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[Tip 197: What ISO for what situation ?]

  • Sunny and good weather → 100 ISO should be good.
  • Bad weather, raining or cloudy → Don’t hesitate to go up to 800 or 1600 ISO with a recent camera.
  • Very dark situation like a dancer during a show at night or inside → Recent camera can go up 12800 with not so much noise and are able to freeze the motion sharply. Using the noise reduction function in Lightroom should make it looks perfect?
  • Another outsider low light condition → You can experiment and lower both the ISO and the Shutter…

Short tips to learn photography every day

[Tip 196: Negative Picture]

Using a good camera and the software Negative Lab Pro you can know scan your own negative picture taken with an analog camera.

  1. Fix the exposition, nothing must be too much to the right or to the left.
  2. Cancel the orange coloration of the negative picture using the white balance in Lightroom
  3. Start the Negative Lab Pro plugin to convert the negative image to a color one.

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[Tip 195: Luminar 4]

Did you know that with the photo editing software Luminar that released their version 4 you can change the sky automatically in a few minutes ? Result is not always 100% perfect but its still impressive !

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[Tip 194: Did you know ?]

Despite the very expensive price and quality of the Leica camera, they forget something really important on the M8.

Every sensor has an infrared filter on the sensor because the sensor component can react to that infrared light and create a magenta tint on the photos.

And yes, Leica forgot to put one on their M8 camera sensor. Oups 🙊

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[Tip 193: Personal Introspection]

More and more I stop myself from getting my phone out of my pocket and photograph the same thing as everybody else. Can be a famous place in nature, sculpture, house, whatever.

The reason is that the world right now is completely overwhelmed of slightly different pictures of the same things, over and over, and I don’t want to participate in this.

Especially when I feel that it is mostly to show other people that « I was here ». …


Original article : https://brainsorting.dev/posts/structuring-a-python-application/

In this short article I will explain all the different ways of structuring a Python application, from a quick script to a more complex web application.

Single python file containing all the code

That’s okay for code without dependencies or using a virtual environment. This is generally used for a quick script that doesn’t need complexity in its file structure.

my-single-file-project/
├── .gitignore
├── helloworld.py
├── test.py
├── pyproject.toml
├── LICENSE
└── README.md

Example of the helloworld.py :

#!/usr/bin/env python
# helloworld.py

from datetime import datetime

def do_hello():
print(f"Hello, today is {datetime.now().date()}")

if __name__ == '__main__':
do_hello()

Installable Single Package

When your app get more complex…


In this short article I will explain all the different ways of structuring a Python application, from a quick script to a more complex web application.

Single python file containing all the code

That’s okay for code without dependencies or using a virtual environment. This is generally used for a quick script that doesn’t need complexity in its file structure.

my-single-file-project/
├── .gitignore
├── helloworld.py
├── test.py
├── pyproject.toml
├── LICENSE
└── README.md

Example of the helloworld.py :

#!/usr/bin/env python
# helloworld.py

*Original article : https://brainsorting.dev/posts/structuring-a-python-application/*

from datetime import datetime

def do_hello():
print(f"Hello, today is {datetime.now().date()}")

if __name__ == '__main__':
do_hello()

Installable Single Package

When your app get more complex…


Short tips to learn photography every day

[Tip 192: Post Processing Hint]

Tools in photoshop to edit monochrome picture :

  • « Mix of color » to tweak independently each level of grey in the picture
  • « Contrast » tool to add grey density uniformly to you b&w
  • « Accentuate » add clearness to the picture
  • « Add white » to just the luminosity without touching the density of greys
  • « Add black » to make the black stronger and give more character to the picture.

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[Tip 191: Custom Filter]

What do I mean by custom filters ?

Well, it’s those filters you can basically create on your own. Take a piece of plastic paper, mirror or colored transparent paper and put it in front of your lens to create some gloomy moody picture !

LensBaby are surfing on this wave by selling a product called OMNI that is a lens filter with built in custom filter you can move and place wherever you want in front of your lens !

Get creative !

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Original article : https://brainsorting.dev/posts/create-a-proxy-with-a-raspberry-pi-3-or-above/

If you need to use a proxy that has the same IP address as your home, here is a tutorial on how to do it.

Install and configure your Raspberry Pi OS

Install and configure a raspberry pi without a mouse nor a keyboard :

  1. Download the last version of raspbian lite here and download Etcher which we will use to flash the disk image on the SD card.
  2. Start Elena, select the Raspbian Lite imake disk, select the target which is the SD card you use for your raspberry pi and click on Flash!.

While the image disk is getting installed, we…

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