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  • A webcam is a video capture device that is connected to a computer or computer network, often using a USB port or, if connected to a network, ethernet or Wi-Fi.

  • A CCTV Camera with built-in web server computer. More info.

  • Second Coming: (Christian theology) the reappearance of Jesus as judge for the Last Judgment

  • The arrival of a notable person, thing, or event

  • The first season of the church year, leading up to Christmas and including the four preceding Sundays

  • arrival that has been awaited (especially of something momentous); "the advent of the computer"

  • the season including the four Sundays preceding Christmas

  • The coming or second coming of Christ

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LEGO LEGO® City Advent Calendar 7553

LEGO LEGO® City Advent Calendar 7553

Countdown to Christmas in LEGO® City! Make the countdown to Christmas fly by with the LEGO® City Advent Calendar. Every day a new adventure awaits, including policemen in a mini police car and robbers making a slippery escape on snowmobiles! Even Santa Claus joins in the fun. A perfect addition to your existing LEGO sets and a great way to kick off the buildable holiday fun this year. Features 24 different LEGO® City gifts Includes 6 minifigures: 2 policemen, 2 robbers, fisherman and Santa Claus Vehicles include 2 snowmobiles Build larger models with the LEGO bricks from 3 different gift days! Also features a police dog and Christmas tree Ages 5-12. 232 elements.

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Taken on a cloudy, grey day, with tri-x 400 film in my Hasselblad 500 cm. Scanned in with an epson flatbed scanner.

I finally got a Hasselblad. I wanted one since high school, however, with the advent of digital photography, the desire went away. Being back in the darkroom, though, has re-interested me in the traditional methods of photography, and with that, the desire for a top-notch camera.

This was off the first roll of photos I took with the camera. I've never used a medium format camera before. I read a ton of information on message boards, web sites, and watched stuff on youtube to learn how to do stuff like load film, use the lens for functions like aperature and shutter speed, use a light meter, and so forth. It's very much unlike a 35mm camera.

Once all the equipment was ready to go, there is then the change of looking through the top of a camera, into a square, and seeing the image flipped. It takes longer to compose the image, move your body to get the framing correct, and then moving the whole camera around to determine the composition. You also only have 12 shots per roll of film, so there is a greatly increased desire to really choose one good shot to take, instead of snapping off 30 and hoping one is right.

The result is a much slower picture-taking process. Oddly enough, I love it! I think having to be so careful and considerate of everything I'm doing is really helping me form tighter photographs that pack more meaning into each frame. I'm carefully consider f-stops and shutterspeeds, whereas on digital, I generally only pick one to focus on and let my camera figure out the other.

I'm also starting to explore with using various chemicals in the darkroom to help me get finer photographs. This adds another element of personal control into the photograph. Basically, much more of ME is in each picture.

And, the results are great. I haven't done a really great side by side comparison yet, but the Hasselblad might be delivering me sharper, crisper results than my new Canon 5d Mark ii. Or at least the lens might be. There are so many variables it's hard to know for sure, but I do think my Hasselblad can stand on its' own against some of the more powerful modern cameras.

So, I'm very pleased with this photo. I love the shades of grey I'm getting, and the crispness of everything, even though I intentionally blurred the fence a bit. I love the square composition - it seems like everything has a bit more room to breathe, but is also more focused and eye-directing. The building really was not so powerful in reality, but the crispness and square that the Hasselblad gave me seems to have focused the most important elements into a photo I really feel is outstanding.

I know it's almost heretical to say, but I'm enjoying the Hasselblad more than my Canon 5d mk ii right now. I think both will balance out, however, and give me a wide range of versatility that I love as an artist.

Advent, Advent...

Advent, Advent...

Advent, Advent - Zack die Linse

Einschrankung: Kein Adventskranz-Foto (egal, ob der Kranz rund, eckig, langlich etc. ist).

Herausforderung: Eine Available Light Situation, d.h. auch bei ungunstigen Lichtverhaltnissen nur mit dem vorhandenen Licht fotografieren und auf zusatzliche Beleuchtung (z.B. Blitz) vollstandig verzichten.

Dieses Mal habe ich das Thema mehr oder weniger wortlich genommen. Als einzige Lichtquelle habe ich das aus einem Teelicht bestehende Tutenlicht verwendet.

Es ist ja nicht so, dass ich die Adventszeit mit ihren wundervollen Duften und herrlichen Lichtern nicht mag, aber manchmal mochte ich doch ein Nudelholz nehmen...

...und etwas Platzchenteig ausrollen ;-)

advent web camera

advent web camera

While We Wait: Living the Questions of Advent

Sometimes we struggle to believe we'll experience anything new as Advent comes around. What could we possibly learn that we haven't seen or heard before? If you're looking for an Advent study of a different slant, While We Wait: Living the Questions of Advent offers new ways of connecting the story with your own questions of faith and approaches an all-too-familiar narrative from perspectives we may have missed. You'll read about biblical figures mentioned in passing in the ""original"" Advent. Somewhat surprisingly, Tamar, Ruth, Mary, Zechariah, Elizabeth, and the Magi ask questions that resonate with contemporary Christians. ""I hope While We Wait will help people who don't want to gloss over their questions about the Christmas story,"" writes Redding. ""This book examines Advent as a journey in which God seeks us at many levels of our understanding and spiritual willingness. It allows for real-life struggles and questions as a part of Advent's spiritual exploration.""Designed as a complete Advent study, this book offers readers or groups * unique perspectives on the events of Christmas * complete plans for small-group sessions * a fifth session for the week of Epiphany * daily scripture reading and reflection questions * an introduction to the spiritual discipline of breath prayer
What are the questions you bring to God this season?

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