ICI 4 DMA a Web Developer – About me


ici 4 dma a web developer
Hello, this is my blog about me, so I have to say something about myself. Sometimes it is hard to introduce yourself because you know yourself so well that you do not know where to start with. I’m not really good in English grammar, my point is I’m not settled in any of this, I’m not supposed to write this but for the sake of my final exam. Let me give a try to see what kind of image you have about me through my self-description. I hope that my impression about myself and your impression about me are not so different. Here it goes.
I am a person who is positive about every aspect of life. There are many things I like to do, to see, and to experience. I like taking pictures, I like to swim, I like to think, I like to dream, I like to talk, I like to listen. I like to see the sunrise in the morning, I like to see the moonlight at night, I like to feel the music flowing on my face, I like to smell the wind coming from the ocean. I like to look at the clouds in the sky with a blank mind, I like to do thought experiment when I cannot sleep in the middle of the night. I like to sleep early, I like to get up late; I like to be alone, I like to be surrounded by people. I like country’s peace, I like the beautiful island in camiguin, I like delicious food and comfortable shoes; I like good books and romantic/comedy movies. I like the land and the nature, I like people. And, I like to laugh.
I always wanted to be a great photographer, yet. I am just someone who does some research, and some lay-outing. But my dream is still alive. I’m always busy everyday so; don’t be confused if I won’t reply you in chat box even though I’m online. I hate when someone’s talking shit behind my back, I can figure that out. Call me a “Snob”. If you don’t like me then you may leave, there’s the door. Call me FAT. I can put this on or I can lose that. Call me ANNOYING, you shouldn’t care for I just want to have fun. Call me FAKE. That’s just me, so please give me a break. Call me WEIRD, call me what you want. I’m just that unique I make mistakes, but that doesn’t mean I’m bad. I was just for so many reasons.
This is a brief introduction of me. Do not expect too much, and keep your sense of humor.

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Sharing interests in Social Networking


It’s great to have friends but you have to admit that there are certain interests you or they have, which neither is not interested in. When this happens, it is time to expand our circle and that is just one of the advantages of social networking. Social networking enables people who share the same interests to hang out together and this simply means that you are able to make new friends. If for example you are interested in photography, no one there will get tired of talking about photographs which occurred last night or several years ago.

Since most social networking is done over the web, you get to meet individuals from other countries and learn about their culture. How many people do you know keep in touch with someone across the Atlantic or the Pacific? Given that you share something in common, you get to communicate with that person regularly that is very similar to hooking up with your friends after work or school.

From a business point of view, the first two advantages of social networking enable you to meet new clients and expand your business because most of these sites allow you to customize your webpage and provide links to your personal website. Just to give you a few examples, there is Multiply, MySpace, Friendster, Facebook and Classmates. With so many around, you won’t have a hard time looking for a social network that you like. You can even post ads here so you can inform other members of an event that you are hosting.

The best part about becoming a member of a social network is that majority of these is free. This means that you don’t have to pay any fees. All you have to do is sign up by filling up the form and then activating the link when this is sent to you via email. Now that you are a member, you can invite other friends to join and look at other profiles.

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Swimmers form of freestyle


Swimming is an underused form of exercise, and if your gym fee includes pool access, might as well use it, right? I know, I know, it can be kind of intimidating. Strokes, technique, equipment, etiquette, time and intensity – swimming has its own set of rules and strategies.

But all that seems trivial when you think about a swimmer’s body, hot dang! They’re lean, toned, strong and graceful. This is a body type many people aim for. Not thin, not bulky, but a little bit of everything rolled into one fit package. Plus, it’s one of the best forms of cardio you can find – your entire body is doing resistance training when submerged

Swimming drills are specific movements, done repetitively, to get your technique “in the groove.” They are generally included in all workouts. Most coaches feel that you can never do enough technique work. You should include some in your workouts, too. Most swimmers have learned some form of freestyle. Not many can appear to move down the pool as effortlessly as a world record holder, but there are ways to move yourself closer to their form; refine your technique with drills.

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A Goal for many Photographers


With today’s high-tech pro cameras and IS and VR lenses, learning to take perfectly sharp, expertly exposed photographs is a snap. There are thousands of technically perfect photographs in print and on the web and it seems there are as many talented amateurs emerging every day. But there is a notable difference in the work of a photographer who takes the time to think about the composition of their image. The composition sets the mood for the shot and tells the story. Compositions can be used to evoke powerful emotional responses in a viewer, a goal for many photographers, but something that is achieved by few.

I have always felt that the best way to improve composition skills is to first learn how to see compositions. Try to see the compositional elements in every photograph you can find. Look at the lines in the image. Do they work together or against each other? How does your eye travel around through the image? Does it flow smoothly from one thing to the next or jump all around in the image? Look for space distribution, color, mood, perspective, depth, light and time of day, shapes, etc. How did the photographer use major components of the image like light and shadow, shape and form, background and foreground?

Below I have created what I call “composition maps.” They are photographs that I have marked in Photoshop highlighting various aspects of the composition. I use them as visual teaching aides to break images down to their basic parts and see the underlying composition. There are many aspects of these photos that could be addressed such as quality and direction of light, patterns and repetition, balance, weight, shape vs. form, negative space, perspective, contrast, etc. The list goes on but there is not enough space to put it in writing here, so I focused on one compositional element for each graphic.

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