... but the often unreliable supply obliged us to adjust our shooting schedule to the availability of tapes, ... Our equipment consisted of the consumer-grade SVHSC video camera that we had on loan, a tripod, a single-lens reflex camera ...
Author: Freya Schiwy
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
Category: Social Science
Adjusting the Lens offers a detailed analysis of contemporary, independent, indigenous-language audiovisual production in Mexico and in Mexican migrant communities in the United States. The contributors relate the styles and forms of collaborative and community media production to socially critical, transformative, resistant, and constitutive processes off-screen, thereby exploring the political within the context of the media. The chapters show how diasporic media makers map novel interpretations of image and sound into existing audiovisual discourses to communicate social and cultural changes within their communities that counter stereotypical representations in commercial television and cinema, and contribute to a newfound communal identity. The new media expose the conflict of social movements and/or indigenous and rural communities with the state, challenge Eurocentrism and globalization, and reveal the power of audiovisual production to affect political change.
Contributors to this collection analyze the photographic practices and heritage of communities from North America, Europe, and Australia, revealing how Indigenous people are using old photographs in new ways to empower themselves, ...
Author: Sigrid Lien
Through powerful case studies, Adjusting the Lens addresses the ways that the historical photographic record of Indigenous peoples has been shaped by colonial practices, and explores how this legacy is being confronted by Indigenous art activism and contemporary renegotiations of the past. Contributors to this collection analyze the photographic practices and heritage of communities from North America, Europe, and Australia, revealing how Indigenous people are using old photographs in new ways to empower themselves, revitalize community identity, and decolonize the colonial record.
Author: United States. Patent OfficePublish On: 1967
... distance equal to the focal length of the lens , means to selectively adjust the spaced relation between the pivot means and the lens to allow use of lenses with various focal lengths , means limiting the movement of the pivot means ...
Adjust the lamps until the shadows on either side of the pin are lined up and are of the same length and darkness. ... Using the Converted Enlarger 1 Setting up 2 Using a Process Camera Adjusting the lens Insert the empty negative ...
Author: Laura Blacklow
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
An introduction to non-silver photographic imaging techniques. 170 illus.
Author: California. Legislature. AssemblyPublish On: 1970
... to accurately fill 3 preseriptions for stueh preseription lens or lenses and to fit 4 and adjust such lenses . ... fit of a person who was of 8 lawfully engaged in fitting and adjusting preseription 9 lenses and who was or is the ...
At the point of the red arrow, you can see that I was adjusting the Tele position, and the grid sectors indicate that the current setting is +3 forward focus. ... I am now ready to save this new focus adjustment and retest my lens. 8.
ot US 6,414,792 B1 erect prism is disposed between an objective lens and an eyepiece , ANALYZER INSERT FOR A POLARIZING ... US 6,414,794 B1 an externally positioned adjusting wheel mounted on said supLENTICULAR OPTICAL SYSTEM port ...
The adjusting screws also provide a limited amount of vertical adjustment to compensate differences in distance between the front surface of the camera lens and the front end of the camera of the various types of camera .
Adjust the intensity with the illumination control knob on the power supply. 12. Do not adjust the intensity by adjusting condenser lens or aperture diaphragm. These instructions are written for a Nikon inverted microscope but are ...
Author: John Girkin
Publisher: CRC Press
Choice Recommended Title, March 2020 Optical microscopy is used in a vast range of applications ranging from materials engineering to in vivo observations and clinical diagnosis, and thanks to the latest advances in technology, there has been a rapid growth in the number of methods available. This book is aimed at providing users with a practical guide to help them select, and then use, the most suitable method for their application. It explores the principles behind the different forms of optical microscopy, without the use of complex maths, to provide an understanding to help the reader utilise a specific method and then interpret the results. Detailed physics is provided in boxed sections, which can be bypassed by the non-specialist. It is an invaluable tool for use within research groups and laboratories in the life and physical sciences, acting as a first source for practical information to guide less experienced users (or those new to a particular methodology) on the range of techniques available. Features: The first book to cover all current optical microscopy methods for practical applications Written to be understood by a non-optical expert with inserts to provide the physical science background Brings together conventional widefield and confocal microscopy, with advanced non-linear and super resolution methods, in one book To learn more about the author please visit here.
Measurement was accompanied by adjustment of lens 2-1 and virtual fiber positions . ... however , angular misalignment for the virtual fiber is reduced by adjusting lens 2-1's position in a lateral direction , as shown in Fig .