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Many photographers today want to know how to take macro pictures, thanks to a growing number of beautiful images online of small plants, animals, and insects. Macro photography is not always easy, especially for beginners, but it is one of the most rewarding genres of photography you can do. With the right skills, you will be able to capture amazing images even in your own backyard. To learn macro photography from start to finish, you should begin by reading the tips and techniques in this guide, taught by an award-winning macro photographer exhibited at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. By the end, you will know exactly how to put these recommendations into practice and capture stunning macro photographs for yourself.




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If your goal is to create photos with the highest magnification possible, full-frame cameras are usually overkill for macro photography. Even the Nikon D850 with 46 megapixels cannot match the potential macro detail of the 20 megapixel Nikon D7500, simply because the D7500 has a slightly higher pixel density.


This macro allows you to cast Soulstone on a raid or partymember by simply hovering the mouse over their unit or raid frame. If you arenot hovering over any friendly unit is unit frame, it will cast Soulstoneon your current target.


This macro works like the above, save the order of priority is switched a little (based on observed need). It can be used with a number of strategies, particularly when combined with the above macro. Priorities are as follows: If you are targeting a friendly, cast at them; if your target is targeting a friendly, cast at the friendly (useful for quick adds and bosses with random targeting); if your focus is targeting a friendly, cast at the friendly (useful for bosses); if your focus is friendly, cast at the focus; otherwise, cast at yourself.


During playback, a blue frame shows you which parts of the web page are being manipulated. To play a recorded sequence multiple times, fill in the maximum number of times to repeat the macro and press the "Play" button.


Related to the focusing distance is the maximum magnification of a lens. 1:1 magnification means a lens can take a photo the size of the camera's sensor. 1:5 magnification means it can take a photo 5 times the size of the sensor, which is less magnification obviously than 1:1. For a Nikon D300, the sensor is 23.6mm across, so a lens with 1:1 magnification can take a full-frame photo of something 23.6mm across, where a 1:5 max magnification lens can only full-frame a subject 11.8cm across. Most macro lenses can do 1:1 or 1:2 magnification.


The only downsides I've discovered while testing the Streak 65 have concerned the 'Fnatic OP' software, which is still in active development. The app crashed a few times while changing lighting modes, didn't permit a single colour to be set and didn't offer an option to change the four numbered macro keys to act as their listed secondary functions (Insert, Delete, Page Up, Page Down). (There's a Function lock key combo, but this also changes the arrow keys to control the music - not ideal for text editing.)


Elsewhere, Logitech has paid an impressive amount of attention to detail. The aluminium alloy body of the G915 TKL feels incredibly robust despite its thin design, with softly rounded corners and a comfortable "zero friction" volume roller in the upper right corner. The tenkeyless design means that there's no dedicated macro keys or number pad, as we saw on the full-size G915, but there are still media controls beneath the volume roller and various profile settings along the top. RGB backlighting is included beneath each key, which of course can be set to a single colour, turned down or disabled entirely if you prefer.


The Redragon K551/552 are some of the most popular budget mechanical keyboards available, thanks to their low price, good range of regional layouts and full complement of mechanical switches. The keyboards are available in a variety of switch configurations, from clicky Blues to tactile Browns and soft linear Reds, with the 45/$34 K551 being a full-size board and the 38/$33 K552 being the more compact TKL variant. (The K551-R and 552-R add RGB lighting, rather than single-colour.) Despite its low price, the keyboard feels reasonably well built, with an aluminium frame, plate-mounted switches and decent backlit ABS keycaps. There are few advanced features here; this is just a simple keyboard that delivers a great typing and gaming experience for the money.


The Keychron K2 performed excellently in my testing, with a satisfying feel from the Brown Gateron switches, while the aluminium frame looks great and ensures this keyboard can survive quite a bit. This model also comes with full RGB backlighting, including a number of different effects. Given this keyboard's long feature list and great build quality, it's a surprise to find that it's also among the most affordable keyboards in its category. The deluxe model with an aluminium frame and RGB costs $89 plus shipping. Swap the metal frame for plastic to save $10, and chop another tenner off the price by opting for white backlighting instead of RGB.


The Cooke Panchro/i Classic lenses are supplied with /i Technology that collect detailed lens data for production, VFX and post-production teams and are designed for all PL mounted professional motion picture film and electronic cameras. The /i Technology provides cinematographers and camera operators with vital information on lens setting, focusing distance, aperture and depth-of-field, hyperfocal distance, serial number, owner data, lens type and focal length in both metric and footage measurements, as well as inertial tracking data, shading and distortion data. For zoom lenses, the zoom position is displayed.


Formatted phrases are a complex topic as multiple different factors are involved:The source program from which you create a phrase from.In case of a HTML source, the way, bitmaps are referenced (embedded, linked per URL or linked to a local file).The settings of the target program that receives the formatted phrase. Example Microsoft Word: The phrase format (Plain Text, RTF, Word) selected in PhraseExpress to store the phrase.Varying font sets installed on the source and the destination computer.Phrase formatting output settings as defined in the PhraseExpress settings.Saving a formatted phraseIf you highlight a phrase in the source program and create a new phrase in PhraseExpress, the following happens:PhraseExpress triggers a "copy to clipboard" action with the highlighted text.The source program fills the clipboard with the text contents, eventually in multiple formatting variations (HTML, RTF, plain text and eventually custom formats, such as native Microsoft Word formatting).PhraseExpress analyses the clipboard and prefers to use RTF, if provided by the source program, as phrases are internally stored as RTF in PhraseExpress. If only HTML is available, PhraseExpress converts the HTML into RTF which may change text formatting appearance.Avoid conversions from HTML to RTF by using a source applications that fill the clipboard with RTF.Examples:Microsoft Word fills the clipboard with native Word formatting, HTML, RTF and plain text.Microsoft Outlook sends RTF or HTML based on the email settings.Microsoft Wordpad provides RTF and plain text.Microsoft Notepad provides plain text only.Browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Edge, Safari, etc.) and the E-Mail client Thunderbird provides HTML and plain text.Please contact the vendor of the source application for information about supported formats.You may also consider to create the phrase directly with the built-in PhraseExpress editor.PhraseExpress embeds bitmaps into formatted phrases, regardless if they are linked to a local file or URL in any HTML formatted phrase.Inserting formatted phrasesPhraseExpress sends a formatted phrase to the clipboard in RTF, plain text and HTML, which is a dynamically generated version of the RTF contents.The target app selects the preferred formatting variation. If the target application prefers HTML over RTF, the phrase appearance may change due to the RTF to HTML conversion.PhraseExpress has no influence in the target application's formatting choice. However, you can configure PhraseExpress which format to use to output phrases (Settings Expert Options Text insertion Phrase output format).if choosing "Automatic", PhraseExpress outputs in plain text, RTF and HTML in all target application but Microsoft Office. In this case, no HTML is output as Microsoft Office, unfortunately, prefers HTML over RTF for unknown reasons.Review the target program clipboard paste settings, if available. For example, Microsoft Word has detailed clipboard paste conversion settings.Please note, that phrases with bitmaps cannot be synchronized between Windows and Mac due to different storage technologies of either operating system.The clipboard is inserted instead of the phrase Depending on the text insertion settings, PhraseExpress may use the Windows clipboard as a vehicle to insert phrases into a target application. As clipboard operations tend to lag, PhraseExpress waits a certain period of time allowing the clipboard to be filled with the phrase contents. If the default delay doesn't give the clipboard enough time, the clipboard insertion may be triggered too fast before the clipboard has been populated with the actual phrase. Solution: Increase the paste delays. On Mac, you can find the setting here.Make sure that no other clipboard related software is accessing/blocking the clipboard. Close any other software in the background to isolate potential incompatibilities or interferences.I don't get any autocomplete text suggestions The autocomplete feature is disabled by default. You can enable the feature in PhraseExpress Settings AutoSuggest.Sentences must be entered identically at least three times before they are considered by PhraseExpress for suggestion. Make sure, that you enter sentences without making typos to let PhraseExpress identify them as repetitive input.Sentences must have a certain minimum length to be suggested.Is the Text prediction feature configured to work in only specific applications?The AutoSuggest feature is generally disabled for Asian languages.Phrases are inserted into the wrong program Generally, text input is always received by the program window with active "input focus". Whenever the PhraseExpress phrase menu is triggered, the input focus switches away from the current program to PhraseExpress, enabling you to select the desired phrase. After phrase selection, the focus is switched back to the target program to paste the phrase.If text is not inserted but you hear beeps or random actions on your desktop, the focus was not switched back to the intended target program.Potential focus switch problems:3rd party programs may accidentally step in between the very short moment of switching focus and pasting the phrase into the target program. Examples: Notification popups of 3rd party applications, transparent full-screen overlay windows or poorly programmed background tasks may "steal" the focus. This may cause the text insertion being redirected into "Nirvana". Solution: Close any other software in the background to isolate potential incompatibilities or interferences.PhraseExpress may be too fast in pasting the text than Windows is able to switch the focus back to the target application, if the PC is slow or under heavy load. Solution: Increase the PhraseExpress focus delay setting.By default, PhraseExpress relies on Windows to switch the focus back to the last known program before PhraseExpress had focus. You may try and enabling the option Settings text Output "Force focus change" to make PhraseExpress explicitly set the program focus. If this option was set, try and disable it for testing.General work around in case of focus issues:CTRL-click a phrase to copy the it into the clipboard, instead of the target application.Point the input cursor into the target application.Use CTRL+V to manually paste the clipboard contents.Phrases are inserted at the wrong position After your phrase selection, PhraseExpress needs to put the input focus back to the target program. Unfortunately, some programs change the input focus into a different input box, other than the input box before activating application fokus.You can easily test it yourself by manually switching the focus into the target application with the hotkey ALT+TAB and checking the input focus.Solutions:Add PhraseExpress keypress simulation macros in the beginning of the phrase that navigate the input cursor to the desired input box. E.g., TAB jumps from input box to input box (SHIFT+TAB jumps in reverse order).Contact the maker of the application and ask for correction. It is out of our reach to change any such 3rd party application behavior.General work around in case of focus issues:In the phrase menu, CTRL-click a phrase to copy the the phrase contents into the clipboard, instead of pasting it into the target application.Place the input cursor at the desired position in the target application.Use CTRL+V to manually paste the clipboard contents.First letter is always capitalized If the first letter of any inserted phrase is capitalized unwantedly:Check the phrase contents in PhraseExpress if the phrase begins with upper case.If the autotext case sensitivity option is disabled, the phrase output is automatically capitalized if you enter an autotext with the first letter in upper case: In rare cases, 3rd party software with a keyboard hook may interfere with PhraseExpress in a way that the SHIFT key gets stuck, thus PhraseExpress auto-capitalize feature may be triggered.Please check if your Word processing software may have a feature that capitalizes the first letter of each new sentence (such as Microsoft Word).Phrase insertion deletes existing text This can happen in text input boxes, when renaming a file or in some applications.Background: When you select a phrase, the input focus moves away from the input box. When the input focus returns to the target app, some programs highlight the entire text of the input box.Windows has the behavior to delete any highlighted text if you make any input and this is exactly what happens, if PhraseExpress wants to insert the text.To test & replicate this phenomen without any influence by PhraseExpress:Place the cursor in the input box which already contains some text.Press ALT-TAB to switch focus to any other app.Press ALT-TAB again until the focus is back to the actual target application.If the focus anywhere else in that program or if the text highlighted, then the text insertion issue is not PhraseExpress related.Work around: Usually, such text highlighting goes away if you press the ArrowRight-key. Adding such keypress at the beginning of your phrase may solve the issue.I can't edit phrases There are a few situations where PhraseExpress disables editing of phrases:The local phrase file is set to read-only (file attribute "read-only" is set).PhraseExpress was launched with the command-line parameter -readonly which disables editing functions. See chapter "Command line parameters".You are trying to load a phrase file with an older PhraseExpress version. If the phrase file has been touched by any new PhraseExpress version client, it becomes write-protected for older versions which have become incompatible with the new phrase file format. Solution: Install the latest PhraseExpress version.Phrase file provided by us may eventually be write-protected internally.PhraseExpress uses a locally cached SQL database which cannot be edited. Solution: Connect PhraseExpress to the SQL server.If using a PhraseExpress Server (discontinued):Editing is locked while the PhraseExpress window of another user on the network is opened to prevent simultaneous write collisions and synchronization issues. The status column of the Client Manager's monitor shows the current editor.You may not have edit rights for a particular phrase folder.If the network connection is interrupted, PhraseExpress falls back to a write-protected cache file. Editing is disabled as any change would be lost after PhraseExpress switches back to the network phrase file if the network connection is re-established again.All PhraseExpress clients on the network must have the same version number. Editing may be disabled as older clients may not support features of a newer phrase file on the network.PhraseExpress takes long to load PhraseExpress should launch in about 10 seconds with approx. 10k phrases.The loading time depend on following parameters:Phrase file locationNetwork speedNumber of phrasesPhrase contentsComputer performance (barely relevant for modern PCs)Optimization tips:Minimize redundancy: If you use the same phrase multiple times in different phrase folders in your library, don't copy the phrase but use phrase links.Remove formatting from formatted text phrases wherever possible.The obvious: Remove contents, that is not required.Review bitmaps embedded in phrases: A bitmap, that may look stamp-sized in editor can have a 300MB uncompressed source. Consider linking bitmap files into a phrases rather than embedding the bitmap file itself into the phrase file. If you need to embed bitmaps, make sure that you embed the bitmap in the size you actually need.Review the clipboard cache contents and consider restricting the max number items in this folders. You many also enable the option to clear the cache on program shutdown.How do I prevent unwanted text replacements To resolve unwanted text replacements:If you delete the text replacement with Backspaces, PhraseExpress will suppress the text replacement for the very next time you enter it's associated autotext abbreviation. This unwanted autotext detection can be configured in the program settings under "Settings Features".Alternatively, press & hold the SHIFT-key and click the PhraseExpress tray icon right after an unwanted text replacement occurred. PhraseExpress will open the edit window of the unwanted text replacement, allowing you to edit the autotext or hotkey association. You can also restrict the detection of the autotext to specific programs.Or, right-click the PhraseExpress task bar icon to get additional options to exclude that phrase or PhraseExpress in general from particular programs by unchecking the context menu option "Detect typing in [program xyz]".Perhaps, it's not PhraseExpress, doing the text replacement: Exit PhraseExpress and repeat entering the text, that triggered the unwanted text replacement. PhraseExpress can't replace text if it is not running. If the text replacement still occurs, you would need to investigate which other application may cause the unwanted behavior (e.g. Microsoft Office AutoCorrect).If you get an unwanted popup menu with text suggestions or phrases, you can right-click such entry in the popup menu to get options to prevent future suggestions.You can define a custom hotkey to open the last executed phrase in the PhraseExpress settings in the program setttings under "Settings Hotkeys".An imported phrase file is empty If an imported phrase file has no contents:Check the phrase file size in Windows Explorer. If it shows 0 KB, it really may be empty. It either


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