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Wireless Service Ratings
- (Wireless Services) A technology that permits communication without wire connections such as cellular phones and pagers.
- An angry reprimand
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- (rating) military rank: rank in a military organization
- (rating) standing or position on a scale
The Tiger Moth - Under the Southern Sky.
Explore #111 July 25th, 2009About
So, the last few nights have been clear and cold, so while most sane people are wrapped up in blankets watching TV, Mel, Matt, Josh and I went driving .............. to the middle of no where to photograph planes under the southern sky!
I've always loved warplanes so this was a must do mission.
** Thanks to Mel and her father John for letting us shoot this wonderful aircraft in the middle of the night **
** Thanks to Josh for setting up is strobes, so much fun **
- Canon 50D.
- ISO 100, f5.6, 1143 seconds (19 minutes), 11mm.
- Sigma 10-20 f4/5.6 lens.
- In camera NR.Processing
- Blacks increased
- Unsharp mask in PS.Strobist
3 flashes used.
1. Canon 580exII - 1/2pwr, sitting on ground immediately at camera left, pointing up to light the underside of the wing. Triggered via cheap eBay triggers.
2. Canon 430exII - 1/1pwr, On light stand at 90deg left of camera, pointing to light the rear of the plane, Triggered via wireless
3. Canon 430ex - 1/1pwr, on light stand at ~45deg right of camera, pointing to light the other wing, Triggered via cheap eBay triggers.
Strobes were fired at the end of the exposure.About the Tiger Moth
The de Havilland DH 82 Tiger Moth is a 1930s biplane designed by Geoffrey de Havilland and was operated by the Royal Air Force and others as a primary trainer. The Tiger Moth remained in service with
the RAF until 1952 when many of the surplus aircraft entered civil operation. Many other nations used the Tiger Moth both in military and civil applications and the ubiquitous little trainer is still in great demand worldwide as a recreational aircraft. It is still occasionally used as a primary training aircraft, although now most Tiger Moths employed in training duties are used by pilots gaining experience for "taildragger" license ratings
FLICKR INFRASTRUCTURE: Wireless support for a municipal fire department
Pictured here is a Flickr remote relay device installed on a fire hydrant in a small western city. The device is part of a sophisticated Wi-Fi system established for the benefit of the local fire department. The local Chief of Fires is a forward-thinking person; it was he who authorized the installation of hundreds of these relays to enable his employees to surf and upload during the inevitable lull during a response to a fire. Once a roaring blaze has been brought under control, fire fighters can easily unwind and avoid boredom by switching from "life-saving" mode to "life-enhancing" mode.
Happy firefighters are better firefighters. All fire trucks and wagons have laptops 24/7. Devices like the one pictured here have improved morale markedly. Flickr is ready to install such devices anywhere for any group---as long as the appropriate financial compensation is received. This type of system has improved the morale of numerous fire departments, police departments, snow removal crews, sanitation workers, utility crews, and the like.
It is sheer co-incidence that this looks like a a scene in Helper, Utah.
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