About a month in, the craze has started to wear off.So, to get peoples' attention back, he decides to climb over his enclosure and hang from the net ceiling above the lions den next to him.We know almost nothing about viruses in the water and they are far more of a threat to health than bacteria. We are paving all the natural filters and cementing our rivers to create a system that sends all this nasty stuff to our ocean as fast as possible. We all hope not, but we think think every single surfer should stand up for a zero tolerance on beach advisories.
Find an evenly-light-colored, evenly-lit background for a test shot - a blue sky (works great), a white wall, a piece of paper ... Set the lens to manual focus and set the focus to to make your selected subject completely OOF (Out of Focus).
We want to see the dust - not the subject - in the picture.
Quickly, the new "gorilla" becomes the most popular craze at the zoo.
People from all over are coming to see the "Human-like" gorilla.
But her work (and the acclaim that’s come along with it) has somehow never made her a Movie Star.
That’s usually reserved for actors we can label, understand and consume, confident in exactly what we’ll get.
To know if your sensor is dirty, you need to know what sensor dust looks like in an image - see below for a 100% sample crop from the above photo. That's what my face looks like when I see a picture like this.
To check for dust, mount a 50mm or longer lens on your DSLR - select 50mm or longer if you are using a zoom lens.
As an LA surfer I understand the reasoning behind the 72-hour post-rain surf advisory.