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Low-tech, affordable solutions to improve water quality

(Michigan Technological University) Clever, fundamental engineering could go a long way toward preventing waterborne illness and exposure to carcinogenic substances in water.

How to Shoot and Process Better Waterfall Photos

Everybody loves a good waterfall image with a long exposure, but in this article, I’ll show you how to capture more detail and motion in that fascinating tumble of whitewater. Water is the most powerful force of nature on our planetShow More Summary

Long Exposure Photography 101 – How to Create the Shot

It’s easy to get caught up in the fast nature of photography, technology, instant results, presets, etc. But what happens when you slow your photography right down? This tutorial will introduce you to the 101s of daytime long exposure...Show More Summary

Weekend Open Thread

February 9, 2018 Blanket of Fog A long exposure of 30 seconds captures the movement of winter fog in Mill Valley, California. Mill Valley is just north of San Francisco, and is home to the Mount Tamalpais, the highest point in Marin County.

iPhone long exposure, Moto X4 with Fi, Essential Phone, Runkeeper for Apple Watch (MobileTechRoundup show #421)

As we look ahead to MWC, Kevin and I continue to explore the world of mobile tech. In this episode we discuss whether or not the Pixel 2 stays, how we enjoy the Essential Phone, and whether or not Microsoft makes sense with its Windows 10 designations.

Lunchtime Photo

This is a long exposure of the Kenmare River. Pretty, isn’t it? I took this just a few steps away from the photo shoot with the fabulous Kenmare cat. Those of you who hate these long exposures of water will be glad to know that I only have one left. I will post it when […]

Calcification in Caribbean reef-building corals at high pCO2 levels in a recirculating ocean acidification exposure system

Highlights A recirculating OA system can be utilized as long as off-gassing measures are taken. Aeration, water retention and algal scrubbing are effecting off-gassing measures. Elevated pCO2 did not affect coral calcification rate or tissue growth. Abstract Projected increases in ocean pCO2 levels are anticipated to affect calcifying organisms more rapidly and to a greater […]

How to easily take Long Exposure photos on your iPhone

Here is a way to easily take long exposure images with the Apps that come with your iPhone. Apple’s iPhone has become one of the most used cameras in the world and, over the years. They have added some very cool features to their camera and photos applications on the phone. Show More Summary

Astronomers just found more than 70 'invisible' galaxies lurking in the deepest, darkest patch of the night sky

The Hubble Ultra Deep Field image is one of the most detailed photos of the darkest corners of the universe. The image, built over more than a decade with hundreds of long exposures, has revealed 10,000 galaxies. However, a large ground-based...Show More Summary

Tips for Aerial Photography from Small Planes and Drones

At its heart, good photography is about showing people views of the world they would not otherwise see. That might be; places your viewers have not visited, impossible ways of seeing to the human eye such as long exposures and night photography, but most often this novelty comes in the form of a different perspective. Show More Summary

How to get long exposures, and beautiful images of flowing water, on just an iPhone

4 months agoNews : USAToday: News

This hidden trick allows you to take photos of flowing water, without a big camera and tripod.        

iPhone trick - how to turn running water into cloud-like dreamy state

Jefferson Graham shows how to do a hidden trick in Apple's iOS11 operating system upgrade called "Long Exposure," that turns running water into a cloud-like dream state, on #TalkingTech.        

Light Painted Stop Motion Skeletons Play Music, Dance and Party Hard in a Brilliant Video Short

5 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

“Kill the Lights” by Darren Pearson is an amazing long exposure animated film short that captures stop-motion animated light paintings of some really happy skeletons playing music, dancing, skating running, setting themselves on fire and partying really hard, as they move around an ever-changing selection of nighttime landscapes. Skeletons come to light at night in...

Choosing the Correct ND Filter for Your Desired Long Exposure Photography Effects

Long exposure photography has quickly grown to become one of my favorite styles of photography and it’s quite clear by looking through the images I’ve captured the last few years. More and more images use a shutter speed slower than half a second and it’s further between the handheld shots. Show More Summary

How to Use Bulb Mode for Long Exposure Photography

Most DSLR and mirrorless cameras have a feature called Bulb Mode. If you’re like me, you probably saw that in one of the menus or buttons when you first got your camera and have promptly ignored it ever since. Even the name sounds weird,...Show More Summary

Watch: Long Island Memorial for 9/11 First Responders Killed by Toxic Exposure

As many as 60 to 70,000 responders worked at Ground Zero in dangerous conditions after the attacks.

Should Your Company Have Heat Wave Related Policies?

When it comes to managing your workforce over the summer, or in warm weather climates, having heat wave related policies can go a long way to keeping employees happy and minimizing your company's exposure to various hot weather liabilities. Employees that suffer heat exhaustion, or heat stroke, on the......

Russian Waterproof Thermal Scope for Military Divers

A Russian company called Infratech (????????) has developed a thermal scope (model IT-615 VM (??-615 ??)) for the special forces divers. It can withstand a long time of salt water exposure and submersion into the water for up to 20 meters. Show More Summary

Lomo’Instant Square Camera

Lomography makes Fujifilm’s Instax square film even more of a nostalgia bomb with the Lomo’Instant Square Camera. The analog shooter has a compact bellows mechanism, a 95mm glass lens, long and unlimited exposure modes and much more...

Face value: Brain's ability to recognize faces is shaped through repeated exposure, study suggests

Scientists have long deemed the ability to recognize faces innate for people and other primates -- something our brains just know how to do immediately from birth. However, the findings of a new study cast doubt on this longstanding view.

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