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The Articulated Arm of an Archive Raider. I confess, I’m a raider.

The Articulated Arm of an Archive Raider

When permitted, or rather, when I encounter no explicit prohibitions from library and archive staff, I like to get copies of both information directly useful to a current research project, but also of materials which might be useful on future projects or for friends working on something similar. I move in, pillage what I can, and retreat to pick through the plunder in search of new targets for the next day. I’m an information pack-rat and I refuse to go into rehab. I know there are many of us out there. At some point a library or archive raider will have to admit the benefits of going digital. The ideal solution for some of these problems is to attach your camera to a copy stand. The problem with most copy stands, including those you can order online, is that they are usually not very portable. Fortunately, anyone can piece together a similar solution (no tools required) with a little handy searching on Amazon. My own personal solution uses: Return to Top.

40+ Freebies & Goodies For Web Designers. We’re back with another collection of cool design freebies for designers.

40+ Freebies & Goodies For Web Designers

We’re sure you are having a hard time keeping up with design trends (we burn through them so quickly), so here’s a collection of assets you will probably love. We have icons, fonts, PSD and templates, mockups, UI kits, and a handy plugin you might like if you are into material design. If you don’t like what you see, or if you do, check out our other compilations for more freebies you’d be sure to love: Icons 50 Library Icons A cute set of outline icons featuring elements you would normally find at your local library: Books, sofas, glasses, you get the idea. Material Design Icons (Extended Color Version) Remember the material icons Google released a while back?

Modern UI Icons An awesome set of icons created meticulously using Microsoft's Expression Design. Round Vector Icon Set. Home » Dream Audio Tools - Creative Samples Dream Audio Tools – Creative Samples. 8dio - Productions. Dream Keys - Reciprocal mirrors by luca-3. Adobe Premiere Elements 10 for Mac & Windows 65136675 B&H. Timer Remote Control for FUJIFILM FinePix HS25EXR HS33EXR HS30EXR S100FS S9000 on eBay!

Timer Remote Control for FUJIFILM FinePix HS25EXR HS33EXR HS30EXR S100FS S9000 on eBay! Video Editing Software Review 2013. This is IT! Timelapse Photography: A Complete Guide for Beginners. I'm a professional landscape photographer living on the coast of Maine.

Timelapse Photography: A Complete Guide for Beginners

Through my work, I like to show a vantage point that is rarely seen in reality; a show of beauty, emotion, and serenity. Feel free to visit my website. By Christopher O'Donnell on in Shooting If you’re not familiar with timelapse videos, you’ve probably already seen them but just aren’t aware of it. With timelapse photography, you can take sequential photos captured over a period of hours and compress them into a video of only a few minutes in length – this allows you to see a slowly changing scene at a much faster pace and can open up a whole new world of photography to you. In theory, timelapse videos are easy to do with your camera – you’re simply taking a few hundred photos, one after another, and then lining them up in post processing. Click here to see Iceland, Eyjafjallajökull on Vimeo What Do You Need to Make a Timelapse? Alternatives to an Intervalometer.

Time Lapse Tool. Import features Input image formats: JPEG PNG BMP GIF (single frame) Note: The time lapse software does not currently support video as input or RAW format.

Time Lapse Tool

Add soundtrack to your movie. Time-Lapse Tool supports all major audio formats: Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) - This is the default iTunes music file format Audio Interchange File Format (AIFF) MP-3 MPEG-4 Audio Wave (WAV) Windows Media Audio (WMA) Time-Lapse Video features Output video formats: Apple TV H.264 (for Web publication) Motion JPEG (for maximum quality) MPEG-4 (to view on DVD players) QuickTime Windows Media Video (for sharing with friends) Make a GIF animation Render processed JPEG images with original size for further processing with other software Save your movie with FullHD—or even 4K resolution—and a different aspect ratio Experiment with different frame rates Publish the video you create to YouTube directly from the application Video and image effects.