merton quote

“Certainly it would seem that TV could become a kind of unnatural surrogate for contemplation: a completely inert subjection to vulgar images, a descent to a sub-natural passivity rather than an ascent to a supremely active passivity in understanding and love.”- Thomas Merton, 1948.

Strobisten-Ausrüstung bei A*****n

* https://www.amazon.de/Neewer-Fotoschirm-Stativkopf-Blitzschuh-Drehgelenk/dp/B01ABFSAPU?th=1
* https://www.amazon.de/Neewer-kontinuierliche-Silber-Schirm-Portr%C3%A4tfotografie-Videoaufnahme/dp/B01JRYJB7M
* https://www.amazon.de/Neewer-drei-Foto-Studio-Schirme/dp/B01DJ11S6G
* https://www.amazon.de/Neewer-Blitz-Typ-Halterung-Hot-Schuh/dp/B004YNF3DI
* https://www.amazon.de/Neewer-Professionelle-Universal-Kamerablitz-Stativhalterung/dp/B06Y5L79K6
* https://www.amazon.de/H%C3%B6hestellbare-Lampenstativ-Fotostudio-Produktfotografie-Videoaufnahme/dp/B00WO4M0OY
* strobist.blogspot.com/2016/07/lighting-102-side-effects-lets-jump-off.html

[pdf]

Type “gs -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -dCompatibilityLevel=1.4 -dPDFSETTINGS=setting -sOutputFile=output.pdf input.pdf” into the Terminal window, replacing “input.pdf” with the name of your PDF file and “setting” with a desired quality level, and then press “Enter.”
Quality level settings are “/screen,” the lowest resolution and lowest file size, but fine for viewing on a screen; “/ebook,” a mid-point in resolution and file size; “/printer” and “/prepress,” high-quality settings used for printing PDFs.