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How Do I Use Web Camera
- A webcam is a video capture device that is connected to a computer or computer network, often using a USB port or, if connected to a network, ethernet or Wi-Fi.
- A CCTV Camera with built-in web server computer. More info.
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Apple iSight FireWire Webcam for Apple Computers M8817LL/A
Introducing a revolutionary new way to say hello. iSight delivers picture perfect video, crystal clear audio and an innovative design that makes video conferencing over the Internet as natural as face-to-face conversation. Families can stay in touch from thousands of miles away. Students can hang out and talk with their friends like they were in the same room. And business travelers can tuck their kids in to bed from the other side of the world. It's the next best thing to being there.iSight doesn't just look good, it makes you look good with a high quality video image. A custom designed, auto-focus lens keeps your image crisp and clear from 50mm to infinity and focuses on a 1/4" CCD sensor with 640x480 (VGA) resolution. Put that together with iSight's built-in image processor and you get smooth, top-quality, full motion video at up to 30 frames per second with true 24-bit color.An integrated, dual-element microphone suppresses ambient noise, so just your voice comes through loud and clear.iSight will get you talking. It's unique center-mount design, with an integrated rotate and tilt mechanism and three included stands, make it simple to position iSight so you're looking directly at the lens for a face-to-face conversation.One simple FireWire connection provides audio, video and power. Just plug in iSight and iChat AV automatically launches and gets you chatting in seconds.iSight is made out of the same aluminum alloy as the 12" and 17" PowerBooks, which makes it incredibly durable while keeping it extremely lightweight (weighs just 2.3 ounces). Just pop it into the included carrying case and you can stay in touch no matter where you go.
Charlotte In Her Web day 151/365
If imitation is a form of flattery, then Garen should be extremely flattered! (Of course, that all depends upon whether or not this is done well!) I've been reading his details in his photo posts lately and I can honestly say I've been inspired to try stretching my photographic skills. I didn't really mean to copy his shots, but it seems that spiders are out in abundance around here and it was a perfect target for what I wanted to try.
Garen posted about practicing with his flash off camera. I recently got a flash cord and have played a little with it but took it out today and walked around my yard practicing on all sorts of things. I think I have even figured out how to hold my camera in my left hand and shoot with that hand while holding the flash in the other hand. I just haven't figured out how to manual focus that way! I tried shooting flowers with the flash in all sorts of directions such as off to the side, above, below, etc. Then I saw Charlotte here and decided to practice with her as my subject.
This was my favorite shot and I feel badly for her because I'm sure I blinded her for life with all the flashing going on. :) For this shot, I zoomed in as much as I could, held my camera in my left hand and my flash out to the right side and up above just a little. There was good natural light as the sun was shining today so the flash evened out the lighting for the shot.
Photo cropped, otherwise SOOC.
Web of Glass
This is the Fifth Avenue Apple store. What makes this store special is that the retail space is underground. This glass structure marks the retail space from the road, and upon entering it patrons can either take a short elevator ride or walk down a spiral staircase. This was taken from the spiral staircase, just slightly below ground level.
It was snowing the day that this was taken. Some day perhaps I'll go back on a day with blue skies and some clouds to see how that would impact the feel of this scene, but that'd probably wreak havoc with the exposure (which was already somewhat poor here, but at least the underexposed bits are parts that I'd have wanted to remove anyway).
Shot with an Olympus E-520 and Zuiko Digital 8mm f/3.5 Fisheye (fisheye does not accept filters and has a lens hood built in). This was taken hand-held with IS mode 1 enabled. No cropping was applied to the picture; maximum resolution has been scaled down to 1600x1200 for upload. This is a camera JPEG that has not been subject to any additional post-processing. The following settings were used on-camera: "vivid" color scheme; contrast, saturation, and sharpness at +1; auto white balance; pattern metering mode.
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