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adjust shutter speed to convey movement via blur, or freeze a moving thing. also useful if you want light exposure effects.
adjust aperture size if you want the background to be blurred or not.
adjust ISO for light sensitivity, ie, how dark or bright the shot will be.
shutter speed and aperture size actually also affect overall exposure and light sensitivity, but not as much as ISO setting.
quicker alternatives to ISO settings (or to fine tune brightness) include exposure adjustments and brightness/contrast adjustments.
using flash automatically limits minimum settings for shutter speed and aperture size.

for toy/macro photography, use manual focusing and low numbers for aperture. shutter speed and ISO can be adjusted to get standard exposure values (unless you want a specific lighting effect). particular for my camera, i need at least around two hand's widths distance from near the viewfinder hole to the subject. alternatively, at least one hand's width from the tip of the lens.
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"Dolphin Polisher"
'Signatures are overrated.'
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TIL that farmers used to castrate lambs and maybe goatlings with the help of a knife... and their teeth.
'Signatures are overrated.'
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chorizo#Philippines

Quote:Longaniza (Tagalog: longganisa; Visayan: chorizo, soriso) are Philippine chorizos flavoured with indigenous spices, and may be made of chicken, beef, or even tuna. While the term longaniza refers to fresh sausages, it is also used in the Philippines to refer to cured sausages.

Longaniza-making has a long tradition in the Philippines, with each region having its own variety. Among others, Lucban longaniza is known for its garlicky profile, while longniza made in Guagua has a salty, almost sour flavour. Longganisang hamonado (Spanish: longaniza jamonada), by contrast, is known for its distinctive sweet taste. They are also sometimes classed into Spanish-style and Chinese-style, and are used in dishes influenced by those cuisines such as paella, and pancit.
'Signatures are overrated.'
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I can cut plaplates with scissors. My life just got easier.
'Signatures are overrated.'
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Katamtamang sukat na armas ay pwedeng isampay kapag tanke na paa ang ginamit.
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Tawas in socks as deodorant, and on singaw as disinfectant/pain reliever, does the job well.
Overboost kamikaze attack Ninja
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A Hamburger Idol Group. The closest thing in this reality that would turn my favorite food into humans.

[Image: hamburgirl-z-japanese-idol-group-promo.jpg]

Quote:First, their purpose, it seems, is to sing and dance about hamburgers. It is almost as if they are promoting the idea of "hamburgers" itself.

Second, each girl was a single hamburger ingredient and wore that ingredient on their head. There was: beef, lettuce, egg, tomato, Awajishima fish, Awajishima chicken, Awajishima W Onion (right), Awajishima W Onion (left), pork/bacon, pickles, avocado, pineapple, mushroom, green pepper, and egg plant.

http://www.tofugu.com/interviews/hamburg...dol-group/
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I'm really bad at piloting Assaults.

And that several of my college friends and I share a love for piloting giant walking tanks.
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Mechwarrior online?
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Bukkake udon
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Sampaguita, that visual novel with a Filipina character is part of the Yarudora series of visual novels. Originally released for the PS but got a PSP release in 2005. character was designed by Masamune Shirow with the game directed by Mizuho Nishikubo. more info here: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Vi...Sampaguita
and yaaarrrrr, due to the PSP release, you can find an ISO of it on the net. dunno if there are translations tho.
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TIL: There's such a color as desert pink
http://lrdg.hegewisch.net/camo.html
'Signatures are overrated.'
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TIL: Australia has a "swooping season" where magpies will attack humans
https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2018/09/ho...ng-season/
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Also I remember witnessing pigeons landing on people's heads for some reason.

Not a pigeon but it probably does it for the same reason.
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