The Other Side of Midnight Hosted by Richard C. Hoagie.
**SQUATTY POTTY EDITION**
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Wednesday, November 4th, 2015 12AM-2AM PST/3AM-5AM EST
Guest: Andrew Mount
Andrew Mount has a 25-year background in whole systems solutions, environmental science, and new-paradigm physics. He has spent the last 6-years practicing permaculture and developing food security initiatives in the Rogue Valley of Southern Oregon, his pastoral home.
Andrew’s social entrepreneurship efforts have been recognized by Dr. Muhammad Yunus (Nobel Laureate) at the 2013 Oregon Social Business Challenge. Andrew served as a key organizer in the successful campaign to ban GMOs in Jackson County, OR. After his 9-year tenure as Secretary to Bruce DePalma and as Trustee of DePalma Institute,
Andrew co-founded NewEnergyMovement.org (NEM) with Dr. Brian O’Leary and others, serving as an Associate Director and Adviser to NEM’s Board. He is co-founder of Southern Oregon Slow Money and an organic farmer. The development of advanced energy and propulsion systems remains an enduring passion, yet Andrew believes a biomass revolution to reforest and re-green the Earth is needed even more urgently than a second industrial revolution. The true Space Age does await the bold developers of new energy and the virtually untapped Forces behind their unconventional behavior.
Phone: (505) 796-8802
As an Oregonian, I can confirm, any part of Oregon fucking rocks, except Portland, Eugene, anything else on the I-5 corridor,and stupid pseudo intellectuals that believe in go shit, fuck this faggot. Talk about stars.
seriously what the hell this guy is hitting a bong in the background
Gary originated all the Mars arcology research
need to add mullenials to it.
Also, I heard him reference K-mart the other night too. So K-mart might be coming back soon
Uuugh, this is sooo boooring. When can we get Chris Carter on the show? Or something about ghosts or monsters or witchcraft or anything that isn't this. I mean I love science and science fiction, but god damn.
What's with the wide-ass blank space?
excuse me, i figured i'd use paint instead of photoshop. my bad.
i just don't fucking know man, we're in faster moving times and the idea of generations is so far removed that i'd rather it just die off in the pop culture language sooner than later.
see this post.
I had gone for a soak in the Hot Springs and decided to just camp in the woods... was a great sleep but always wondered what kind of risk it may have posed.
does this guy have a bit of a speech impediment or just me
so can we eventually control inertia in a way that could allow our current human body to jump 50 feet off a building and land on the ground without transferring all that stopping into the body but somehow elsewhere so the body remains unharmed from the sudden stop?
oh and i heard another glass bottle clank. time for a drink!
seriously someone is packing a pipe or bong in the background
Equivalent exchange between inertia and Gravity BRFO.
You realize he uses torsion as a catch all bullshit word and people who fall for it are idiots. Because he can literally tie anything into the "torsion field" and never be wrong. It's a beautiful bit of bullshit for a conman.
I think he means this
you sound like me a few years ago, shooting amateur models and shit.
i went down that road, overlighting. i had it all, even an einstein with all the ridiculous 84 inch PLM's, gridded softboxes, tons of triggers, other flashes, you name it i was strobin' it.
eventually i just went back to one light.
the only thing worse than underlighting is overlighting.
yes her lower leg skin tones went to shit, i know i know.
it's a hard lesson i had to learn: even the best models look like shit unless you're finding a way to expose them a little more than normal when it comes to skin tones.
to be quite honest family, i would have just cropped that photo in camera to above the knees. the above ankle cutoff is shitty and should be avoided, there's one of those body cutoff pics that floats around /p/, you know what i mean.
if i had been in this photographers shoes i would have simply had a larger light coverage on the model and shot for full body that would have lit the lower legs just as well as the rest of her.
it's a potential 8/10 photo that is a 7/10 as presented.
>you know that background is real right?
It's fake as fug.
Why else would you blur it to that extent other than to cover your mistakes?
Lighting is bad, background is green screen, sage this shit!
i took a leak, went to the kitchen to refresh on gayman fuel i.e. stroganoff like a motherfucker.
been eating bullshit all week, found 90/10 sirloin ground beef on sale tonight so i went ham on that shit.
did some shit and before i knew it, it was 4:55 am i'm like fugggg
>i just went back to one light
Why? I like the minimalist approach. Would shoot with all natural light if could.
A bounce card would have helped. Buy a white piece of large construction paper. Bounce the light off that.
Why are you shooting with the light straight on, unless you have overhead lights or kinos? Bounce it to get more even coverage desu
3 point lighting is ideal. You can do it with 2 desu.
I don't like strobes either. But, it's the most common set up for a reason. A single light, wew lad.
I would bounce it to get even coverage in a studio.
man i hate that term. a fucking piece of cardboard with tin foil on it is a 'bounce card'. whoever coined that term is on up there with 'california sunbounce'.
as for why i went back to one light it's because using the simple principle of inverse square law you can get a much more even light falloff using the basic laws of physics than having to use a 2nd light or a fill/bounce/reflector/whatever.
instead of say putting a shoot through or reflective umbrella 4 feet from the model say 2 feet above head like your typical one light for dramatic shadows, light her 8 feet away from a more centric point, either quadruple the light output or quadruple the ISO and decrease the aperture 4x to account for it, or mix and match accordingly depending on your ambient light situation.
if you want to shoot shallow dof because you still think that makes you cool for the art kiddies then do whatever necessary. the sooner a photographer gets over shallow DOF the better. if the eyes aren't sharp it goes into the fucking trash, but that's a whole 'nother thread, and i've seen the close up's of isabella.
>3 point lighting is ideal
>i don't like strobes
you have no fucking idea what you're talking about and should fuck off back to the sticky thread on /p/