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At the end of the day: A couch, a book, a dog.

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It's fair to say that the majority of people take most photos during the day. But there's something magical about taking photos at night. Taking images at night has its own allure - the way artificial light can be used to set color tones, the rich interplay of shadow and light, the contrast between dark, light and all the shades in between. The kicker here is letting enough light into your camera to properly expose! Sure you can raise your ISO and introduce more noise, and you can lower / widen your aperture number and have a thinner focus plane, but the secret sauce is lowering that shutter speed! Just wrapping your brain around manual still? Simply set your camera down on a flat surface or tripod, and dial that setting down in Tv or S mode and have fun! That's all there is to it!  You can get creative with light painting techniques, shoot long exposures for light trails and so much more. Night portraiture in an urban setting can be interesting with light from store windows and street lamps. Street photography can be bright and colorful or even surreal depending on the environment and how you choose to take your shot. Of course, you don't have to be outside, there are all sorts of setups you can do within the confines of your home, and you can even use something like a desklamp to help you expose those long shutters shots! Embrace the lack of light and take some artsy night photos!

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Tools to empower visually impaired students to participate in competitive robotics programs.

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Build the skills of your current team with our universal training mats. They provide every scenario required to teach all the fundamentals programming and similar robotics systems.

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These amazing mats feature imaginative, play-producing, images designed to provide just enough imagery to spur creativity.

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TechBrick is an independent robotics and STEM education program for home-schooled, public, and private school students in Harford, Baltimore, and Cecil counties in Maryland.

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*enktesis, LLC is a private consultancy, led by Marco Ciavolino, assisting clients in a range of web technology solutions, marketing communications, business development, and communications research efforts. He has been involved in the web space since 1995 and since that time has directly developed and collaborated on numerous web projects from small niche sites to large enterprise projects.  Want to know more? Contact me via email or phone  (marco@enktesis.com / 410-838-8264).   Full contact information at meetmarco.com

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