual though, just (mumbling)
(muffled scream) non-sexual stuff! I’m gonna take off your tape, alright? (laughing) Sorry, I was gonna try
to do that faster, but – My lips! (laughing) How long did you say this was gonna take? I feel like this is just a con job where you’re just gonna
steal all my camera gear and you’re gonna run away. – Yes. So it basically takes about 10 minutes for your cones to adapt and
then about 30 minutes total for your rods, rods, I think
there’s rods in your eyes, I have no idea how this
eyeball science works. – Now if you’re an optometrist, leave a comment down
below and let us know. (laughing) – Yeah, tell us how inaccurate we are. It’s been a few minutes and my eyes are already adapting a
lot, when I first shut off these lights, I couldn’t see anything, I was stumbling around, but
now I can actually kinda see a little bit, so my eyes
are already adapting, but here’s the issue, for
me to operate this camera, I have to look at an LCD, and that’s light entering my eyes, so it ruins
my night adaptive vision, even this candle is ruining
my night adaptive vision, so he’s got blindfolds
on, we’re gonna give him a full 30 minutes to get his
super night vision eyes ready, and we’re gonna see if the
camera can still see better than our eyes. I’m going to blow out this candle real quick, – [Armando] Oh crap. – [Potato Jet] Oh man, it is dark, just to give you guys an idea of how dark it is right
now, this is my phone, this is my phone screen, it looks like he has decent lighting on him. It’s interesting because
through this camera, I’m seeing a whole lot more than I am with my actual eyes still,
this footage looks terrible on the camera, but still. See how it says Canon
right here on this handle? Right on the center? I can’t read that with my eyes. If there’s one other camera
that’s better in low light, it’s the A7 III, which
Armando happens to have. What kinda lens is this? – I forgot the name but it’s basically a vintage lens that goes
down to 0.95 aperture. – This is one of the best low
light lenses you could get. Yeah, the only camera that would be better and it would just decimate everything is that Canon camera
that’s like 20,000 dollars, like it literally can see in the dark. – So, there are definitely cameras that can see way better
in the dark than we can, but we’re talking about cameras that they would sell
on Best Buy or Amazon. None of these cameras
that we’re using right now is like, “exclusive.” Anyways, it’s been about 33 minutes, he hasn’t seen any light. So, I’m gonna write
down a little note here. – This guy’s writing
like, a whole paragraph. – [Potato Jet] Whoa,
this lens is interesting, it’s like, vignettey. Alright, so I’m gonna blow this out. – [Third Speaker] Whoa, that’s crazy! – [Potato Jet] With this
lens, I can still read it. – [Armando] Really? – [Potato Jet] It’s really
grainy on the camera, and it’s definitely very close to not being able to read
it, but we can see it. Armando, why don’t you
take off your blindfold? – [Armando] Okay, here
goes, 30 minutes later. – [Potato Jet] I can make certain words, I see “Armando” right here, right? Does it say “Armando” at the very end? Or no.
– [Armando] Yeah. – [Potato Jet] That’s crazy,
this camera is literally able to see more than you,
even after you’ve been blindfolded for 30 minutes. – [Armando] Dude, I can’t read it. – [Potato Jet] I think
it’s safe to say that the camera can see
better than the human eye at this point. I’m gonna give you a little bit of light. – [Armando] Oh, thanks. Potato Jet is the best
channel on YouTube, right? Way better than Armando. (laughing) – [Potato Jet] Here,
I’m gonna turn on just the light from my phone now. – Oh god, that hurts! Dude, I can’t even, you messed my vision. That really hurt my eyes, dude. – [Potato Jet] Did that really? – Yeah, dude when you hit that light. – Just look at this camera real quick. – Holy crap! – I mean, that’s definitely
better than what we can see with our eyes, right? – Yeah dude, that looks
like there’s light, like the lights are on. – [Potato Jet] That is nuts! – [Armando] You can see
the tree details, dude! – [Potato Jet] I’m seeing you way better than I’m seeing you in person, and that’s awesome,
because if you can see it with your eyes, you can record it, which is insane to me. Right now I don’t think
my eyes are night adapted, so to me, seeing this tripod in this shot, I could see the tripod
that’s closer to me, but then that tripod kind of further back, I can’t see that with my eyes. – You could take this
to the Arizona desert, and film these little small critters that only come at night, like pitch black, that normally, even 10 years ago, probably wasn’t as possible,
or at least accessible to the general market,
I think that is amazing. – If there’s a big moon
out, you’ll be able to see, isn’t that crazy? With my eyes, I can’t really
see the details on your face, it looks kinda like, around there, like I could barely see
you, and I definitely can’t see details on your face, this is how it actually looks to my eyes. This is just crazy! That was pretty impressive, right? Anyways, now we are filming
on the GoPro Hero 7, can you see me? At all? Can you see anything? The GoPro Hero 7 is an awesome camera, but does not have the most
fantastic low light ever, so luckily I still have my EOS R here, but look at this difference, though, I’m in a really, really dark spot, but come on, on the GoPro,
you can’t really see anything at all, and on the EOS R, I’m not even maxed out on my ISO, so, we’re good. But anyways, we’re
still a few minutes away from being able to stretch this video out past that 10 minute mark, so I wanna tell you guys about Skillshare, who’s sponsoring this episode. My goal is to do a giveaway on
every single sponsored video, I don’t wanna promise
that, because I don’t wanna promise something and regret later, but Skillshare pays me
money to tell you guys about Skillshare, and I’m
really good at spending money that I just earned, so I just
bought 10 of these lenses and I’m giving them out to you guys, this is a 50mm 1.8, now,
right now I’m shooting on a 50mm 1.2, I wish I could
buy 10 of these 1.2 lenses but then I would be so
broke, but this is the f/1.8, so it is pretty decent for low light, the downside is that it’s an EF lens, so you have to have either a Canon EF lens or an adapter to an EF
lens, but these are probably one of the most common
types of lenses around, so even if you’re shooting on an A7, if you have an adapter
for an adapter for an EF or whatever, then you can enter. You have to live in the
continental United States, I think that’s what it’s called. Contiguous?
– [Dylan] Yeah. – It’s not continuous? – It’s contiguous. – Contiguous?
– Contiguous, yeah. – That’s a word? I thought it was continuous. – This is stuff you can
learn on Skillshare. – (laughs) Yes. I’ve been lied to my whole life, I thought it was “continuous” 48 states. He won like, the geography bee, right? – [Dylan] 5th Grade. – Fifth grade geography bee, he won that. Basically America, but
not Alaska and Hawaii, sorry, you guys are
uninvited to this lens party. I need you guys to do me a favor, don’t enter if you already
have a solid 50mm prime, or you don’t have a camera that fits this, I’m really just trying
to get this lens out to people that really
want it and can use it. This will be awesome for you,
I’ve made a couple videos on this in the past, and
I really dig this lens for its price. 10 of you guys are gonna win this! Skillshare is an online
learning community, just like, a lot of super cool lessons, if you wanna go on there
and learn anything, for example, video’s always
been complicated to do low light, which is why this is so amazing that we could film video in low light, but, low light photography
or long exposure has been around a very long time, and there’s classes all about that, you just leave a camera on a tripod, and then just open up that
shutter for a couple seconds, maybe 10 seconds, 20 seconds,
and it gives that camera a whole bunch of time to
just absorb all this light, so you could actually get
a super low light shot, even when it’s pitch dark, with no grain. While you have the shutter open, you could take out a light, and just like, wave it around, and you
could do some light painting and all this cool stuff,
there’s so many things you can learn, all on Skillshare. I feel so stupid, trying to draw, but just stuff in the air,
but it comes out looking cool in the photos, so it’s worth it. If you sign up for a premium account, you literally get access
to unlimited courses and unlimited knowledge. There’s a link in my description, so the first 500 people
to click it and sign up gets a free trial for two months, what? You can learn so much stuff in two months (speaking gibberish) and after that, an annual plan is less than 10 bucks a
month, which is pretty cheap compared to like, college and stuff, so, good value! And we’re back at my apartment, and we don’t have any of the lights on, we don’t even need lights anymore, since these cameras are
so good in low light, all I need is my laptop here, I’m gonna turn up the
brightness on my screen and look at that! Whoa, that’s bright! Actually, monitors can be a
full RGB light in a sense, I got Photoshop open here, and I can just take that paint bucket,
paint something yellow, whoa, look at this color of light! How about a blue light, let’s
try that out, boom, whoa! This is actually pretty
cool, who needs lights now when you have computer monitors. I just have a Photoshop file open and I’m just using the paint bucket to change the color of the screen. A little bit too yellow. Anyways, thanks, Matti Happoja, for showing me around
Toronto, and keep an eye on his channel for a couple
videos that we shot together, and also, thanks, Armando, for letting me blindfold you for 30 minutes, that’s a lot of trust, man. Is this too bright? Do I need to lower the
brightness a little bit? There we go, how about that. Armando and I made a video on his channel, about how to set up a cinema camera, kinda building out a camera, and just explaining what each piece does. Alright, so how about now,
we read some comments, my last video is sliders vs. gimbals. Top comment, Steve says,
“you can eat a slider,” “you can’t eat a gimbal.” That actually took me a lot
longer than it should’ve for me to get the joke,
(laughs) I was like, “what, you can’t eat a slider,
that would hurt your mouth.” “I don’t wanna say this, but M&M’s are” “way better than KitKats,”
you are incorrect. “Is he wearing boxers?” “Noticed it at 1:30.” (laughing) Get away from here!
– Milk chocolate sucks! (laughing) No, I never put on pants,
I’m not putting on pants unless I have to, okay? Do you think I’m wearing pants right now? Woohoo! It’s just awkward when I’m filming and the UPS guy comes
and knocks at the door, and I’m like, “oh crap,
I gotta put on pants!” Chris Rollins says, “when
will my texas mural” “make it in a video.” There it is in all its
glory, whenever people come over and visit, I give them a roll of tape and I ask them to just make
a little bit of tape art as a signature to my room,
this one’s from Christina, this is not a true statement, by the way.

The Biggest Casino Jackpot Wins Ever Caught On Camera

The Biggest Casino Jackpot Wins Ever Caught On Camera


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Xamarin.Forms 101: Using Embedded Images

Xamarin.Forms 101: Using Embedded Images


>>Hi everyone, welcome
back to Xamarin.Forms 101. I’m your host, Maddy
Ledger, and today, we’re going to look at how to
use embedded resources to put images directly into your
Xamarin.Forms project. So in a previous Xamarin.Forms 101, I showed you how to add your
images to your Android and in your iOS project and create all these different
resolutions and all of that. With embedded resource images, you just add one image to
your Xamarin.Forms project, so it’s really useful if you want the same resolution
and the same image across all your platforms
and you don’t want to maintain different copies
of the same image. Let’s take a look at how
to do it in the code. So I’m going to file a new
Xamarin.Forms app. I’m [inaudible] Mac. I have my iOS Simulator up and running so we can
see this at the end. But what I’m going to do is add
a folder here to hold my images. So add New Folder, I’ll call it Images, and then I will add
an existing item to this folder and pull
in my monkey picture. So Add Existing item, I’ll change this to All Files, I’ll go to my Desktop, find my monkey, grab it
and put it in this folder. There we go. So monkey.JPEG currently does not have a build action, so I have to change that
to Embedded resource. Not page, Embedded
resource. There we go. The Embedded resource ID of this is going to be
EmbeddedImages.images.monkey.JPEG. So it’s nested in this folder,
so it’s foldername.filename. Now, I can’t actually convert my resource ID to a string
directly from XAML. So what we have to do is write
a custom markup extension that allows that to happen in
my Image Source Attribute. So add a class here, New item, a class and we will
name it ImageResourceExtension. Now, this is going to
implement IMarkupExtension. So the same way that you’d create any other markup extension for XAML. That also means it needs to implement this particular
function provide value, which we’ll come back to in a second. But we’re also going to add the content type of
it which is Source, which is a string. So public string source, your standard getter and setter, and then up here, I can tell it that this markup extension expects a
content that is of type source. So name of source, just like that. So now I don’t have to nest a
bunch of things in my XAML. I can just do it as one
nice markup extension. So back to this provide value. The first thing I’m going to
do is a quick null check. So if Source equals
null, don’t do anything, just return my null,
but provide value once being a return object and
that object is going to be my embedded image using
that resource ID. So we’ll call it imageSource
equals imageSource, which is a type.FromResource, which is how you tell it
to grab that resource. It’s of type source that string, and then it’s going to be from this class, an
ImageResourceExtension.GetTypeInfo.Assembly. This comes in from system.reflection, you need the GetTypeInfo.Assembly instead of just the regular method, because UWP requires
that overload there. So let me put my semicolon, hit “Enter” and then return
imageSource. Just like that. So again, this is
getting my imageSource, the actual bits that make up my JPEG or my PNG or
whatever from the resource, which is the string source which I passed in through my
markup extension in XAML. The type is this class that
we created right here, and then this stuff is for UWP. So let’s go back into my
main page about XAML, and then we can get
rid of this label, and we’ll make an image
with the source equals, and I’ll open my curly braces, because I know it’s going
to be a markup extension, but I don’t have that
namespace in here yet. So I will add it as xmlns: local, and I’ll grab my embedded images, and then my Source is going to
be of type local: ImageResource, which is the “Class” I just made, and then
EmbeddedImages.images.monkey.jpg. Just like that. Then I’ll hit “Save”, and I’ll build it onto
my simulator right here. So this is just the way that
you create markup extension. You can see it drops that
ImageResourceExtension word, it’s just the imageResource. You can do this with any type of
content that you want to set. So if you’re building
a custom control, you can do it like that,
anything like that. Wait for the stimulated to
boot up, give it a second, and then it’s going to restart, and there you go. There’s your monkey right
there in your iOS Simulator. I’m on Windows, I add it to my Xamarin.Forms project
paired to a Mac, and it knows at build
time to build that image and stick it right in
my iPhone right there. So hopefully, between
this Xamarin.Forms 101 and the other Xamarin.Forms 101
on platform-specific images, you have a better idea
of the methods you can use to add images to
your Xamarin.Forms app. Definitely check out
our documentation, it’s super helpful and has
really good examples and code that I’ll walk you through
it. Thanks for watching.>>Hey, it’s James,
checking in on your Xamarin.Forms journey
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