A moment of silence is not, a moment for prayer, maybe. Good luck with that argument, given what the governor himself stated: “The idea that you can just push God out of every institution and be successful, I’m sorry, our Founding Fathers did not believe that,” DeSantis said, shortly before signing...Jump to post
Newark727 wrote:Last week I went to a night photoshoot at the Southern California Railway Museum - never done anything like this before, but it was great fun.
phatfarmlines wrote:Good on his fellow GOP members to object. I'd like to see more of that coming from that party
I'm not sure the thrust lever change override really did much - looks and sounds like the airplane contacted the runway about a second later, just when you can hear the engines start spooling up.Jump to post
My only complaint is that when it came to birds, there were a lot of situations where the lens would focus on the wrong thing, or not focus on the birds face. Are you using multiple AF points? Try using a single AF point, and place it squarely on the area you want in focus. I am using the center po...Jump to post
Lift is reduced in a climb only assuming a constant AoA at the same speed. Unless you're just doing a very small climb, you'd point the nose up to increase AoA. Since AoA is increased, lift increases in your typical climb. More lift means more drag, which is offset by thrust. The engine is part of ...Jump to post
speedbird52 wrote:My only complaint is that when it came to birds, there were a lot of situations where the lens would focus on the wrong thing, or not focus on the birds face.
Trimeresurus wrote:Considering that they don't even flare at touchdown. How is it so that at that attitude and speed, the lift can't overcome the weight? And why doesn't that lead to a stall but to a controlled descent?
How is the Gen 1 Canon 100-400L in comparison to the 70-200? I know it is slower, and the zoom is clunky, but considering I intend to do wildlife photography when not planespotting it would probably make sense for me to have the range available. Sample photos of the lens look pretty decent to me as...Jump to post
Most of our house has pretty standard warm white - couldn't tell you the temperature, but probably 3000 - 4000K or thereabouts. Exception is the kitchen and bathroom, which both have recessed LED lights in the ceiling, and for which I purposely bought 6000 K (I think) lights. I love them, especially...Jump to post
36 replies and no one asked if the trucks will be pink?
Glancing at your phone while driving too fast on a unknown road it all you need. Glancing at your phone while driving the speed limit on a known road is all you need. I swear, based on what I've seen in the last 5-10 years, being on your phone while driving has to be 10 times more unsafe than drunk...Jump to post
lightsaber wrote:Where he crashed is local for myself. I will neither confirm nor deny it is a fun place to drive fast.
My local camera shop is quoting 800 dollars for a used Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L I would not pay $800 for a used EF 70-200 F/4L, unless it was the IS version. I bought my non-IS version for about $500 used. It's a fantastic lens; great quality through the range and extremely sharp, and just about the ...Jump to post
I guess I'll be the one person here saying "good for her". I mean, this doesn't affect my life in the slightest, so there's no reason to get upset over it. And frankly, while a set of playing cards is hardly a major factor, it is one of a million things that very subtly reinforces inequali...Jump to post
I wholeheartedly agree with this, but mostly because the President (and the other members of the government) should be legislating for the future of the country and citizens. My opinion: at the start of your term, you should be between 35 (the current minimum age) and 55. I'm also in favor of age ra...Jump to post
If by "most masculine" they mean "biggest @sshole", then it's certainly a possibility.Jump to post
I hope his wife and his kids can come to some agreement over his estate, funeral arrangements, etc. (or maybe they already have). There was a lot of contentiousness there after they got married.
I want to find my style as a photographer and be able to take good pictures. Besides the basic “practice everyday”— what other things should I be practicing and or researching ? What have you found useful in your journey? No need to pigeonhole yourself into a "style". Don't even worry abo...Jump to post
Hi Jalap ! You can always use the "Reupload" function which can be easily found in "Photo Corner" ---> "Accepted" ---> "Photo you want to switch"---> "Reupload" to replace the current ACCEPTED photo with another better one. Follow the instructions s...Jump to post
Can we lift photos from facebook and upload them under our name as long as we give credit in the remark field? My understanding is that you need either: 1.) to have permission from the photographer. or 2.) to be posting photos that you now own, like photos inherited from parents or whatever. I had ...Jump to post
It's a pity that the world knows him best for a keyboard song (although that was his background). I don't think that's how the world knows him best. Especially since that song has a guitar solo in it, too. The name "Eddie Van Halen" and the word "guitar" are synonymous. Weirdest...Jump to post
Exposure-wise I think both are within tolerance, although the second is certainly in need of a saturation/contrast boost (and I'm surprised it wasn't rejected on that basis). This actually illustrates the kind of broader tolerance bracket I'd like to see, rather than the narrow, knife-edge kind we ...Jump to post
8 is worth watching just for it's weirdness. Having just re-watched The Last Jedi , I guess my opinion stays the same. But I really don't find it a particularly good movie. I guess at some point I will have to watch The Rise of Skywalker just to see how they managed to close this clusterf*ck of a t...Jump to post
casinterest wrote:The se Mark 2 as you pointed out is already available. What I think we are looking at is a smaller form factor for some folks.
casinterest wrote:You mean a 5s replacement? I think it is overrated.
Peloton is the first thing that comes to mind and I've heard great things...but it's so expensive! NordicTrack and Echelon are cheaper alternatives but all the reviews I've found attempt to compare them and then just conclude by saying "pick the one you like best" rather than making an ac...Jump to post
For most jobs I haven't been offered, I have not received any sort of notice - no call, no email.
It used to irk me a bit, but doesn't bother me at all anymore. Just keep on applying...
I don't really have favorite albums/songs anymore, but here are some that I can listen to over and over: Aerosmith - Toys in the Attic (1975) Collective Soul - self-titled (1995) Covet - Effloresce (2018) Dream Theater - Awake (1994) Dream Theater - self-titled (2013) Goo Goo Dolls - A Boy Named Goo...Jump to post
Eh...probably start with the original trilogy 4, 5, and 6. Maybe skip 1 entirely, then watch 2 and 3 on mute. No need to watch 7, since it's a repeat of 4. 8 is worth watching just for it's weirdness. I haven't seen 9, and don't know if I ever will. Finish with Rogue 1, so at least you end on a high...Jump to post
On the I-5 Northbound from Seattle towards the Canadian border: Stretches of alternating 60 mph and 70 mph limits. I note that doing 60 mph I am in the slowest quartile of traffic. However, doing 70 mph I am in the fastest quartile of traffic. Is 65 mph sort of a "sweet spot"? Both in MA ...Jump to post
So sorry for your loss. We had to do the same a couple weeks ago. Marshmallow was almost 16 years old, and she had been suffering from kidney disease for a year, plus being almost completely deaf, and likely having some dementia as well. She was my wife's dog, 3 years before we even met. So it was e...Jump to post
johns624 wrote:Just like any other large, disorganized group, you can't paint them with a broad brush.
sorry folks. didn't mean to spam this thread. Just cant remove duplicate posts somehow. Whoa man, you alright there? :biggrin: I did get pictures of it though but not nearly as good as what you got. What lens did you use for the Jupiter and Moon shots? For the wider comet shot showing part of the h...Jump to post
Let's see what I got.... Comet Neowise: https://photos.smugmug.com/Skyscapes/Comet-Neowise-July-2020/i-66PSt86/0/a6fa3e2d/XL/IMG_1368PS-XL.jpg https://photos.smugmug.com/Skyscapes/Comet-Neowise-July-2020/i-LTVhDT6/0/cdc8a249/XL/IMG_1383PS-XL.jpg https://photos.smugmug.com/Skyscapes/Comet-Neowise-Jul...Jump to post
Looking at the A380 technical data doc that I found here: https://www.airbus.com/content/dam/corporate-topics/publications/backgrounders/techdata/aircraft_characteristics/Airbus-Aircraft-AC-A380.pdf If I read it correctly, it looks like the max weight variant has an MTOW of 575000 kg (1,267,658 lbs)...Jump to post
fr8mech wrote:Just something light to chew on.If we are going to comment on grammar checking, can we mention that a sentence shouldn’t end with a preposition? More importantly, it's not even a complete sentence. :biggrin: The obvious thing that bugs me, and just about everyone else I know, is the &...Jump to post
So why are screeners more strict with photos taken in perfect daylight than with photos taken at night? Because photos taken in daylight are, by and large, much easier to get right. If you're going to judge an ISO 12800 photo to the same standards as an ISO 200 photo, then the ISO 12800 photo will ...Jump to post
So if you imagine three photos of a particular regular/common aircraft, one taken in grey, dull weather conditions, one taken in bright sunshine and one taken with bright sunshine but (partial) backlight, a person wouldn't be able to objectively compare these three photos? I really was referring mo...Jump to post
To the extent of telling an entire other group what to call themselves?It is ok to have an opinion about something, but the expectation that a people cannot call themselves a thing because another unrelated party does not like that is surplus to the issue. I suppose that depends. I'm sure there wou...Jump to post
but would you say that pound for pound the quality is on par with photos taken in perfect weather/lighting? It doesn't make any sense to objectively compare shots taken in completely different conditions. but do those photos belong on a high quality aviation photo website like A.net They've been on...Jump to post
einsteinboricua wrote: Back to the story, my friend said that she has Indian friends (as in, from India) who are offended by it, They need to deal. Well, no, we don't just need to deal. Indian (country) and Indian-American people are allowed to have a voice too. Long story short, I use Native Ameri...Jump to post
All I will say is the following: A.net looks for high-quality images , not high-quality photos. So essentially, as long as the image meets the site criteria, it doesn't really matter how you arrived there. This isn't some new thing - it's been that way for over a decade; probably ever since the site...Jump to post
As it happens, I'll see Tom on Saturday - a few of us Seattle area av-geeks are getting together at a park for a socially distanced happy hour. I'll tell him a few folks fondly remember him Tell him I say hi, if you would. He is missed over in Tech/Ops. The second member I met is Falstaff. Unfortun...Jump to post