Screenshot from 1:17; right side cropped:
Screenshot from 1:17; right side cropped:
Robin Wong at 10:35, transcribed by myself:
“The content of photography itself has changed. Instead of the photographer taking a photograph of something else, they direct attention back to themselves. … Look at what all your friends are posting. It’s photographs of themselves, selfies, the vacation that they are taking, the food that they are eating, their pet cat….
Everything is about me, me, me, me, me. Photography has become a selfish, self-centric adventure. Photography is no longer about documentation, story telling, or about creating art. It’s all about shooting yourself, shooting your daily life, and trying to show the world how amazing your life is.
The use of a camera has become irrelevant. All you need is your smartphone.” Continue reading “Real Reasons Why The Camera Market Is Shrinking — Instead of photographing the world, it’s all about me, me, me…”
Chinese satellite images show the *far side* of the moon, what Pink Floyd called the “dark side” with Earth in the background: Continue reading “[Flat Earth Busted] Chinese satellite shows Earth photographed from behind the *far* side of the Moon!”
This is GREAT! Serious landscape photographer destroys “flat earth!”
• It is in fact the moon blocking the sun during eclipse. Craters and seas shown.
• The moon does not emanate its own light.
• 15 High clouds get dark from the bottom up as the sun dips below the horizon
• More… Continue reading “(vid) Landscape Photographer Destroys “Flat Earth!” • It is in fact the moon blocking the sun during eclipse – craters and seas shown • High clouds get dark from the bottom up as the sun dips below the horizon • More…”
• More than 200 BILLION STARS in our Milky Way galaxy!
• More than 200 BILLIONS GALAXIES in the universe.
• Our sun is an average sized star.
Number of ‘suns’ in the universe: 200 billion X 200 billion!
Some theorize the universe may be infinite, because every time we upgrade the Hubble telescope we see more galaxies behind the known universe.
“I went up to Paranal Observatory for an observing shift, and I decided to test the crystal ball as an astrophotography lens,”….
Commercial jets started flying across America in 1959. Chemtrails didn’t start until the mid-’90s.
For THIRTY FIVE YEARS, there were no chemtrails. Contrails didn’t linger, spread and turn into clouds. This is a completely new phenomenon.
The geo-engineers are causing so many manmade clouds that the dimming of the sun, called ‘global dimming’ is now measurable.
For those who don’t remember what the skies looked like back then, notice the proof is on TV. Compare the skies in today’s shows verses those filmed in the ’60s through ’80s.
Chemtrails are now a nature photographer’s nightmare. They even show up in some of my night sky photos, and some are almost impossible to remove.
And researchers like Dane Wigington GeoEngineering Watch are proving that stratospheric aerosol injection is radically affecting the climate, especially California’s.
It never used to be this way; though, for decades there were plenty of jets up there still.
This meme is trying to help us open our minds so we can see the reality of what the climate engineers are actually doing to us and our country.
[UPDATE 12/18/17] I added a second video which shows similar flares off lights and the moon.]
In this video, it’s clear the “laser” is just a lens flare, flaring off of the bright light above the guy’s back at 0:23.
It’s also curved, whereas lasers are perfectly straight.
The same curved line can be seen 0:21 and especially 0:29, yellow and not as bright.
[Pause the video at these times, and move back or forward one frame at a time with the comma and period keys.]
The flare is this side of the guy, so we can’t even see the guy at all at 0:23, instead of the guy’s body blocking the light. At 0:29, the guy is again between us and the flare, because the flare occurs in the camera’s lens.
It’s also far too wide to be a laser, which are only 1-2 mm, and it varies in width. Lasers are tiny and fixed width.
Top of the line camera lenses have special nano coatings that keep this from happening. This is probably shot with a cellphone, which vary a lot. A few examples: Purple Flare Shootout: iPhone 5 vs. Samsung Galaxy S III vs. HTC One S
Many people’s cellphone lenses can be dirty, greasy and/or scratched too.
Continue reading “CA Fires: "Video Proof Lasers Used" Theory DEBUNKED! – Clearly Cellphone Camera Lens Flares”
“A wretched, ugly, manifestation of post-modernism, an insult to our heritage, a desecration of our human potential.”
– Paul Joseph Watson
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Continue reading “(vid) Latest Atrocities In Modern 'Art' – "A wretched, ugly, MANIFESTATION of post-modernism, an INSULT to our heritage, a DESECRATION of our human potential"”
Many are looking at distant photos of the Vegas venue and Sutherland church and don’t see holes. These images show why.
AR-15 cartridges are larger (holding the powder), but 5.56mm/.223 caliber bullets and bullet holes are tiny, less than 1/4 inch in diameter.
A standard, hexagonal, “#2 pencil” is cut to a hexagonal height of 1⁄4-inch (6 mm), but the outer diameter is slightly larger (about 9⁄32-inch (7 mm)). (source)
…pizza box shot with a .223 bullet [same size as 5.56mm]. …the entry point can be seen on the left and the exit on the right, and a penny is used for reference.
Even shows the solar flares! Filmed through a telescope.
Jake Morphoneos flies a drone into Bohemian Grove. Jake doesn’t show any known landmarks here, like buildings, the owl, etc., but still very interesting!
Drone Footage at Bohemian Grove Redwood Forest 2017 – Part 5 – #PizzaGate
This is only one recon mission at the Bohemian Grove with limited footage, but it will give you a bird’s eye view of the area.
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(GLARING Hypocrisy) Weather modification has drastically changed skies and weather systems across the globe, especially in the last ten or twenty years. Go anywhere in the world and it’s quickly apparent that the same heinous crimes are being committed, and no matter which terms are used — chemtrails, geoengineering, solar radiation management (SRM), stratospheric aerosol injection (SAI), and so on — the results are Frankenstein-inspired skies, weird weather and lacklustre light. The skies are streaked, smeared, filled with bizarre cloud formations, white, grey or, at best, a chalky blue. Sunshine is greatly diminished and when it shines it’s extremely rare for the earth to be bathed in warm, yellow light. The [unimpeded] golden hour, a gift for photographers, has all but disappeared. … Continue reading “FrankenSkies, Weird Weather and Lacklustre Light: The New Normal”
LIVE 360: At Bilderberg w/ Tim Pool AMA Tech Review: Part 1 of 2
Luke and Tim Pool discuss the latest technology gadgets outside the Bilderberg conference venue in Virginia. They are experimenting with a 360 degree live stream. They discuss what hardware is useful for live streaming, including the use of drones, GoPro and 360 degree cameras. They talk about what cell phones work well for recording. They discuss the various limitations of these devices and what works in live recording situations.
My favorite photo software program buried by Google! Nothing else is like it, or can be:
Google’s “Don’t be EVIL” slogan is like Fox News’ “Fair & Balanced.” Saying they are not something may fool some, but EVIL IS: buying Nik’s patented U-Point technology, developed by almost 100 brilliant Germans, and then burying it, so NO ONE WILL EVER BE ABLE TO USE CONTROL POINTS AGAIN!
MAY 30, 2017
Google has quietly announced that it will be abandoning the Nik Collection from here on out. The announcement was made through a simple banner message found on the Nik Collection homepage.
“The Nik Collection is free and compatible with Mac OS X 10.7 through 10.10; Windows Vista, 7, 8; and Adobe Photoshop through CC 2015,” Google writes. “We have no plans to update the Collection or add new features over time.”
Published May 30, 2017
Google will stop providing updates for its Nik Collection suite of plug-in photo editing tools. The ‘announcement’ comes by way of a banner at the top of the Nik Collection site, stating that there are no plans to update or add features to the Collection.
Google acquired Nik in 2012, taking ownership of its desktop apps as well as its popular Snapseed mobile editing app. The company began offering the Collection free of charge last year.
BEAUTIFUL & REFRESHING!!!
Filmed in Wales with a Canon 6D and 70D with Samyang 24mm f/1.4, Samyang 50mm f/1.4, and Canon 85mm f/1.8 lenses.
The Lord’s Prayer: (5/6) ‘Forgive us our sins’
Magnificent Giant Tree: Sequoia in a Snowstorm | National Geographic
Minute-4: Spectacular, give-God-glory views from above!!!
Giant Ascent: Chris Sharma Free Climbs Huge Redwood w/ Help of Scientists
Redwoods can be 150 feet taller than this giant Sequoia!
7:25 Slingshot or Crossbow
11:00 View from the canopy!
17:57 Tiny size of a single seed!
18:25 M&M-to-mouth toss record!
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Ground to Crown: Climbing the Giant Sequoia
REPORT: CNN CAUGHT HANDING OUT QUESTIONS AT CRUZ-SANDERS DEBATE
CNN was caught handing out an apparently edited question to a member of the audience “clarifying” what to ask Ted Cruz during the debate Tuesday night with Bernie Sanders about the future of Obamacare.
The question, read by Carol Hardaway is as follows:
“I have multiple sclerosis but could not afford insurance – without the treatment or medications I need, I had problems with walking, with my speech, and my vision. When the affordable care act was passed I moved from our home state of Texas because they refused to expand Medicaid to Maryland and within 2 weeks I started receiving treatments through Medicaid and am now well enough to work as a substitute teacher.”
“Senator Cruz, can you promise me that you and the Republican leaders in congress will have – actually have a replacement plan in place for people like me who depend on their Medicaid? In other words, I like my coverage, can I keep it?”
The email is from a Gmail account, with the subject line “Your Question,” as the picture shows.
This isn’t the first time CNN has been caught “managing” questions from the audience.
Just last October, WikiLeaks revealed that CNN commentator and former chair of the DNC Donna Brazile funneled questions to Hillary Clinton ahead of a major Democratic primary debate. She was fired as DNC chair and let go as commentator shortly after the revelations came to light.
A month later, WikiLeaks again revealed that CNN was caught asking the DNC to prepare questions for Wolf Blitzer’s interview with then-candidate Donald Trump…
Compare to these faked photos:
Comments in the PetaPixel’s article of the same shot gives two conflicting explanations of who shot it, but it definitely is a stitched image of dozens of separate photos:
Gear used and photographer:
Canon 5DSr + 70-200 2.8L mounted on a Nodal Ninja M2 pano head and shot by hand. Supposedly shot at both 70mm and 200mm. The photographer is Tomasz Misiewicz and he did a great job in a very challenging situation. When you compare this to the previously published gigapixels from 2013 (shot by Toni Sandys) and the first one in 2009 (shot by by David Bergman) you can see how the quality of the gear, the technique and vantage point have all improved exponentially.
Jim Bourg, the Washington DC Reuters photo editor sez it was shot at 12:01pm by Reuters photographer Lucas Jackson.
Was definitely stitched:
I’m curious what was used to make it. I found a guy with a seam down the middle of his face and movement so multiple shots over a period of time “Landscape Stitching” style. But the resolution is amazing.
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The US Air Force has been doing this since the mid-90s. We’ve had jumbo jets since the ’60s. Contrails used to disappear within a number of seconds. Now it’s hours. Our government won’t publicly admit they’re doing it, but here, Brennan admits what it does and even how much it costs.
He calls it “stratospheric aerosol injection, or SAI, a method of seeding the stratosphere with particles….”
CIA Director Brennan Admits They Are Using Geoengineering around the globe. He admits they are spraying aerosol particles in the atmosphere to allegedly reflect sun light. He then finishes by stating that this technology could cause countries to rise up and oppose one another. This could be the first admission that they have a technology that can manipulate the weather, and even use it as a weapon. He states using the technology could bring good change to some areas, but do the opposite to other countries. Meaning it could devastate certain ares! Pay Attention Folks!
Another example is the array of technologies—often referred to collectively as geoengineering—that potentially could help reverse the warming effects of global climate change. One that has gained my personal attention is stratospheric aerosol injection, or SAI, a method of seeding the stratosphere with particles that can help reflect the sun’s heat, in much the same way that volcanic eruptions do.
An SAI program could limit global temperature increases, reducing some risks associated with higher temperatures and providing the world economy additional time to transition from fossil fuels. The process is also relatively inexpensive—the National Research Council (NRC is a private, nonprofit institution in the United States founded in 1916, which produces reports that shape policies, inform public opinion, and advance the pursuit of science, engineering, and medicine.) estimates that a fully deployed SAI program would cost about $10 billion yearly.
As promising as it may be, moving forward on SAI would raise a number of challenges for our government and for the international community. On the technical side, greenhouse gas emission reductions would still have to accompany SAI to address other climate change effects, such as ocean acidification, because SAI alone would not remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.
On the geopolitical side, the technology’s potential to alter weather patterns and benefit certain regions at the expense of others could trigger sharp opposition by some nations. Others might seize on SAI’s benefits and back away from their commitment to carbon dioxide reductions. And, as with other breakthrough technologies, global norms and standards are lacking to guide the deployment and implementation of SAI.
I could go on, and on, and on, but rather than talk about the things that I find fascinating, let me stop here…
From YouTuber J.KNIGHT
Direct video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfH5_BiaP8Y
You can catch the full clip here:
It’s breathtaking to consider:
You have two eyes, each composed of 130 million photoreceptor cells. In each one of those cells, there are 100 trillion atoms – that’s more than all the stars in the Milky Way galaxy!
Yet some still think it happened by chance.
Looks almost 3D at 1440p resolution! STUNNING, watching at 1440p, one step up from 1080p, which seems blah in comparison. 2160p doesn’t do better on my computer. And 4320p breaks up for me.
Music is MAJESTIC too!
More details and companion video here.
Published on Aug 1, 2015
Patagonia 8K explores the beautiful and rough landscapes of southern Chile and Argentina. Shot in 8K resolution on a medium format camera it’s aimed to deliver the most realistic experience.
Shot in 6 weeks, travelling over 7500km from Santiago to Punta Arenas we captured roughly 100.000 still frames that combine into this timelapse video.
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Soundtrack: Finale – John Paesano
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-Pentax 25mm f4
-Pentax 55mm f2.8
-Pentax 120mm f4 macro
-Canon EOS 6D
-Canon 70-200mm f4 L
-Canon 24-105mm f4 L
-Samyang 14mm f2.8
-Sony A7s [metabones adaptor]
-eMotimo TB3 Black
-Dynamic Perception Stage One [with customized carbon rods]