Monthly Archives: November 2018

Katie Hopkins – Our Final Stand for The West

 

No matter what the political classes are telling us, we are approaching the time where we will have to make a final stand for the West, or face extinction. We are being subjected to the greatest invasion in history, but unlike previous invasions, (even though many wars have been created to serve an agenda) this time, it is our leaders who are the perpetrators, the very people who we elected to power (or think we did) are not only instigating this, but they are constantly amending the law, misdirecting public opinion, brainwashing the masses to such an extent that it is becoming increasingly difficult to object.

 

GLOBAL COMPACT FOR SAFE, ORDERLY AND REGULAR MIGRATION

The Heads of State and Government and High Representatives, will be meeting in Morocco on 10 and 11
December 2018, reaffirming the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants and determined to
make an important contribution to enhanced cooperation on international migration in all its dimensions,
have adopted this Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration:

This act will ENFORCE migration on everyone, it will punish those who object and reward those who support it!

Here is an excerpt from the compact….

Refugees and migrants are entitled to the same universal human rights and fundamental freedoms, which must be respected, protected and fulfilled at all times. However, migrants and refugees are distinct groups governed by separate legal frameworks. Only refugees are entitled to the specific international protection as defined by international refugee law. This Global Compact refers to migrants and presents a cooperative framework  addressing migration in all its dimensions.

Here’s another one….

Establish open and accessible information points along relevant migration routes that can refer migrants to child-sensitive and gender-responsive support and counselling, offer opportunities to communicate with consular representatives of the country of origin, and make available relevant information, including on human rights and fundamental freedoms, appropriate protection and assistance, options and pathways for regular migration, and possibilities for return, in a language the person concerned understands

This will legitimise actively encouraging migration, giving them the advantage at the expense of the indigenous population and increasing the campaign to destroy Western society.

Read the full act HERE!

Photography Basics – Filters

Filters can make a massive difference to your photography, be it still or Video. In this video I look at a Variable Neutral Density Filter, which is like Sunglasses for your lens, but steplessly adjustable to get the exposure you need.

This is not only suitable for cutting down light in still photography where you would like to use a wide lens aperture on a bright day, but it is also really necessary for video, where your shutter speed may be confined to 1/50 or 1/60.

The second filter is a ND100 which cuts out 10 stops of light, allowing you to turn an exposure of 1/125 in to 1 or 2 minutes to get blurred moving objects or movement in clouds, adding a lot of creativity to your images.

The next one I will look at is the Polarizing filter, which I will talk about in another video.

As I stated in the video, I recommend buying filters to fit your largest lens and then buying step-up rings to fit them to your other lenses, saving the need for lots of different filters.

Photography Basics Depth of Field

 

Depth of field is the area of an image that is in focus, for example, if you focus on something 6 feet away, you may find that everything 1 foot beyond that and 2 feet before is in focus, but everything else is blurred. However the depth of this area that is in focus, can be adjusted by the aperture of the lens as well as the focal length of a lens.

Wide angle lenses give far deeper Depth of Field and telephoto lenses give far shallower Depth of Field. That is why Landscape photographers frequently use wide angle lenses closed down as much as possible to get everything in focus, yet portrait photographers use telephoto lenses open as much as possible to get a shallow Depth of Field, to blur the background making the subject stand out (called subject separation)

Understanding how Depth of Field works will improve your photography dramatically, so it is definitely worth experimenting to learn and understand.

Photography Basics Exposure

 

Understanding the exposure triangle is one of the first technical points that you need to understand when you get in to photography. Thankfully, in the digital age, we are afforded the opportunity for trial and error.

The three factors that affect exposure are:

Lens Aperture - The amount of light allowed through the lens

Shutter Speed - The amount of time the shutter stays open, the long it is open, the more light is allowed through.

ISO Sensitivity - This controls how the sensitivity to light of the image sensor (this is actually applied gain, like turning the volume up on an audio device, increases the sound, but can also increase background noise, or in the case of an image, it will force an image to be brighter, but there is also more unwanted digital grain (called noise)