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Hand+Ink Letterpress in Aluminum
Marking Knife from Saw Blade
Outdoor Workbench with Internal Wood Storage
Hand Sewing Class
The shutter settings were a pain to figure out at first cause I needed a different app for that. I also improvised a walking stick as a kind of mono-pod. There were a lot of dud photos before I got those.
Yes and it was amazing. Cajun Chicken and Chorizo along with eggs and green chilis and the works. It was a good start.
I spent a good part of my weekend out on the farm. Far from the city lights. I was lucky enough to have a beautiful moon as a subject.
Tripods and Supports
Holding the Camera
I took the weekend to try some different perspectives while I was travelling to Nashville. Tilted Down, Neutral Birds eye, Swing left, Tilted Up.
It has been a challenge, but there are some free apps that allow for different lighting presets which I have been playing with since the original assignment. There are definitely some limits but there are some smart ways to make them work. I have found that I like the new portrait option on the iPhone and Lightroom gives some indoor and cloudy options for presets similar to a normal camera like disucssed here.
Leather Hardware: Rivets
Intro to Leatherwork
Simple Leather Wallet: Layout and Trace
Superhero Costume Class
Getting to Know your Camera
Important Camera Settings
Next Steps for Photography
Took a quick walk during my lunch break and found this fun retention wall I hadn't seen before.
I have been doing this at work and wanted to play with the different features on my new phone camera.
Choosing a Camera
Raspberry Pi Class
LEDs and Lighting Class
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