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Feb 2019 - Super "Snow" Full Moon
3 colored balanced glasses
Christmas Cactus in Bloom. Taken with a Canon T3i -- Canon 18-135mm Lens -- ISO 100 -- post processing with GiMP and Darktable in PCLinuxOS
The GiMP makes Photos look GREAT, but it still don't make up for a well taken photo to begin with. That being said here is my version of your Grand Canyon image
The moon 25% illuminated and Street Lights
Tripods and Supports
Important Camera Settings
A Fern Blossom and some yellow flowers in the late days sun
no, do not add baking powder, unless you are looking for a metallic tasting bread. More then likely you did not proof the dough long enough before putting it into the oven. You should let the dough rise until doubled in size. Don't think because you let it rise for a set number of minutes it is good to go. Also over kneading the dough will cause this. Without knowing what steps were done it is hard to say exactly why your bread is too dense. When kneading with a mixer such as a Kitchen Aid I find about 7-10 minutes is good and if kneading the dough by hand usually 15 minutes.By all means don't get discouraged because of this and give it another try.
Holding the Camera
Getting to Know Your Camera
Choosing a Camera, Tools and Supplies
Of course the moon is always a good subject to photograph. This second images is of Portland Oregon at twlight
Close up of Old Alarm Clock using defused led lights
Full moon and a image of the waterfalls at the entrance to the Health Care Center in town
taken indoors under a grow lamp
Out taking the dog for a walk when I saw this Holly Hock still blooming this late into the yearTaken with my FujiFilm Finepix S3200Aperture: F 5.8Exposure: 1/56sISO: 800
they are not passing DC through the transformer it is a pulsed DC that is being passed and then stepped up by the transformer, in this case 220V this is not AC but a pulsing DC IF you look at it on a O-scope you would clearly see it is not a AC signal but a pulsating DC square wave. Anyone with a very basic understanding of electronics would know that. You are introducing a 12 V square way and the output is a stepped up pulsating DC Square wave. All transformers can indeed pass a pulsating DC voltage.
that would be called a modified square wave and really shouldn't be used on sensitive electronics IE: computers, or inductive loads like a refergrator
LEDs and Lighting Class
I make it quite often, though my bread recipe only calls for 4 cusps flour and 1 1/2 cups water approx. and just 1 teaspoon of salt. I get 2 - 2 pound loafs from it. I am not really sure just what putting black pepper into it brings to the table