1) Backup your wallet.dat in .zcash folder
cd /.zcash (go to zcash folder)
ls -la (list all hidden files, folder)
cp /.zcash/wallet.dat /home/YOUR-USER-NAME/backup (copy wallet.dat)
2) Download zcash binary from website:
cd /home/YOUR-USER-NAME/download (go to download folder)
wget https://apt.z.cash/pool/main/z/zcash/zcash-2.0.0-amd64.deb (download file)
( or get newest name of packet at https://apt.z.cash/pool/main/z/zcash/)
3) Stop zcash client and install new package:
sudo dpkg -i /home/YOUR-USER_NAME/download/zcash-2.0.0-amd64.deb
4) Restart zcash client:
zcashd -daemon (for running in background) — or:
zcashd (for running as active app)
5) To check status:
In this tutorial video they will demonstrate how to prepare images in Lightroom for achieving the Brenizer method to enhance shallow depth of field, and how to finish off the merged image with stylized editing in Lightroom after the “heavy lifting” is done.
Click here for the full article: http://www.slrlounge.com/brenizer-met…
Understanding Highlights and Shadows in Lightroom
Highlights/Shadows: recover details, create 3D effect (contrast)
Whites/Blacks: adjust brightness
Here is one of the cooler projects for creating LED panels. Unlike the ‘usual’ LED panels, those panels are mounted on flexible material so they can be folded and mounted pretty much anywhere.
DIYPerks is using MARSWELL LEDs for good color rendition. if you look at the photo below you can see how 80+ CRI has a huge impact on image quality.
(As you remember, we are big fans of checking the CRI when buying LEDs for photography projects).
There are two things I particularly light about this build:
- The use of False leather as the carrier for the strips, it is a durable and fine looking, so you will not be embarrassed to take it on high end sets. It does not fray. The uses shows to make the holding corners and the aluminum holding bracket are nothing short of genius.
- The other thing is the trick for using laptop adapters by connecting the two colors in serial.
Source and discussion: http://www.diyphotography.net/how-to-build-huge-diy-flex-lights-for-60/
Notes in this tutorial:
– Use mask layer to finely cut/crop a subject.
– Cut subject’s hair with more details.
– Re-size subject to fit new background.
– Change color tone of the subject to fit new background.
– Add subject shadow.
– Use burn tool to reduce harsh light