A while back I wrote this post about a way to process pictures pictures for a Pop-Art like look.
I guess nobody ever tried this because it’s pretty complicated and I also wanted to just give it a shot so I cobbled together this thing
I got both a genuine Manfrotto 323 and the 12$ ebay clone and took some pictures for you to compare. The Manfrotto one looks more valuable. The release lever of the clone is a bit loose bit holds the plates in very well. The Manfrotto plates fit the clone very well too.
I think the clone is good enough for what I’m doing with it so I will stick with it.
I needed to make an AV-Cable for a monitor but the vendor did not supply an appropriate cable so I had to make my own cable.
Let’s make a decorational tree quick
A little info on what this means and some example pictures
Comparison of an Infrared picture vs. a RGB picture on the basis of a phtograph of Vienna by night. Pay attention to the fog in the distance. (Drag the vertical bar to compare the photos)
Continue reading I modified my Olympus Pen E-PL1 to take Infrared pictures.
Recently I glued together some laser cut pieces of Acrylic with patchy results. The bonding was good but the Acrylic cracked. Hundreds of tiny cracks all along the cut edge.
So, what does one dot o prevent this?
I am working on modifying a NES gamepad. I took me some time to take the dimensions of the PCB and the keepout area where the mounts are in the controller. I’m posting the dimensions here so maybe it saves you some time.
And remember, the dimensions are not guaranteed to be correct. If you find a mistake, drop me a note.
The column stand in use. The camera shutter is triggered with the foot pedal.