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How to Survive in China Without Knowing How to Speak Chinese. Living in a Country Where You Dont Know the Language.

How to Survive in China Without Knowing How to Speak Chinese

How to Survive in China Without Knowing How to Speak Chinese. Living in a Country Where You Dont Know the Language.

sister picture idea~even though they are older would still be really cute!

sister love :: minneapolis child photography

sister picture idea~even though they are older would still be really cute!

Cutest baby photo I've ever seen in my life!! This is happening one day.

Cutest baby photo I've ever seen in my life!! This is happening one day.

All you need to know on what to pack as an expat woman moving to China #Expat life#China#travel

All you need to know on what to pack as an expat woman moving to China #Expat life#China#travel

Aperture Scale - all you need to know about aperture in one simple graph | Boost Your Photography.

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If you are the traveling adventurer or would like to be, then you quickly (need to) learn that "things" mean less and it's the experiences you value.  I believe this personally to be a true statement but if you decide to live in a country for a few months or a year then there are a few "things"…

If you are the traveling adventurer or would like to be, then you quickly (need to) learn that "things" mean less and it's the experiences you value. I believe this personally to be a true statement but if you decide to live in a country for a few months or a year then there are a few "things"…

ƒ16 is just a starting point. If you want to use ƒ11 then you need to boost your shutter speed to 1/200 (in the case of ISO100). 2.8 is 5 stops brighter than ƒ16, so you need to go up 5 stops on your shutter. In other words, a bright Sunny 16 rule- sunny day is 1/3200 ƒ2.8 at ISO 100. You can use the sunny 16 rule with any aperture you want, not just ƒ16.

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ƒ16 is just a starting point. If you want to use ƒ11 then you need to boost your shutter speed to 1/200 (in the case of ISO100). 2.8 is 5 stops brighter than ƒ16, so you need to go up 5 stops on your shutter. In other words, a bright Sunny 16 rule- sunny day is 1/3200 ƒ2.8 at ISO 100. You can use the sunny 16 rule with any aperture you want, not just ƒ16.

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