Fracture: It’s more than just a picture | Fracture

Fracture: It’s more than just a picture | Fracture


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How to Post a Picture on Facebook

How to Post a Picture on Facebook


How to Post a Picture on Facebook? Open your favorite Browser. Go to Facebook.com. Login to your Facebook account with your user name and password. Locate the field where it says ” what’s on your mind”. Click on the link which says “Add Photos or Video”. Now, you will see an option to upload a photo or video from your drive or create a new photo album. Hit “Upload Photos Or Video”. Pick a photo that you would like to post from your computer. You can Tag People in your Post by clicking on this little plus icon. You can also Add a location to your post by clicking on this pointer icon. You can say something about this photo in the update status box. This is How You can Post a Picture on Facebook.

Canon PowerShot SX540 HS – Wireless Connection with an iOS Device

Canon PowerShot SX540 HS – Wireless Connection with an iOS Device


[music] In this video, we’ll show you how to
connect your Canon Powershot SX540 HS digital camera to your compatible iOS
device. Let’s get started! With built in Wi-Fi® technology, you can easily share
photos from your camera to your iOS device. We recommend using Camera Access Point Mode. This is the most convenient method, which allows you to connect your camera directly to your mobile device, without
the need for a wireless router. First, let’s download the Canon Camera Connect App on your iOS device. Find and tap the App Store icon. Tap the search icon at the bottom of the screen. In the search box, type “Canon Camera Connect”, then tap “Search”. In the search results, tap “Canon Camera Connect”, then tap “Install”, and complete the installation. Now let’s connect your camera. For demonstration purposes we will be using the PowerShot G7 X Mark II. On your camera, press the Wi-Fi® button. The location of the button may vary, but the icon will look like this. If this is your first time pressing the Wi-Fi® button, you’ll be shown a device nickname. Use the default nickname or enter your own. The nickname you choose will be used later in this process. Select “OK”, then press the set button. On the connection screen, use these buttons to select “Connect to Smartphone” then press the set button. Select “Add a Device” and press the set button. The camera’s SSID, beginning with the nickname you selected earlier, will be displayed. On your iOS device, go to your Wi-Fi® settings. Find and select the network name, or SSID, shown on the camera, then enter the password displayed on the camera. Once the device is connected, return to the home screen on your iOS device, and open the Canon Camera Connect App. When this screen appears, select your camera. On the camera, highlight yes, then press the set button. You can now send images from your camera to your iOS device. Using the Canon Camera Connect
App on your iOS device, tap “Images on Camera”. When a list of images from the
camera appears on your iOS device, tap the menu icon at the bottom of the
screen. When the selection screen appears, select the images you want to send. Then, tap “Save” on the bottom right of the screen. After the images have been sent, tap the home button on the top left to
return to the menu screen. To end the connection, tap the Wi-Fi® symbol on the top right, then tap “Yes”. Congratulations! You have successfully
connected your Canon Powershot SX540 HS digital camera to your iOS device. You can now share photos from your camera to your mobile device. For help with connecting your camera to a Mac®, Windows® computer, or Android™ device,
please visit our YouTube channel for more videos. Thank you for watching! [music]

How To Find Lost Camera (Digital) – Use pet tags (Part 3)

How To Find Lost Camera (Digital) – Use pet tags (Part 3)


Have you ever lost your camera gear? Are you looking for ideas about how to
recover your camera gear if it ever does get lost? Today at the House of Hacks, I’m
going to show you a strategy to help your camera gear find its way home
if it gets lost. I belong to a local photography
Facebook group and occasionally people in that group will find camera gear
that was left at popular shooting locations. Generally what happens is the person that
finds the gear will post where it was found and who to contact to get the gear back. And many times the owner is a member of
the group, sees the post and is able to get their equipment back. Inspired by these posts this is the third
in a series of ideas to help you get your camera
gear back if it ever gets lost. The other ideas can be found in the
videos in this playlist. Hi! If we’re just meeting, welcome! I’m Harley and this is the House of Hacks
where we talk about workshop related items. Things made out of wood metal electronics
and other things of that nature. Today we’re talking about photography gear. The previous two tips were a bit on the
technical side and required knowledge of the finder to go look for the information
and they only worked for your camera and memory cards. Today’s tip is less technical and more obvious
for the finder. And it’s this: go get pet tags for your gear. You can go down to your local pet store and
they have engraving machines where you can have anything engraved on little tags. You can then put
these tags on your camera gear. At a minimum you probably want one for your
camera and your bag but you can get one for any gear that you want to put it on. However you can’t put much information on them. Just your name, phone number and
maybe an email address. Another place to get them is on Amazon. They have
a bunch of different vendors with a bunch of different styles. I’ll leave an affiliate link below
to a search query showing those different options. I’d love to hear in the comments below if
you have any strategies you use for identifying your equipment. And remember it’s a great idea to use a
multi-pronged approach to identifying your gear. For example this way, while it helps for a
lot of your gear, doesn’t work for memory cards. I’ll see you in one of these videos that
YouTube thinks you’ll enjoy. And when making things, remember,
perfection’s not required. Fun is!

Pictures of Your Dick – Rachel Bloom

Pictures of Your Dick – Rachel Bloom


Baby, when you left me
For another girl You know you broke my heart
And shattered my whole world. We had a love I thought was true
Can’t you see, baby I’m lost without you. ‘Cause all I can do is lay around
And post pictures of your dick on the internet All I can do is sit and cry. Now all I can do is lay around
And post pictures of your tiny dick on the internet All I can do is sit and cry. All I can do is cry. The house is so empty
Since you’ve gone away. But last night I found the tux
You wore on Valentine’s Day. I hugged it tight
It smelled like you Then I photoshopped the tux onto a picture of your dick. ‘Cause all I can do is lay around
And post pictures of your fancy dick on the internet. All I can do is sit and cry. Now all I can do is lay around
And add a speech bubble that says, “Cheerio, I’m Tim’s tiny dick on the way to a party,
pip pip!” All I can do is sit and cry. All I can do is- I saw you on the street the other day
I smiled and said “Hey Tim- you look good.” And you said, “Stop posting pictures of my
dick on the internet! You crazy person! I will sue you for invasion of privacy, you
fucking insane bitch!” Now all I can do is lay around
And post pictures of your dick around your neighborhood like it’s a lost puppy. All I can do is sit and cry. Now all I can do is lay around
And write “Lost Dick. Answers to the name ‘Tim’s Tiny Dick.'” All I can do is cry.

Word 2016: Pictures and Text Wrapping

Word 2016: Pictures and Text Wrapping


Word gives you several different ways to add
pictures to your documents. You can use your own, or you can search for something in the
online picture library, which includes stock photos, clip art, and other graphic resources. In this example, I want to start by adding
the company logo to the top margin [dotted line callout box] of the document. The file
is already saved to my computer, so inserting it should be pretty easy. Just go to the Insert tab… then click the
Pictures command. From here, select the image you want. (You
may need to navigate to where it’s saved on your computer.) Then click the Insert button…
and it will be added to your document. Remember, I wanted the image positioned in
the very top margin. But watch what happens when I try to move it there using the drag
& drop method. It doesn’t work, because the current text wrapping setting won’t allow
it. Text wrapping controls the position of the
image, and the way the rest of your document wraps around it. To move the image freely,
we’ll need to change the text wrapping setting to something other than the default. First, make sure the image is selected, then
look to the Format tab. From here, you can use Position to choose one of the pre-defined
layouts… or you can try the Wrap Text command if you want a little more control. (For a
convenient shortcut, you can even access some of these options from the button here.) These four are a good choice if the picture
is in the main part of your document; for example, next to an article. We’ll take another
look at them at the end of this video. This time, I’m going to choose In Front of
Text, so I can move the image wherever I want. Just drag & drop the image wherever you want
it to go. You can even use the arrow keys on your keyboard to gently nudge it into place. And… there! I think that looks good. Now, if you find yourself in a situation where
you’d like to add a picture, but you don’t have anything suitable of your own, that’s
ok. Word gives you access to thousands of images from other sources online. All you have to do is go to the Insert tab…
and click the Online Pictures command. From here, you can use Bing to search the
web for stock photos, clip art, and other graphics. You can even access pictures from
your OneDrive account if you have any stored there. I’m going to try a web search first. Just
type your search term in the box, then press Enter on your keyboard. By default, Bing only shows images that are
licensed under Creative Commons, which means it’s ok to use them in your own projects.
Just to be safe, though, you should check the image’s website to make sure there aren’t
any restrictions. Just follow the link you see here. This image looks good—it should be perfect
for the newsletter I’m working on. To insert it, I’m going to click the thumbnail… then
the Insert button… and it will be added to the document. To change the size of an image, all you have
to do is click and drag the sizing handles here. (The ones in the corners will make sure
the image stays in proportion.) Now we can adjust our text wrapping settings. Again, make sure the image is selected, then
click the Wrap Text command on the Format tab. This time, I want something that’ll place
the image not behind or in front of the text, but positioned alongside it. As you can see from the preview, Square would
be a good choice. So would the Tight option, which causes the text to sort of “hug” the
image (if the image has a transparent background). I think I’m going to go with Tight… and
then move the picture to the right side of the article. Whether you have your own pictures, or you’ve
found something in the online collection, the right imagery can really make your document
pop. Now you know a few different ways to add and position images, so you get the right
combination of pictures and text.

How to Be More Photogenic | How to Look Good in Every Picture | Tips for Better Photos

How to Be More Photogenic | How to Look Good in Every Picture | Tips for Better Photos


What’s up virgins, it’s your boy Based
Zeus, and today I’m gonna be teaching you how to be photogenic AS FUCK so you can start
raking in the Instagram likes and sliding into all the instagram models DMs just like
me. And speaking of likes, be sure to smash that
like button, if not, I’ll smash your girl, hashtag Based. #1 DON’T … lean back or away from the
camera You know what I’m talking about, when young
guys take pictures, they almost immediately tilt their head backwards and shy away from
the camera. Doing this immediately messes up the structure
of your jawline in your pictures and it makes you look like you have a double chin. It’s almost an instinct to shy away from
the camera and pull your head back, as if you’re trying to hide from the camera to
hide your ugliness but fuck that. You’re subscribed to this channel so you
already know that looks aren’t all that important if you have solid game and a great
personality! Plus, if you’re ugly, then I have videos
on how to get girls if you’re ugly anyway – which I’ll have linked on the screen right
now – so being ugly isn’t an issue for you anymore.. Instead of leaning away from the camera … #2 DO … lean your head forward and jut your
chin outward. Now if you’re watching this video and trying
it right now like I know you are, you’re probably thinking no way this shit feels so
unnatural and awkward, I’m gonna come out looking like a giraffe in my pictures. But trust me, jutting your chin forward in
pictures is the EASIEST way to create a sharper jawline and make your face look a lot more
structured in your pictures. Look at all these pictures, all these guys
are looking snacky as fuck because they’re all jutting their chin outwards and it’s
making their jawline look fucking fire. Leaning it forward creates more separation
from your neck so you avoid looking like you have a double chin and it makes your facial
structure more pronounced. You’re welcome. #3 DO … use your tongue to make your jawline
look stronger. Sounds crazy right? But if you force your tongue up to the roof
of your mouth and breathe through your nose, you’ll feel your jawline tighten up and
look a lot more defined and structured. Try it now in front of the mirror and you’ll
see what I’m talking about. You’re welcome. #4 DO … make your skin look smoother. Oh fuck wait I just said two Do’s in a row,
instead of a Don’t. Fuck it, I’m only doing one take. You can have all the photography knowledge
in the world but if your skin is rough and bumpy and you have red spots all over, it’s
gonna show up in your photos and ruin your entire look. Plus, a lot of Instagram filters actually
make bad skin look even worse because they increase the Contrast on the photo which brings
out any discrepancies like that. If you want to make sure your face is on point
and looking dope, I recommend you check out Tiege Hanley, who I got to sponsor today’s
video. If you wanna have your best face possible,
then use Tiege Hanley, it’s simple. Tiege takes all the guesswork and complicated
shit out of taking care of your skin, it’s uncomplicated skin care for men, and the price
is ridiculous! When you get your package it comes with instructions
on exactly how much and when to use each product. They have 3 different levels, their level
1 kit comes with a face wash, an exfoliating scrub to keep your face glowing, and an AM
and PM moisturizer for morning and night. If you wanna step it up then level 2 comes
with an anti-aging eye cream which gets rid of puffiness and dark circles from under your
eyes. Your eyes are a huge aspect of looking good
in pictures and Tiege’s eye cream has caffeine in it to make the skin around your eyes firmer
and make sure you’re as awake as your morning coffee makes you feel because if your eyes
look tired and all fucked up, then your whole face will be off. And if your whole face is off then Tiege hooks
it up with their level 3 system which also includes the eye cream AND an anti aging firming
super serum that’s packed with vitamins and antioxidants to tighten up your face and
make it look soft and as Alpha would say, DYNAMITE. And the best part, if you rub Tiege Hanley
on your photos, you’ll look more photogenic! I’ll have a link and discount code in the
description for you guys to check out. #5 DON’T … do basic ass poses. Yeah I’m looking at you, teenage boys. Wait what? no no, not like that! Not in a creepy way with Chris Hansen about
to emerge. You know when guys take pictures together
and they all do that stupid pose with their hands in front? Yeah please, for Zeus’s sake don’t do
that. It makes your picture indistinguishable from
all the other basic dudes posing like that on Instagram AND it doesn’t even make you
look your best because it hides your posture and makes you look like a clone next to all
the other people you’re standing next to. Instead go for tip #5. #6 DO … figure out what poses work best
for you. Now I’m into photography and I’ve noticed
that most of the time when I photograph people that they look best when looking directly
into the camera as opposed to away from it, but looking away from it is a good option
as well. It’s just about experimenting with a bunch
of different pictures and poses and seeing what works best for you. Get yourself a little tripod and use the timer
on your camera to take some pictures of yourself in a bunch of different poses. Then look at em and see which ones you look
good in and which ones you don’t look good in. That way, next time you’re with friends
and you guys are taking pics, it removes all the guesswork because you already KNOW your
best poses and you can jump right into em. Trust me, literally EVERY hot girl or guy
on Instagram knows exactly what their best angles are. #7 DON’T … Take pictures with shitty lighting. Lighting is also important. You don’t want the light below you because
it makes your face look fucked up. And if you’re posing with your shirt off,
you want the light right above you and slightly in front, because it highlights your body
and makes you look a lot more defined. I’m not exaggerating when I say you can
look like you just dropped 10% body fat just by altering the lighting in your pictures. Play around with it and figure out what works
best for you. And that’s it. If you liked this video be sure to drop a
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Music Festival Tips What Gear to Pack: Out of the Darkroom with Ruth Medjber

Music Festival Tips What Gear to Pack: Out of the Darkroom with Ruth Medjber


Welcome to Out of the Darkroom on AdoramaTV. This is the first part of a very special series of episodes where I’m going to share some trade secrets with you, all about how to shoot music festivals; what to bring, who to shoot and where to share the photos. So for those of you who don’t know me, my name is Ruth Medjbur and I’m a professional music photographer. All the tips that I’m about to share with you come from my own personal experience. However, it’s important to note that there’s no steadfast rules in this business. I’m just sharing what works for me. For the last 15 years I’ve been shooting music festivals. I shoot about 10 to 15 per year, mostly in Ireland where I’m based, but sometimes across Europe too. I’ve shot for magazines, newspapers, commercial clients and for the festivals themselves. In this episode I will talk you through a full list of the essentials, every lens to cover every stage indoors and outdoors. As well as a run-through of the extra bits I’ve learned to pack over the years. All the points I’m going to mention here can only really apply once you’ve secured your press accreditation in advance with the festival organizers. If you turn up at the gate with all of this stuff packed in your bag and no pass you’ll be turned away. So have your email confirmation printed out, or on your phone so that you can show the gate staff that you’re legitimately picking up a pass and are allowed to have your gear on site. First things first, obviously you need your camera but don’t get hung up about the overall speck of your body. If you’ve been booked to shoot a music festival just go with what you have. It’s a good idea to bring a second body if you have one, but you should definitely have spare batteries for your body. You’ll be out shooting for hours each day and coming across power supplies can be tricky. So invest in a good spare battery. When I’m buying spares I always go for the genuine model instead of the third-party brand as I’ve had a bit of bad experience with them running low really quickly. Do your own research and read reviews before you buy. Memory cards are also something you need spares of. I end up shooting about 90 to 120 gigs a day on the D4S. I split that over various cards so that I can leave one importing in the media tent and then I can go out and shoot more shots. It’s also a good idea to have cards with a fast write speed. If something incredible is happening in front of you, like the lead singer has stage dived into the crowd and you need to be shooting furiously, the last thing you want to do is suffer a writing lag on your cards. One of the reasons I chose the D4S is for the FPS rate, the frames per second. I tend to find this pretty crucial when shooting live music so that I can get the burst of shots needed to capture live action shots. Lenses, really you should be bringing your entire arsenal of lenses with you. Shooting a music festival these days means shooting everything. Doing crowd portraits, shooting the food, the merchandise stands. You’ll want to get super wide to get the entire crowd in some of the shots. Then you’ll also need to be on a Telephoto. When your main stage is over 10 feet tall and you need that extra reach. What I bring is the following; a super-wide Sigma a Nikon 24-70mm which are mainly used when wandering around the festival grounds looking for good atmosphere shots. I can also use it on some of the medium or smaller stages. I’ll switch it up to a 70-200mm, when I want to get either some candid crowd shots from afar like in spy mode, or I’ve hit one of the big stages. I’ll use the nifty 50mm as well when we’re shooting tiny stages with no lights, or I want to do some f/1.4 work with some of the products, food or the merchandise Now flash. So you all know that you’re not allowed to use it in the pit but at night-time when you’re wandering around the arena or the campsite some off camera flash makes for some pretty interesting light, so pack it anyway, and have your triggers with you and maybe also one of your friends can hold it, or just pack a light stand. Business cards; This might seem a bit nuts in a gear list but you’ll be surprised at the amount of people that you meet down there. Some of them might just be music fans looking for copies of their photos but there’s still another Instagram follower so share those cards. A rain jacket for your camera. I know most pro bodies are weather sealed but they’re not waterproof. There is a difference. If you’re in a wet and windy part of the world, like I am sometimes, that rain can come down in buckets and come at you from all angles. The band might be due on stage at nine o’clock you’re in place in the rain from ten to nine. If they don’t walk on until 9:30pm, that’s 40 minutes of getting soaked. It’s best not to have your camera exposed to all of this. Invest in a rain jacket, you can pick up cheap baggies if you don’t shoot a lot, or you can get a reusable one if you’re a seasoned pro. Here’s the other thing, you’ll be at this music festival for three, maybe four days you need to look after yourself too. So get waterproof boots, jackets, hats, it doesn’t matter how stupid you look. When it’s lashing rain or freezing cold you’ll be glad of it. If you do get soaked keep some silicon gel packs in your lens cases and at the end of your bag as they’ll absorb the moisture and save from potentially cloudy or moldy lenses. It’s also a good idea to have dry cloths up your sleeve, so you can quickly wipe the raindrops from your lens when you’re shooting in the rain. I’ve seen photographers being turned away from the pit as they were wearing open-toe sandals. This is a working pit with lots od gear flying around. Have some sense, wear work boots or you’ll lose your toe. Don’t forget the laptop if you need to be filing images throughout the weekend make sure you have something to do it on. I’ve seen newbie photographers rock up to the media tent expecting there to be a row of free computers to use. Bring everything you need to be self-sustaining; chargers, hard drive, spare transfer cables and mark your name on everything. Believe me you won’t be the only Canon charger plugged into the socket panel. There might be a hundred photographers in and out of there all weekend. Sometimes you’re lucky enough that they have lockers to rent, so you can dump your gear between drop-offs, otherwise you might be running back and forth to your car. You can check this in advance with your media contact. If you’re vertically challenged like me, you just can’t cope with the weight of all of this gear, then invest in some new methods of carrying your gear. Last year I shifted the weight from my shoulders to my waist. I put my lenses, flash, other bits like my phone and my wallets in this and I’m good to just run around the festival for errors. If you’re shooting on two bodies instead of one, to save time changing lenses in the pit then grab a double strap. Personally, I only work on one body at a time as I’m consciously trying to slow down my shooting style. So a comfy strap works just as well for me. Earplugs; Do you know how loud main stages get? Imagine standing there for hours a day. Best thing I ever bought was a pair of molded earplugs. They can be a little bit pricey but they are worth every penny. They’ll also help you get some much-needed shut-eye in your tent at night. Speaking of tents, don’t be silly and buy one that costs 10 quid. You don’t want your gear, your clothes and you to wake up drenched every morning. Get a decent pop-up tent. Sometimes you could be doing these festivals completely on your own. So make sure you can put it up and take it down all by yourself. Another thing I’m going to recommend that your bring is a tripod. Now, don’t attempt to put this up in the pit! If looks could kill then each other photographer will have you dead in a second. I’m recommending bringing it for the nighttime ambient shots, when you want to do something quirky like long exposures of the carousel. You can keep it in the car until you actually need it but just make sure it’s lightweight. That’s all from me for this episode. Join me again next time where I’m going to talk you through exactly what to shoot while you’re at the music festival. Subscribe to AdoramaTV for more videos and don’t forget to check out the Adorama Learning Center for more great tips and tricks. Thanks and I’ll see you again soon.

Ghump App – Show your iPhone pictures on a bigger screen (Official Promo Video)

Ghump App – Show your iPhone pictures on a bigger screen (Official Promo Video)


Have you ever been frustrated trying to display images from your phone on other computers, televisions or any internet connected devices? Are you tired of emailing yourself photos to save them for viewing on another screen elsewhere? Ghump! Ghump effortlessly streams your photos online so they can be viewed instantly on bigger screens! It’s easy! Open www.ghump.com on the target device where you want to see pictures point your phone to the screen and BAM! They will appear there like magic! Let’s say that you’re at a party, and you want to quickly display the images from your phone on a television set that’s hooked to the internet. No problem! With Ghump, quickly display your images on the screen, and easily swipe from one to the next or even zoom in or out while viewing them. Now available on the app store! For more information, visit www.ghump.com

Top Gun: Maverick (2020) – New Trailer – Paramount Pictures

Top Gun: Maverick (2020) – New Trailer – Paramount Pictures


♫ Your instructor is one of the finest pilots this program has ever produced. (Jet engines roar) His exploits… …are legendary. What he has to teach you… …may very well mean the difference between life… …and death. (Alarm blaring) Your reputation precedes you. I have to admit I wasn’t expecting an invitation back. They’re called orders, Maverick. ♫ Good morning, aviators. This is your captain speaking. Today’s exercise is dogfighting. Two versus one? He’s gotta be kidding. (Laughing) What the hell? ♫ (Jet engines roar) ♫ Smoke in the air! Break right! Break right! ♫ (Sonic boom)