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Discussing What is your favorite NIK filter? in NIK Filters Rick Insane Diego... says: Brillance seems to be way out front here and until last month I don't think I even used it once. I don't know what my #1 was. I used it in conjunction with Photoshop. In that mode I NEVER used Midnight. It seemed like, what did you do with my photo? With that said, I've been using the combo for 2-3 months now and I find that I'm really spreading out my usage of many of the filters because I can apply them so gently. I think though I have a picture for almost every effect in the Complete version.

Virtuelles Kupferstichkabinett EDGE of Existence :: EDGE Conservation Overview Amphibians Birds Coral Reefs Mammals Search Map Overview Fellows Projects Expeditions Achievements Champions Community Instant Wild Education Forum Email page Click on a country to find out which EDGE mammals, amphibians and corals occur there or use the search below the map. Read more about the map: "World's most extraordinary species mapped for the first time" (Zoological Society of London website) More information on how EDGE species are identified. Hover over the EDGE Zones buttons to see regions of the world containing the highest concentrations of EDGE mammals and amphibians. Notice that EDGE Zones for mammals and amphibians are different, reflecting the varied evolutionary histories and threats facing the two groups. By supporting large-scale conservation projects and capacity building in regions of high biodiversity value, such as EDGE Zones, we can achieve greater conservation outcomes. Learn more about our conservation work. Select a country to search for EDGE species

Willkommen Nik Photography Cover Photo Selection – April 9, 2014Field of Vision © +Mark Seawell This week's cover photo belongs to +Mark Seawell. Mark is retired from the U.S Air Force. He lives and works in Germany at the Ramstein Air Force base. Mark is a fine art photographer, who specializes in landscape and architecture photography. “Field of Vision” was taken in the hills above Haschbach, Germany on a moody morning in February. Be sure to circle +Mark Seawell on Google+ to see more of his work. If you would like to be considered, please follow these guidelines:- Post an image on your G+ page- Dimensions 2120 x 1192 pixel image (horizontal)- Mention the Nik product/s that you used - Add #nikcoverphoto in your description- Image should not be watermarked If you are selected, we will contact you for the image so that we can post it as a Cover Photo on our Nik Photography G+ page and give you proper credit. Thank you from the Nik Google+ Photos Team

Cat'zArts - Beaux-arts de Paris, collections. Inventaire des oeuvres graphiques, peintures, sculptures, conservées à l'Ecole nationale supérieure des beaux-arts (Ensba). Catalogue en ligne pour une grande part accompagné d'images numériques. Base de donné Cat’zArts, qui tire son nom du bal des Quat’z-arts organisé par les élèves des quatre sections de l’Ecole, est un catalogue informatique qui présente les œuvres des collections de l’Ecole nationale supérieure des beaux-arts. Ces collections, héritées des Académies royales, augmentées par de prestigieuses donations et par les travaux scolaires jusqu’en 1968, sont extrêmement variées et comportent aussi bien peintures, sculptures, objets d’art, dessins de maîtres et d’architecture, que photographies, estampes ou Livres et manuscrits. Sur un total de plus de 450 000 œuvres, près de 88 000 figurent déjà dans la base. ! Ouverture de la salle de consultation des collections : lundi, mercredi et vendredi, de 13h30 à 17h30. Toute demande de documents se fera exclusivement sur rendez-vous et sera limitée au nombre de 5 par séance. Utilisez les guillemets pour une suite de mots exacte, ou en cas de recherche par date. Recherche multicritères

NCES Library Comparison Compare Academic Libraries allows users to compare one library (the library of interest) with similar libraries (the comparison group). For example, a user may wish to compare one library's total circulation with the total circulation of a group of libraries with similar total expenditures. The steps involved in using Compare Academic Libraries are: Select the library of interest for which you want to find a comparison group. Fiscal Year 2012 data from the Academic Libraries Survey (ALS) are used in Compare Public Libraries. Missing Data: These data have been reviewed and edited at the state and national levels, and verified as correct by each state’s data coordinator. Note about confidentiality and removal of data: Because public use data must protect the confidentiality of respondents, changes have been made in the public use file used by this tool.

Welcome Nik Photography Cover Photo Selection – April 16, 2014© +Saurabh Paranjape This week's cover photo belongs to +Saurabh Paranjape. Saurabh is an amateur photographer based in Northern California. This photo was shot on the shore of Napili Bay in Maui, Hawaii, in the dying twilight. Be sure to circle +Saurabh Paranjape on Google+ to see more of his work. If you would like to be considered, please follow these guidelines:- Post an image on your G+ page- Dimensions 2120 x 1192 pixel image (horizontal)- Mention the Nik product/s that you used - Add #nikcoverphoto in your description- Image should not be watermarked If you are selected, we will contact you for the image so that we can post it as a Cover Photo on our Nik Photography G+ page and give you proper credit. Thank you from the Nik Google+ Photos Team

Guggenheim collections online Featuring nearly 1600 artworks by more than 575 artists, the Collection Online presents a searchable database of selected artworks from the Guggenheim’s permanent collection of over 7,000 artworks. The selected works reflect the breadth, diversity, and tenor of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation’s extensive holdings from the late 19th century through the present day, and are continually expanded to include a larger representation of the museum’s core holdings as well as recent acquisitions. In addition to highlights from the Solomon R. Learn More about the Collection Afghanistan the First Country Mapped using Broad Scale Hyperspectral Data (7/17/2012 5:00:00 PM) For the first time, about 70 percent of a country has been mapped using an advanced remote sensing technique known as hyperspectral imaging. In order to assist Afghanistan in understanding their abundant natural resources, in particular the development of an economically viable minerals market, the U.S. Geological Survey and the Department of Defense Task Force for Business and Stability Operations led an effort to fully map Afghanistan with hyperspectral data. Airborne hyperspectral sensors measure light reflected from the earth. The spectrum of the reflected light can be interpreted to identify the composition of materials at the surface, such as minerals, man-made materials, snow, and vegetation. These materials can be identified remotely due to their unique light spectra. The project was funded by the Task Force for Business and Stability Operations, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, and the Afghan Government. The new hyperspectral maps of Afghanistan are available online.

Diazotypie Die Diazotypie ist ein Positiv-Verfahren, bei dem dunkle Linien der Vorlage auf einem hellen Träger ebenfalls dunkel werden. Es bildet sich ein Polymer mit Azofarbstoff. Es wird ohne Emulsion gearbeitet, die Färbung entsteht in einem trockenen Prozess unter Ammoniakdämpfen unmittelbar auf dem Träger. Als Träger können Papier (auch Transparentpapier, hier Mutterpause genannt), Kunststoff (Cellophan, Cellulose-Acetat, Polyester u. a., hier Filmpause genannt) oder Textilien dienen. Die Mutter- bzw. Diazotypien auf Transparentpapier können als Zwischen-Negativ für weitere Vervielfältigungen benutzt werden. Geschichte[Bearbeiten] Die in den 1880er Jahren patentierten Verfahren waren noch Negativverfahren mit Nassentwicklung, die hauptsächlich für die Textilindustrie Verwendung fanden. Funktionsweise[Bearbeiten] Diazoemulsionen enthalten lichtempfindliche Farbkuppler, die bei der Belichtung in nicht mehr kupplungsfähige Bestandteile zerfallen. Einsatzgebiete[Bearbeiten] Konservierung[Bearbeiten]

Google opens prior-art patent search to the entire web Google has made its Google Patents tool markedly more useful by tuning it to be even better at identifying potential infringements. Specifically, the company announced on Tuesday, Google Patents now undertakes the tricky task of spotting prior art by analyzing key phrases in individual patents across Google’s collections of book, scholarly research, patents and, indeed, web databases. A capability like this has been a long time coming considering the problems that exist in searching for patents — especially prior art. Priort art is generally defined as “all information that has been disclosed to the public in any form about an invention before a given date.” For practitioners, however, the definition might as well read “nearly impossible to search for given the ever-growing volumes of published material.” With that in mind, here’s what Google claims it can do in a blog post explaining the new feature: In March, I explained the problems with patent search — especially through the U.S.

Fototechnik Siehe auch: Kategorie:Sehen, Kategorie:Farben, Kategorie:Farbname, Kategorie:Optik, Kategorie:Lichttechnik, Kategorie:Auge Unterkategorien Es werden 14 von insgesamt 14 Unterkategorien in dieser Kategorie angezeigt:In Klammern die Anzahl der enthaltenen Kategorien (K), Seiten (S), Dateien (D) Seiten in der Kategorie „Fototechnik“ Es werden 192 von insgesamt 192 Seiten in dieser Kategorie angezeigt:

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