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Killers and Heroes

As so many nature lovers I enjoy a lot watching nature documentaries in the TV, different channels offer spectacular scenes from all the continents. It is no longer exclusively the habitat of National Geographic: Discovery, Odisea and many others, from the USA, Europe, Japan and other countries delight us with beautiful and breathtaking animal behavior.Hunting, loving, killing, breeding, feeding and many other situations in the life of wild animals unfold in front of our eyes, we enjoy and we learn... continue reading

The versatility of On-Air

Allow me to introduce you to a collection of images titled ON-AIR.Originally designed for Radio and Television Studios, the sign has now come to represent a vast range of Media and Content mediums.And I've become a tad obsessed with finding the best ones and photographing them for Dreamstime.Here is the collection so far.ON-AIR COLLECTION continue reading

Modernized table television test.

Dear ladies and gentlemen!I have honour to offer, all who plans to open own telechannel, the television testtable.By means of the given test it is possible to check up such parameters:1. Accuracy of a colour rendition.2. Geometrical distortions of the screen.3. Gradation of brightness.4. Data of beams of a kinescope.5. Clearness and focusing.The table is designed in conformity with standards of telecasting. All the sizes long and requirements are strictly sustained. Structurally... continue reading

Guilty Secret

Yes, I have a secret vice. Actually, I share it with my husband. He's not the least bit embarrassed, and will share it with anyone. I tend to go into denial and get a little defensive. We love television. Whew! There, I said it! It runs most of the time that we're home. We were raised during the 1950s when everyone loved TV. Children were parked in front of the TV every afternoon after school. We grew up on Howdy Doody, Pinky Lee, and the original Mickey Mouse Club. The one with Annette Funicello... continue reading

The shadow of tower in backlight

CCTV(China Central Television) Tower is the highest building in Beijing.it was built in 1993.I took this picture in backlight. So we can see a light line, which is the shadow of the tower tip. It cannot be seen in any angle else. continue reading

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