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Mike Kuhlman

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About Mike Kuhlman

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  • Birthday 04/28/1965

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    Pompano Beach, FL
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    Photography of course, filmmaking, movies, music, bicycling, working out, golf.

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  1. The power of 240 fps slowed down to 24 fps, only 10% normal speed: https://www.shutterstock.com/video/clip-1027938446-waves-crash-into-us-side-super-slow-motion The wave rolls toward us like a raging cyclone of white, creamy syrup...the water engulfs us in foamy, brimy tentacles, sparkling like diamonds in the late afternoon sun... GoPro Hero 6 in Suptig underwater case, 1080p, 240 fps, wide, 5500K, manual exposure, slowed down to 10% in Cyberlink Power Director 15 Ultra using Power Tools' Speed Adjustment, exported in 1080 24p mp4 h264
  2. Congratulations! Upload some video clips too! Word is around here they sell for a lot more money than still images!
  3. Yes, Paula, but, after reading the history of these icons, you can see that they've experienced many such disasters during their existence. Disasters are PART of their history. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notre-Dame_de_Paris Don't get too attached to the notion of things being permanent. They're not. They're temporary, subject to change, and change should be embraced, while retaining all historical and photo-records, so one can see, read about and appreciate the history, evolution, of things. "Normal" people worship them because they're so grand, ornate, financed by the super rich. As you can see, even super rich things can and do fall. "Let ye not worship false idols before Me." -God
  4. Never Rudy. But I can read. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notre-Dame_de_Paris
  5. Looks great! You got some nice motion blur! Shutter speed? Use an ND filter?
  6. Well-built centuries ago! According to this news report, this isn't as big a "disaster" as some of you are making it out to be.
  7. Artworks, yes, the legacy of centuries of history. But there are photos and records of the artworks as well as the architectural design, so the MEMORIES of them won't fade. There was no loss of life. Thank God for that. A real tragedy would've been hundreds of people gunned down, exploded or burned, perhaps inside the Cathedral, in yet another terrorist or domestic wacko attack. If you want to get religious, and if the Notre Dame Cathedral was a church, a place of religious worship, the Bible, supposedly the word of God, is pretty specific about "do not worship false idols (buildings, however beautiful and culturally, historically significant they are) before me". The SPIRIT of God, the INSPIRATION behind those artworks, continues to exist. Artists will continue to be inspired to create in this new, rebuilt canvas. The important question to ask, moving forward, is how did this fire get started and what safety measures can be put in place so this doesn't happen again in the future?
  8. It's only a building. It can be rebuilt, brand new, better than ever! Worship the spirit of God, not the building, the place of worship. If no lives were lost, rejoice in that!
  9. Transportation: Cars, traffic lights, signs, symbols
  10. I'm enjoying making fast things slow this week: https://www.shutterstock.com/video/clip-1027530902
  11. YES, Matylda! I think that's the problem! After reading SS' ftp upload guidelines, it says "avoid using symbols like _". I was using a # symbol to designate clips (#2, #3, etc.). I will get rid of the # symbols. Now the clips should upload just fine. Thanks, peeps!
  12. Thanks. What is the latest version? 3.41.2? If so, I did that and it didn't make any difference. I get this "forbidden command argument" message. A Google search revealed a version 3.9 from FileRhino, but I got a "whoa! this isn't safe for your computer" message from McAfee virus scan, so I didn't download version 3.9.
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