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Remote control of Canon 60D
- Remote Control RC-6
- check the switch on the remote for immediate firing, ("•"). The other mode is a 2-second delay
- Set the drive mode to remote control
- Point at the remote control sensor on the front of the camera
Focus on Canon 60D
- Change the single point focus - focus point quickly with
- AF point selection / Magnify button on the back of the camera, upper right
- Looking down at the top LCD panel - use the Main Dial by the shutter button to change the focus point
- Looking through the viewfinder - use the Quick Control Dial on the back to move the focus point
- Back button focus - fix the subject focus and then have the ability to shift the camera for composition and proper exposure without losing the focus point. Can continue to shoot without the focus point changing
- Use the <AF-ON> button on the back of the camera, top right thrid. Press the button to focus. Hold when satisfied with the focus.
- Press the shutter button (still holding the AF ON button) to take the photo. Continue with the same focus as long as the camera to subject distance does not change.
- http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=1155350 specific to Canon 60D
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icH3hFGDl8A Lynda.com Canon 60D
Reading .mobi books in Windows
I've tried two possible solutions in Windows
- FBReader https://fbreader.org/ Application that runs in Windows (also multi platform)
- Sumatra PDF http://www.sumatrapdfreader.org/free-pdf-reader.html has a stand alone solution that can run from a USB. Works nicely, includes graphics.
lens profile in Lightroom
Book lists for consideration from Shelfari
- The Art of Manliness' Essential Man’s Library
- NPR's Top 100 Killer Thriller|NPR Top 100 Thriller
- The Rory Gilmore Reading Challenge on Shelfari; and a more stable version at http://www.listchallenges.com/rory-gilmore-reading-challenge
- 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die My bookshelf with 1001 Books you must read ... read with 24 on the list read as of today.
- Penguin's Top 100 Classics
- The 100 New Classics from 1983 to 2008; originally published at by Entertainment Weekly in June 2007 (so how can it be to 2008??) My bookshelf with 100 New Classics read with 52 on the list read as of today.
- NOT from Shelfari: A Reddit list based on popular responses in April 2015
New ways to use this site
Thinking about how to document SAP reports for class. What would be good information to include?
- SAP menu hierarchy
- Transaction code
- Inputs required (this will be difficult, but a screen shot sample might be enough with an output sample)
- Report screenshot (link with the appropriate input above)
- Purposes, outcomes, and options for the report. A description of why it might be useful
- Everything up to this point is a hierarchy (which SAP is already very good at); can this be made into a tag cloud or a mind map structure?
Create a report summary page and link from SAP Enterprise Systems
Submitting an academic paper / presentation to an SAP conference
Keys to personal organization on an ongoing basis
- Do it
Interesting article with extensive details at https://cleverchecklist.com/blog/thoughts/mechanics-of-time-management/.