1. The Basic Headshot


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    Peter Hurley will talk about the equipment, workflow, direction and other things needed to help create a better headshot. Peter Hurley's Site http://bit.ly/peterhurley Hasselblad H series cameras http://bhpho.to/HasselbladHseriescameras Large Reflectors http://bhpho.to/Impact7n1Reflector

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    • 1.10.2011 Will Sullivan: Mobile Reporting Tools and Techniques


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      Will Sullivan, Donald W. Reynolds journalism fellow, University of Missouri, points journalists towards innovative tools and applications they can use to edit audio, video and photographs on their mobile phones.

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      • 1.9.2011 Gary Reyes: Embracing the Future: Working in a Visual World


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        Gary Reyes, staff photojournalist, San Jose Mercury News, talks about how journalists can use the reporting skills they already have to create multimedia pieces for daily news.

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        • Lesson 2: Calling, Equipment and Gifts


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          The majority of Christians are not baptized in the Holy Spirit and those who are have difficulty understanding God’s calling and their gifts. In this second lesson, Pastor John speaks about serving the Lord with boldness and being secure in your calling. All Christians are called to serve the Lord but that doesn’t mean all believers must go full-time into the ministry. Furthermore, God doesn’t call a person to do a job without first having equipped them with the capacity to finish the task. It is our prayer that this study will give you the desire to walk closer with the Lord and firmly know His plan for you.

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          • Agricultural Equipment Dealers What you need to know about OSHA, EPA, and DOT Compliance


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            Agricultural safety awareness is on the rise in the United States Fatalities in the agricultural industry have climbed to the number two spot on the list of industries with the most annual fatalities only behind mining. Equipment dealers make large positive contributions to the agricultural industry in protecting farm employees, however, equipment dealerships pose risk to their own employees too. Agricultural equipment dealers put employees safety at risk in many ways including chemicals they use, machinery they are around, and the general environment they are exposed to. OSHA, EPA, and DOT set forth many regulations that must be followed in order to keep safety, environmental, and transportation awareness at the forefront of any employees mind. This webinar is intended to educate agricultural equipment dealer management and employees in the main components of environmental and safety compliance. The webinar will cover topics including: The Top 10 OSHA Citable Offenses, EPA SPCC plans, Hazardous Waste Management, What to Do When a Compliance Officer is Onsite, DOT regulations, and more….

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            • Greater Columbus Rowing Association - Equipment Handling


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              Greater Columbus Rowing Association - Equipment Handling

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              • MIOPS Trigger Timelapse Shoot and Edit


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                This is a tutorial video about planning, shooting and editing a time-lapse sequence using the MIOPS Trigger as the main camera intervalometer option and then piecing the final project together using LRTImelapse Pro 4.3 and Adobe Lightroom. The shoot took place in Yokohama, Japan at a busy intersection that I have filmed in the past. I understand there are a few spoken errors along the way, as per reference number of frames shot etc during the overall project but these slight errors are simply spoken typos and don’t detract from the main educational aspect of the film. With regards to the hardware I was using a Canon EOS5D3 fitted with a Nikkor 14-24mm f2.8 D EG Lens by way of a Novoflex EOS/NIK Adapter for aperture control. Also with regards to editing this is the workflow I prefer. It may differ from the way others edit but at the end of the day we all arrive at our respective project aesthetics, which can again, from shooter to shooter, differ. That’s the whole beauty of photography, the eye of the beholder. Beyond using the MIOPS Trigger for Time-lapse the shooter can also employ it as a sound, light and laser initiated camera trigger. I will also be making short(er) videos for all of the other options this small trigger provides for. Time-lapse, given it’s very nature, requires an extensive and multifaceted approach to editing of it is to be done correctly which also explains the reason for such a long video. I trust you see fit to watch the length of the film which will impart my thus far understanding of the photographic genre and editing requirements for time-lapse shooting. We are always constantly learning, I don’t profess to be any leading knowledge for this genre of photography, I enjoy it and am happy to pass my understanding of it along. For further information on the MIOPS Trigger system, including online sales, please visit: http://www.miops.com For further information on the LRTimelapse Pro4.3 plug in for Adobe Lightroom please visit: http://lrtimelapse.com/?ap_id=saewildearth For information on Novoflex Adapters please visit: http://www.novoflex.com Music for the beginning of the film, during the MIOPS Trigger segments was provided for by a friend of mine here in Japan, Alfie Goodrich. Alfie is a professional photographer based in Tokyo, a Hasselblad Ambassador and avid musician. His forays into musical accompaniments can be found here: http://soundcloud.com/alfie-goodrich Intro Title sequence template 'Project 876' by Motion VFX - http://motionvfx.com Please also consider following my online adventures via my varying platforms: Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/themoceanvibe Website: http://www.pixelhobo.photography Instagram: https://instagram.com/thepixelhobo/ Finally, if you are interested in having me review any photographic gear or indeed are looking for one to one training in Time-lapse, Wildlife or Wilderness Photography or Video shooting then please feel free to drop me, Mark, a line: social at seawildearth dot com Cheers, Mark 'PixelHobo' Thorpe

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                • TRAINING - Trail Building Equipment Operator INTRO


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                  This is a presentation by experienced volunteer equipment operators Joe Rykowski and Andy Jansky to new prospective volunteer equipment operators. It is the classroom portion of training and provides an introduction to using mechanized equipment for trail construction projects. Specific focus is on Northwest Trail Alliance's ST240 and Ditch Witch machines, but the content is applicable to most construction equipment used for trail construction. Further on-the-ground with hands on training is a must if you are new to equipment operations and maintenance tasks necessary to keep your workflow smooth.

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                  • Using Adaptive Equipment with Exercise - Can Do MS - April 10, 2012


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                    Exercise...For some that word conjures up negative feelings like a tedious task, a bad movie your spouse makes you watch, or homework. For others, exercise represents "me time", feeling of wellness and accomplishment, taking care of yourself. For those who look at exercise as a negative, let's capitalize on that last description -- "taking care of your self". When MS impairs your mobility more and more, exercise can pose yet one more challenge. There are adaptations that can be helpful. Some will argue that there's nothing that Velcro and duct tape can't adapt. There are a variety of low tech and hi tech options. Not to plug our professions, but it's highly recommended that you seek advice from a physical therapist or an occupational therapist before purchasing any equipment in order to spend your or your insurance money more wisely. First, let's outline what a comprehensive exercise program looks like. You need exercises that address your flexibility, strength, balance and cardio or endurance. Flexibility is important as we age as our muscles are innately less flexible. Also, inactivity means less opportunity to naturally stretch thru mobility activities. Some tricks we recommend for stretching are to use a belt, theraband stretching strap or a towel. If you're in a power wheelchair, request power elevating leg rests. There are also splinting options e.g dynasplints or JAS. A standing table is also a good opportunity to address flexibility as well as relax your spasticity. Strength training can be as simple as theraband attached to a doorknob or other fixtures. For significantly more money, an arm bike, arm with leg bike or Flexiciser can provide strength training and cardio training. Wii can provide balance training. (There aren't rules against sitting on the platform). Be sure to look for recreational opportunities that provide fitness opportunities e.g. cycling/ handcycling or sit skiing. Also consider a (cool) pool. Water buoyancy can accommodate much impairment. Occupational therapy can be a terrific tool in your arsenal when difficulties or challenges present themselves in your daily life. I am continually amazed at the clever inventiveness of people and how they can solve a problem. Whether challenges face you in mobility, meal preparation/eating, dressing, bathing, balance, stair climbing, walking, exercise or work activities someone has invented a tool or posture that alleviates or eases the problem. Occupational therapists are the consultants that can help you match your needs with those clever tools/equipment. Often, the biggest challenge lies in identifying whether you should be using a tool or adaptive equipment yet. Many people have told me they feel using adaptive equipment means they are conceding to M.S. and they have "given in" to the disease. In these instances it is important to consult with an occupational therapist to evaluate your specific situation. Many times a simple adjustment to your posture can mean greater ease and independence in an activity. At other times the application of adaptive equipment/tools can free up precious energy and time you might wish to use elsewhere in your day. Sometimes, the application of equipment or a tool can mean independence instead of dependence to complete an activity. The choices are many and the results can be dramatic! Be sure to investigate adaptive equipment/tool options!

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                    • Broadcast Now Episode 40 "Tricaster 40"


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                      Join host Stephen Heywood as he talks with Stan Stalter talk about Tricaster, converters and so much more!

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