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Nikon F55  analog film camera /sample images

Nikon F55 analog film camera /sample images


Hello friends of analog photography. In today’s video I’m gonna share some of my test images with you that I took with the Nikon F55. It´s this camera that I’ve already mentioned in one of my previous videos. What I like about the Nikon F55 is, that I can use it with my modern Nikon lenses. This gives me an extra step of quality on the 35 millimeter film. So without wasting any more time, let’s start the slideshow and if you liked it, please hit that subscribe button. Thank you! all images first shot on Ilford HP5 plus. The film was not pushed or anything in post. It’s just developed and scanned in to show you the images

Top 10 Best Smartphones Under 10000 | Android 📱| Camera | (2020 )

Top 10 Best Smartphones Under 10000 | Android 📱| Camera | (2020 )


Hello friends, once again welcome in your Top 10 Hindi Channel. Friends, mobile phones are an integral part of our lives today, and there are many options in the market as per everyone’s needs. Mutual brands of different brands have made the customers silver. Without a lot of money, you can find dual camera, 4G Volte, fingerprint sensor-like phone, within just Rs. 10,000. In this video, we will tell you the top 10 phones which are best in features, performance and quality and that too within just Rs. 10,000. Fingerprint sensor is available in almost all the phones mentioned here and we gave links in description so that you can buy let’s get on.. 1.Redmi Y2 Number1 in the list is Xiaomi’s Redmi Y2 whose 16MP front camera is not only for Perfect Selfie, but also offers face unlock feature for selfie lovers With 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, it has a 12MP primary camera and 3080 mAh battery. Available in Y2, Black, Blue, Dark Gray, Gold and Rose Gold colors with Android Oreo 8.0 OS and Snapdragon 625 processor. So what are you thinking, with this phone of Rs 10,000 only you can become a “selfie king” between your friends? 2.Infocus Vision 3 Now a phone whose company is American but the phone is Made in India and which is also my personal choice With a 5.7 inch slim screen, it has 16 + 5MP primary and 8MP front camera which is extremely beautiful to do the work 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage might be less likely, but the 4000 mAh strong battery and fingerprint sensor make Vision 3 a good phone I have been using it for almost a year, and so far there is no problem. This phone can be yours only Rs 7000 3.Tecno Camon iClick Camon iClick of Tecno mobiles in Hong Kong is our new entry in the list .The look of this phone is as cute as it is. Everywhere, in every weather or environment,the best photo is credited with 16MP primary and 20MP cellphone camera. 4GB RAM will not let your phone hang, 64GB storage can handle a lot of data and multimedia. The 3750 mAh battery and 6 inch screen phone costs around Rs 9,500. And a unique thing, instead of 12 month warranty you get 13 months warranty. 4.Honor 7C Huawei’s Honor 7C is at number 4 This 32GB model has 3GB RAM and 3000 mAh battery which will give you a memorable performance with Snapdragon 450 processor. Also, its 13 + 2MP dual camera and 8MP front camera provide the best picture quality. The power of this phone is its strong body which can not be damaged even if it accidentally collapses. This does not mean that you slip the phone to check, but you can keep this phone for a long time. Its starting price is 9,000 rupees. 5.Moto E5 Plus Another superb phone from Motorola’s family, which has Motorola’s name and the 5000 mAh power of the great-battery and also with the Rapid Charging feature You get the Snapdragon 430 Octa-core processor with Moto E5 Plus 12MP primary camera and 5MP front camera and 6-inch Max Vision display Moto E5 Plus, 3GB RAM and 32GB storage starts at Rs 9,000, while the Moto E5 is available in 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage only up to 8000 rupees. According to your budget you can choose your model. 6.10.or G Regardless of whether 10.or new brand, but giving the best smartphones in less budget. At number 6. 10.or G with both 32GB and 64GB storage variant available within 10,000 While the price of a model with 4GB RAM starts at 9,000, the phone with 3GB of RAM is available for up to 8,000. But despite this, both models have 13+ 13MP dual rear camera and 16MP selfi camera While its 4000 mAh battery will give you great performance, the strong body will keep you tension free. And 5.5 inch screen is just for entertainment. 7.Lenovo K8 Plus At number 7 is the Lenovo K8 Plus, which Lenovo launched with the MediaTek HelioP25 Octa Core processor. K8 Plus’s 13 + 5MP dual rear camera and 8MP front camera, and also with party flash, make every selfie perfect. There is also a dedicated memory card slot with a 4000 mAh battery and a Dual Nano sim slot. While 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage are available up to Rs 7,000, 4GB of RAM and 32GB storage can be made only for 9,000 rupees. 8.Redmi 6A Xiaomi’s only another phone is Redmi 6A at number 8. This phone has great graphics and controls for gaming and with 3000 mAh battery 13MP rear camera and 5MP front camera give great picture quality. Starting from just Rs 7,000, this budget phone has 5.5 inch screen, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, due to which it has made a good place in the market and the hearts of the customers. The lack of Fingerprint sensor can make you look a bit awkward. But at this price, this phone is a wonderful offer for Redmi 9.Comio X1 Note Launched in May 2018, the Comio X1 Note is on our list at number 9. This phone is somewhat similar to the Moto G6 but its attractive design will appeal to you. Even if the 2900 mAh battery is low, but its 13 + 5MP dual rear camera and 8MP front camera, it also has a face unlock feature, there is no bad deal inside 8,000 rupees. With 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, this phone is available in sunrise gold and royal blue colors. It does not have fingerprint sensor but if you have to try a new brand then definitely try this phone. 10.Samsung On5 Pro While Samsung has a big name in expensive smartphones, the company has not disappointed the low-budget customers too. The exact and most recent example of this is Samsung Galaxy On5 Pro. If your budget is limited to Rs 7,000, then this phone with 2GB of RAM and 16GB storage is best suited for you.It has 8MP rear camera and 5MP front camera with 2600 mAh battery. This phone is a cheap and good option for multitasking and especially entertainment. Friends, today when more performance and quality are being given priority than name, then new brands are putting everyone in surprise I am extremely surprised and happy with the performance of Infocus myself, while Tecno Camon iClick is also a Trier Which of these models are you buying, please tell us by commenting. Also, share this video as much as you like and share it in the video and make sure to sub Thank you for giving us your precious time.

How to Hang a Picture : How to Use Various Types of Picture Hangers

How to Hang a Picture : How to Use Various Types of Picture Hangers


Hi. I’m Bobby Hester on behalf of Expert Village.
In this series we’re going to show you how to hang big pictures, small pictures, and
every size in between. We’re going to show you how to use hangers, and we’re going to
show you how to quickly and easily hang a picture just like a professional. In this
clip I’m going to show you some different hangers that are available on the market.
Just some of the basic ones. There’s a huge assortment of different types of hangers and
gadgets and gizmos that you can use to hang a picture with. But I’m going to show you
some of the more common ones in this next clip. The first one I’m going to show you,
it’s pretty much a classic hanger and there are several different kinds that are similar
to this one. They basically all have a little hook to hang your picture on and then a nail
that slides through. And that nail goes into the sheet rock. And that’s a very strong hanger.
It comes in several different models, this one is a 30 pound, this one is a 100 pound
version that has 3 nails in it and there is also a tiny little 10 pound one. Moving along,
we have these larger ones. This is a100 pound hanger, really good for hanging large pictures
or big mirror or something that you really need that much strength for. There are also
these hangers that screw into the wall. And, they’re very strong. Well, this one’s only
35 pounds, but you can get these that are pretty large. The thing that I don’t like
about these is it makes a really large hole in your wall so if you ever decide to move
your picture; you’ll have a really big hole that you’ll have to fix. But they’re simple
to put in, you just put them in with a screwdriver and they screw right into the wall. The next
one I want to show is a hanger with a self adhesive on the back that’s really good for
hanging in many of your libraries, you want to hang a picture on a cabinet or on your
refrigerator. They’re not real good on sheet rock. I’ve noticed sometimes if you leave
them on for very long on sheet rock, it’ll rip away some of your texture on your sheet
rock.

How to Upload High Quality Pictures On Facebook

How to Upload High Quality Pictures On Facebook


In this video I came up with 5 essential tips
that you need to know before uploading your next photo on Facebook, because you need to
take care of a few details besides the guidelines offered by the platform. I will also give you the best settings to
use when you upload a new cover for your business page or personal profile, so let’s start. There’s a constant discussion about the
Facebook compression for images. Before doing this tutorial I made lots of
tests, by uploading the same image at different resolutions and compression values trying
to find a good balance between all the settings. Also, I tried to respect the Facebook guidelines
to create the perfect cover for pages and personal profiles, trying to avoid compression
issues and artifacts, especially when using text on a solid background. So here are my 5 tips: TIP number 1 you need to resize your image. If you do this at the recommended Facebook
values you will honor the system and the compression will not kick in so hardly. Facebook recommends a resolution of 720px
or 960px or 2048px on the width of the photo. Do this proportionally, by making sure this
icon is active and you’re good to go. If you upload your resized image to Facebook,
the system will not touch it in terms of resolution, which is a good thing. TIP number 2: If needed, go to Image – Mode
and choose 8 bit, this will make your image size much smaller in the end. TIP number 3: Make sure you are using the
sRGB profile which is the Standard Red Green and Blue profile. Let’s say your photo is in the Adobe RGB
profile. You can check this by going to Edit – Assign
Profile. Make sure you open this drop down near Profile,
and choose sRGB. Take a look at the image while I’m assigning
the new profile. It makes a difference, and this is again a
good thing because you are in control, you don’t let Facebook to handle this situation for you. TIP number 4:
Use the Save For Web option by going to File – Export – Save for Web, or use the shortcut
CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+S or COMMAND+OPTION+SHIFT+S. I like this panel because it offers me tons
of options, I can see in real time how much space will the final image take on the disk. I can also see a preview if I want to check
the image for artifacts by enabling this tab up here. TIP number 5: For compression, the best results
were the ones where I used 75%. This maintains a good balance between quality
and the final size of the photo. Of course you can use the Save for web panel
to resize your image, so you can enter here one of the recommended resolutions (720, 960
or 2048px) For this example I will write in 960, save
the file at 75% compression and then upload it to my Facebook profile. If I open it, the image has details, it’s
sharp, I don’t see banding in the sky or artifacts in this case, so I take this as
a winner. As a bonus tip, let me show you how to export
your cover photo for your business page. This is what Facebook recommends: 851 x 315
px and the final image should have a maximum of 100kb. Let’s imagine you have a red background,
a logo and some text. I wanted to choose this vibrant red because
this is causing most or the problems when uploading a cover image. If I save it as it is, using the classic save
as, I choose JPEG, click SAVE, choose maximum quality and hit OK to save it, my final file
will have 117kb. When I upload it to Facebook it doesn’t
look good at all, look at those artifacts. So, here is how to fix this: Go to file – export – save for web. I check again if my resolution is correct
and then I click on this little optimize menu and choose Optimize For File Size. I enter 100kb here, I hit ok, the compression
has been adjusted automatically so I just press Save, and upload it to my Facebook Page. As you can see the artifacts are gone and
the image is clean and sharp. The file is under 100kb, so mission accomplished. Down in the description you’ll find the
link for the official Facebook guidelines web page, make sure you check it out and don’t
forget to press the like on this video if you want to help me too. Also, leave a comment below and tell me if these methods worked out for you. I’m Criss, thanks for watching and see you
next time.

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How The Car You Drive Impacts Image | Vehicles Reflect A Man’s Style Personality Perception

How The Car You Drive Impacts Image | Vehicles Reflect A Man’s Style Personality Perception


How The Car You Drive Impacts Image Vehicles
Reflect A Man’s Style Personality Perception [0:00:00] Hi! I’m Antonio Centeno. I’m the founder of
Real Men Real Style. Today, gentlemen, I’m going to be answering the question, “Does
the vehicle we drive have an effect on how other people perceive us?” Basically, do we
become what we drive? Does the vehicle that we own, does it send a signal that other people
pick up on and therefore, they form an opinion of us? Now, I’m going to base this off of a couple
of studies that I read, in addition, my own personal experience, but I would love to hear
from your gentlemen down in the comments based off of your experience, what you’ve read,
what you know about, what you’ve experienced, so I look forward to those comments. But before
we get into this, please subscribe to my YouTube channel. That way, these videos come right
to you. In addition, if you like this, if you find it useful, I’d appreciate the like. Okay, so this is the question that came in.
“Antonio, I’m a successful young man and I work in a pharmacy. I have a strong understanding
of dressing sharp, but the vehicle I drive is not pleasing to look at. Basically, it’s
an old, three-quarter ton Diesel pick-up truck. It’s loud, it smells, and whenever I drive
through town, I get kind of the evil eye from people. I’m wondering, is this holding me
back at work? Staff members or people that are my boss or higher up in the company to
me, are they going to think negatively of me based off of the vehicle I drive?” It’s a good question and something that for
his particular situation, to be honest, I don’t know if this vehicle is going to hold
him back. One of the big questions we’re going to ask is “Does it matter to everyone?” because
it doesn’t. However, there is a linked effect on the vehicle that we drive and how it affects
other people’s perceptions of us. One of the first studies was what I saw over
in Britain. This one, they surveyed almost 2000 people and they found that 57% of people
actually — and this is based on attractiveness. They said that they would rate a person as
more attractive or less attractive based off of the vehicle that they drove. They tested
a couple of other things. Twenty-one percent said they would rate a person as attractive
or less attractive based off of their job, 19% based off of confidence, 17% based off
of their intelligence, so 57% is pretty significant. So the vehicle that we drive, according to
that study — in addition, there was a 2011 study over at Temple University and they actually
ran a number of people through the ringer and they discovered that we do have an effect
or the vehicle we drive also has an effect on us and how we behave. They concluded from
that that yes, some of the assumptions we make about people and the vehicles they drive
actually is true, or in a sense, it statistically does have an effect. An example, you’re meeting me for the first
time. Say you’re in town, you’re in Wisconsin. You decide to meet Antonio up at the subway
next to his office. I pull up on a motorcycle, a Harley Davidson motorcycle versus what if
I pulled up in a minivan or if I pull up in an old, beat up Chevy pickup truck with a
big Texas grill. Now, I have owned all of those vehicles, two
of them I still own, by the way, but your perception of me — I know many of you guys
have probably watched me in my videos, so perhaps it’s going to be a bit skewed, but
if you were meeting me for the first time, if you see me pull up in a minivan, what do
you assume about me? That I’m probably going to drive the speed limit, that I have kids,
that I’m married. There are just things you’re going to want to assume there. If I show up on a motorcycle — but I don’t
have a Harley Davidson — I had a Sprint ST motorcycle. I don’t have that vehicle anymore,
but I have had a few cruisers and things like that. When I was riding motorcycles, I can
tell you that my perception of myself and who I was, was a bit different than it is
now. Nowadays, I don’t really ride bikes anymore. I’ve got kids and I want to live
to see them grow older, although I told my wife I’m going to get a bike as soon as my
kids are out of the house. But the point is oftentimes, the vehicle that we have does
have an effect on us. Now, a Chevy pickup truck, it’s very practical.
It makes sense. The grill, actually I did get that in Texas when I was stationed in
Corpus Christi and it’s been very useful up here. I hit a deer a couple of years back.
The thing just flew over to the side, no damage to my truck. Now, all of that had, people
form opinions when you see them based off of when they get out of that vehicle, whether
it’d be a work vehicle, whether it’d just be a simple vehicle. Let’s get down to the main point. Does it
matter to this gentleman? He’s a pharmacist. He works in a decent size town and he’s wondering
is this going to have a negative effect on his career. My thing is okay, who is seeing
you get in and out of this vehicle? If it’s a small company and if the people really know
you well, then I would say it’s not going to have much of an effect. They’re going to
judge you more based off your intelligence, your performance, and your ability to get
the job done. [0:04:53] However, if this is a larger company and perhaps
someone higher up or the person making the managerial decisions of where you’re going
to be placed in the company doesn’t deal with you on a day to day basis or you may
barely know, if they just know you as the guy that drives that Diesel truck that smells
and let’s say that they’re environmentalists and they’ve got a green thumb and they drive
a Prius, they may look at you as, “You know, this guy, I just feel that he just doesn’t
have the same values as me. I don’t want to see him move up in the company.” In that
case, it could have a negative effect. Now, there are certain industries in which
I would say the vehicle you drive is going to be actually pretty darn important. If you’re
in real estate, you’re driving somebody around town, you can bet the vehicle you drive, if
it smells, if it’s not clean, if it’s very impractical, if it’s got some bright colors
on it and they’re almost embarrassed to be inside of it, then yes, that’s going to affect
whether or not you’re going to close a sale, whether or not you’re going to get the deal. If you’re in sales and you’re showing up to
a client’s office and he looks out and you’re driving a $100,000 car and if you’re just
trying to lowball him on price, he’s going to wonder, “Well, what is this guy trying
to do? I can tell that he’s got money.” Understand that the vehicle you drive does send a message. Now, let’s talk about if it does matter to
you, what are the three things that you can do to in a sense mitigate it or to control
it? Well, the first thing we talked about is understanding it, but really maybe keeping
the vehicle simple. And so, if you’re going to keep the vehicle simple, what do I mean
by that? I mean non-offensive, so you don’t want to go with maybe a lime green color.
I just saw — was it a Camaro that’s for sale the other day, a big lime green. Sports car, lime green, I think that whoever
picks out that vehicle is definitely — I’m going to form an opinion of that person. If
you’re in sales, if you are in real estate, you’re probably not going to want to go with
that vehicle. In addition, think about something that is — the Prius, a number of years ago
when it first came out, a lot of people had an opinion of people that drove a Prius, the
same thing is you’re driving a dually pickup truck. Make sure that you’ve got a reason
for driving that and it has to make sense. First off, keep it simple. Second, keep it
clean. I was in a Mercedes the other day. It was 20 years old, a perfectly fine vehicle,
and it was kept immaculately clean. I had no negative perception. In fact, I just thought
that the person appreciated older vehicles and that they obviously took very care of
what they had, so no negative impression was formed. I’ve made a couple of assumptions
about the person, but by keeping your vehicle clean, that’s something that you can control
because I know not everyone out there can go out there and buy a new vehicle. Well, if you’ve got an older vehicle, keep
it clean. Also pay attention to all the details. If you’ve got a taillight that’s out, don’t
put tape — I mean temporarily, yes, you may have to put tape on it if it gets dinged up,
but get that thing replaced as soon as possible. A taillight that’s barely holding on is not
going to send the best first impression. Finally, point number there, keep it practical.
I talked about a dually pickup truck. If you grew up in West Texas and you’re moving around
trailers and you work on a farm or a ranch, sure, a dually makes sense; however, if you
live in a city and a dually is your truck moving in and around, it’s very difficult
to park that thing. It’s impractical and you have to wonder why you’re keeping this vehicle
around. Now, I know some of you guys — again, I’m not telling anyone to go out there and
buy a new vehicle, but I am saying understand that a message is being sent. That’s it. And for me, maybe you guys are
wondering, yes, I do own a minivan and I still own my almost 20-year-old Chevy pickup truck
with a big Texas grill on the front, and those probably send a message. However, I’m in the
comfortable position that most people don’t ever see me, don’t ever meet me in person,
and I’m not driving my vehicles out to conferences. I actually find that my vehicles are very
practical for what I do, so that’s why I have them. Take care, guys. I’ll see you in the next
video and I look forward to your opinions down in the comments. Take care. Bye-bye. [0:09:10] End of Audio