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    The American, representing males in the situation, is seen as holding all power and control, which reinforces a patriarchal system. Depending on how a reader looks at the text through a feminist lens, the meanings can vary. One way to look at the plot would be through an anti-feminist lens as the girl is seen as powerless, weak, and dependent upon the American. This anti-feminist message can be seen through his treatment of her. He does his best to manipulate her into giving in to his demands and also degrades her; he does this by stating that she must come into the shade, as she is not capable of thinking clearly due to her current state. However, it is also possible to examine this as promoting ideas of feminism in various ways. The girl begins to take control as she fights her hardest against the American’s demands by constantly expressing her viewpoint on the issues at hand. She can be seen as gaining more control as the story progresses, especially when she does her best…

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    There are such a variety of things that value of planning before your big day. Since I'm a picture taker, I'd get a kick out of the chance to share a few contemplations from a photographic artist's view and cover this subject in a few sub-points. 1. Step by step instructions to pick your picture taker. See past work. The principal thing that strikes a chord while picking a picture taker is to view his/her past works. Photography is a workmanship, not everybody with a camera can ace it.…

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    Rule of thirds is also known as a rule of thumb. It is basically a guideline or rather a pathway which is applied in the process of composing visual images for example films, designs, paintings as well as photographs. In deed it can be applied to any subject to improve the composition as well as the balance of your images. This composition technique is very fundamental as it can be used in all types of photography in order to yield images which are better balanced and more engaging. The rule of…

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    Microlens Case Study

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    a) Microlens Micolens are small lenses with a diameter smaller than 1 mm, they can work by diffraction, refraction or a combination of these two. When arranged regularly on a single substrate they form a microlens array. In order to be considered a good quality lens, microlenses must have qualities such as to low wavefront aberrations, consistency of focal length and pitch across the array, durability and low price. (Daly 2001) Microlens arrays have several applications, such as CCD arrays,…

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    through his filmic style, using long takes and close-up shots, they were untouched, uninterrupted, able to speak as they pleased, so although it can be seen as performance, it is a performance they created. Morin explains this concept at the end of the film, explaining, “We wanted to get away from theater, from spectacle, to enter into direct contact with life. But life is also theater, life is also spectacle” (Chronicle of a Summer). Ultimately, both the camera and Rouch are facilitators in…

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    Today, I decided to play with my own camera of the ESO Canon. I thought that I have learned manual setting on my mentor’s Leica camera. So I wanted to try with my own camera, since it came with manual settings. First, I tried set different ISO, aperture, and shutter-speed numbers. I have to be honest that it wasn’t easy, because I couldn’t tell if is too dark or too bright. I just had to do my best to guess the ISO and shutter speed. With my first try, the first picture was too dark, so I turn…

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    emission filters are necessary to filter out any stray signals in the respective channels. Their selection depends both on the light source and the properties of the fluorophore. They can either be placed independently, or can be placed inside the filter cube (Fig. 2), depending on the convenience. Filters can be bandpass, shortpass or longpass (Fig. 3), depending on the range of wavelengths they allow to pass through them. Objective (Fig. 4) is the lens placed below or above the sample,…

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    Kinect V2 Case Study

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    The Kinect V2 is composed of a time-of-flight continues-wave camera with a resolution of 512*424 pixels (width*height), an RGB camera with a resolution of 1920*1080 pixels (width*height), an array of 4 microphones and some electronics for signal elaboration. The camera is able to acquire images at a maximum frequency of 30 Hz. Sending out invisible structures pulses into the scene whilst measuring the individual traveling time of each point in the pulse (See figure 3.1, page 16). The operating…

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    Compound Light Lab

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    examine what you see through the microscope, your final results should be a drawing of what you saw through both the high and low powered lens. Introduction- This lab is based on the compound light microscope. “A compound light microscope is a microscope that allows light to pass through a specimen and uses two lenses to form a image”. The compound light microscope has two main lenses. The two main lenses are the low powered lens and the high powered lens. The low powered lens is 10x,…

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    Myopic Journal Entry

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    Journal Entry 1 I personally have myopia. I am negative 3.75 on each eye and wear eye contacts everyday. There are many things that are annoying about being myopic: wearing contacts, not being able to see without them, feeling blind without them, making sure you always have an extra pair of contacts on you in case you lose one. One of the more frustrating aspects of being myopic is whenever you are not wearing your contacts or glasses and you run into someone you know – and you have no idea who…

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