Wireless Led Picture Light. How To Use Cell Phone
As Wireless Modem.
Wireless Led Picture Light
- radio: medium for communication
- Lacking or not requiring wires
- having no wires; "a wireless security system"
- transmission by radio waves
- (ling) water chestnut whose spiny fruit has two rather than 4 prongs
- Light-emitting diode, a semiconductor diode that glows when a voltage is applied
- light-emitting diode: diode such that light emitted at a p-n junction is proportional to the bias current; color depends on the material used
- (ling) heather: common Old World heath represented by many varieties; low evergreen grown widely in the northern hemisphere
My friend of light
from a set of 3.
I've shot those picture
s to enter the bluetooth wireless keyboard and mouse
camera club's "Panel of prints" competition in Ealing (London UK) and got the 2nd position.
Those 3 picture
s illustrate the concept of "Elaborating an idea" ("The Thinker"), "Concretizing the idea" ("Kamehameha") and "Enjoying the result" ("My friend of light").
Sigma EF-500 DG Super 1/8 power thru a white umbrella at camera's left. Canon EF 18-55mm, f/9, 15 sec.
I was using a wireless
remote controler for my camera. This gave me 2 sec after pressing the release button to position my self and pose for the flash. Once the flash went off, I had about 15 sec to draw the shape with
a dual colored LED torch.
A tip to draw at the appropriate position is too keep your hand or your face, depending on the picture, still after the flash goes off. This will be the reference for the starting point for the painting with
the light. After you started drawing you can move your hand/face away and get comfortable to draw.
, if you are drawing a little stick man, don't look at the palm of your hand but about 5 or 7 cm higher as you are suppose to look at the stick man!
Thanks a lot to Strobist.com for teaching us how to properly use flashguns. This awesome blog gave a real boost to my creativity.
PS: Thank you guys for the comment and faves!
OH DEAR! This pic is one
of Mr Strobist's favorites. How cool! My first hehehehe
My Computer Setup [Oct 2009]
LIFEHACKER FEATURED ME... THANK YOU SO MUCH!
This is the current desktop setup I use. I find it's very usable and all the lighting you see in the photo (minus the desk lamp sticking out to the left) was only fifty dollars added together.
Coolest part is the IKEA Dioder LED strips. There are two behind the monitor (stuck on diagonally in an upside-down V shape), one
under the desk for keyboard lighting, and one
hanging down from the top of that vase-shaped lamp.
The reason for a LED strip under the lamp is that the lamp seems to block off the light to the top part of it because of its shape. To compensate, I dangle a LED strip over the top and route the wire through it and to the bottom.
On the desk there's a Harmon/Kardon 2.1 speaker set, a 24-inch SyncMaster P2570 screen, a generic work lamp, and an Upek Eikon fingerprint reader. The keyboard is a Kensington SlimType (a joy to type with
) and a Logitech MX wireless
The entire setup is powered by my HP computer. Out of this picture to the right is another desk (my dad's) with
a 22-inch screen and a HP computer... other than that, there's nothing much to tell.
(Lifehacker editors: if I do get picked for feature on the website (YIPPEE) then it'd be nice to have a mention that I'm a 12-year old (shh) "web designer" with
a website at brandonwang.org)
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