Is that communicating with out words?- that is the language of animals – dogs, horses, etc. They do not use words. See you can be an animal trainer –oops I mean communicator!
Hey all you Nerds — What is HDR: Found that term in the 360 pages of the instruction manual to my new camera.
From the on-line dictionary:
High Dynamic Range Imaging (HDRI or HDR) is a set of methods used in imaging and photography to allow a greater dynamic range between the lightest and darkest areas of an image than current standard digital imaging methods or photographic methods. HDR images can represent more accurately the range of intensity levels found in real scenes, from direct sunlight to faint starlight, and is often captured by way of a plurality of differently exposed pictures of the same subject matter.
Hope that was fun to read and you understood it all! Much of it is written in the in-between language —- most smart phones and new simple point and shoot cameras do HDR automatically with out you knowing it.
In Jim language HDR is: The camera automatically takes 3 copies of the same picture (U thought it only took 1 like in the old fashion days of last year), uses its internal computer to smash the 3 together to make a better photo then it ever could have with only one photo like in the old fashion days of last year. Here is an example — see the three small photos on the bottom and the camera produced photo on top.
Now the twisted language of my daughter —
This dog is my dog when she breaks into the cupboard and eats a box of cereal. Translation — “See what YOUR dog did” She is my dog when she rolls in a rotten dead fish by the lake. Translation — “YAK! Get YOUR dog out of the house – go give her a bath” BUT in the winter when she has no dead fish to roll in she is my daughters dog. Translation — “Oh what a pretty puppy I have — come into the house and I will give you a cookie — I love you, MY pretty puppy!”-– Is that twisted or what! BTW due to high contrast in light — this photo should have been taken with HDR turned on!
Translation — Before I go, correct me if I’m wrong, A pair of pants is only 1 pant — correct? I do not have to pay for two pair do I? Is that 4 of pants? Hay, who is on first? or is it Hey?