Now that I have your attention, LOL, I just thought I’d report in on why I’m not reporting in. We’ll get to the topic later. For now though, you must endure this stupid, report: I’m not here (I’m not here?), because I’m busy painfully processing images for you, Highlighting (highlighting?), ‘Compositing Images by Creatively Using Beach Front Cottages to Store Desktop Icons…’ I know! exceptionally long title. I did that, to cleverly disguise myself as someone who can think…This is followed by actual titles! : ‘More Picturesque DSLR Cameras at 1600 ISO Using a 50 mm. Macro Lens…’ This will be capped off with a segment on: ‘Macro Captures of Tiny Flowers…’ and ‘A Memorable Sunset Featuring Freaky, Cloud Patterns… Expect to hear from me again in, oh, I dunno… LOL! 16 months? LOL!
One lesson I learned while taking telephoto shots (300 mm), was that I should have cleaned my lens! There are lots of specks and blobs I have to take out of all my sky shots. Plus, space shots need to be edited as well because spherical abrasion too far from the center of the photos, make stars look like footballs, plus I found out that shooting stars at more than 185 mm, and getting pin point sharpness required for star shots beyond the cameras auto focus. It’s impossible for me because that particular lens (70mm to 300mm zoom lens), doesn’t come into infinity focus at its farthest point of travel. And for the money, I really expected better workmanship from Canon… I may just return it for one that works!
Below, are some beautiful star images featuring: ‘The Orion Nebula’, and even shows the nebula using a 50 mm lens, and 1600 ISO under conditions a little bit: out-of-town: away from town lights! I plan to go even further out of town soon…The constellation of Orion, beautiful in and of itself, hovers over sleeping lights on the other side of Lake Simcoe. The water is still frozen in placeses further down the inlet.
As always, to see these shots revealing all-stars, full magnification is required: So look at them at full size…
The other two are previews of the sunset photos…
This is a picture of Orion shot with a 50 mm lens. Just below: ‘Orion’s Belt’ (The tree bright stars in a row… They are respectively. from left to right, Alnitak, Alnalam, and Mintaka). See that what looks like a string of stars pointing downward on a guantie angle? The brightest fuzzy patch, is the Orion Nebular: a birthing place for new stars. You can get a better view in the slide show coming up shortly… It also includes a couple of pictures of beach front cottages… Click the first picture on your far left to get into The Gallery below.
The star pictures, although edited at 1600 ISO, can be blown up to: 19″ by 13″, and must be in that ratio, or your star points will all be football shaped and blurry. I suggest the Stylus R2000 Ink-jet Printer for graphics retailing at around $700 Canadian, plus 13% tax. It has 8 different color inks and special: ‘Piezo Electric’ nozzles to distribute more exacting tone transitions… I shall return with more in a couple of days. Salutations! Live long and Prosper! May you be forever young!
:Pot is Miraculous
Surly Pot can stop seizures, fight cancer, and Depression and a host of other ailments. I’m not disputing that. I’m just saying, it should all be kept underground or funding for these treatments may not be available! LOL! i.e. some parents are feeding it to their children, so they don’t want THC in it. I’m saying Pot shouldn’t be legalized so it can remain relatively inexpensive. If it’s legalized, its price will be maybe as high as $8 a joint… To start… Then it would go up! And it would be more expensive according to THC content! Of corpse you’re going to want 13% content as opposed to 3%… Shirley you don’t want this because Medical Mariquana will cost you even more! Wanna do something constructive? Lower the price of running shoes :O)