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After a long time went for a shoot yesterday night. Shot this before my battery pack gave way... haha..


Hope you had a great weekend.


Have a great week ahead.


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Bhai kuch nahin mila to yeh explore hi ho gayi. Hadd hai yeh to matlab. Bah!

This work was created using Matlab.

I wrote a Matlab script to download 1000 photos in sequence from a webcam at regular intervals, then added some sounds and music (from an execution with no copyrights).


Best seen full size and with the best audio you have (headphones?).


Thanks for watching.

Une vie de chien...

MGB Roadster (I think)

Digital slit photography from video (slowed down x20 with Twixtor).

Made with a program in Matlab.

Women in a boat in the delta near Matlab in the Bangladeshi delta.

Matlab, Chandpur, 2013


When you are happy from inside, u give your best smile....

Pythagoras tree with random angle flipped on each level.


Generated in MATLAB and rendered in SunFlow.

Aj kal is kadar mengai main ye friut ek khawab hota ja raha hey ....

kas toor per ramadan main tu bus .....


A woman mat maker in a village near Matlab in the Bangladeshi delta.

A. K. Azad's Photography by Crysis Rubel


“Star Trail with Famous Minara Mosque”

Location: Begumpur, Matlab North, Chandpur

Time: 1 AM to 1:30 AM

Exif – 30 Secs, f/4, ISO 4000, 17mm (50 Shots)


Tips for Star Trail Photography –

-Find a location as far as possible from city lights.

-Get a sturdy tripod.

-Always keep the focusing mode in manual.

-To get a bluer tone of sky keep white balance in Tungsten Mode or set Kelvin Value (Light Temperature) around 3000.

-Keep ISO level as low as possible to get rid of from noise.

-50 Photos of each 30 Seconds Exposure are enough to get a nice trail if stars are clearly visible.

-For a concentric or cyclic star trail consider the north star while framing (I kept the North Star in left).

-North Star is the brightest star in the northern horizon which doesn’t move.

-Keep a subject in foreground for better framing (I kept the Minara Mosque in right side).

-If there is not enough light in the foreground subject, lighten up the subject with a torch or external flash in the final image. And change the white balance to Daylight for the final image.


Post Processing Techniques –

-Open all the images in Adobe Bridge

-Select them all, then go to Tools>Photoshop>Load files in Photoshop Layers

-Select all the layers in Photoshop Layers Palette

-Then Select the blending mode for “Lighten”

-Remove air plane trails from specific layer/image by “Masking”

-Merge all the visible layers (Shift+Ctrl+E) in Photoshop.

-As long exposures with a higher ISO tends to generate noise, use noise reduction plug-ins (I used noise-ninja)

-Stars are the Brightest Pixel in the image and sky contains dark pixels. To select only dark pixels use the “Channels” Palette in Photoshop. Then apply noise reduction plug-ins in to that area only. It will keep your trail unaffected.

-To increase sharpness in the final image I used “High-Pass” filter in Photoshop

Gross cell product converted into PPP. Data from the G-Econ project


Rendered using Matlab and PovRay.

So you might say "NYC, nice shot, but, pfff ..., nothing special!".

Wait a minute, wait a minute ..., you know that you can expect more in this stream! :-)

This is my first homebrewn DIY raw conversion, and so it makes me a bit proud. Almost like in the old darkroom days ....





command line tool unprocessed_raw.exe:

This delivers the Raw data in a TIFF container



data shifting 12 bit to 16 bit

demosaicing using bilinear interpolation


3. Photoshop

gamma correction

white balance


That's it :-))

But to be honest: it is quite some work and this really needs some time ....


Part of the "seahorse valley" of the Mandelbrot set, colored based on orbit.

Puzzle piece image mapped around the Mandelbrot set. Note the double nubbin shape at the inner edge, which shows that this is really a tiling of a hyperbolic space (topologically the dual of the semiregular tiling). I think that it can be proven that each piece is unique, and hence one could assemble the (infinite) set of uncolored pieces into R2 minus M in just one way (up to symmetry).

Part of the "seahorse valley" of the Mandelbrot set, colored based on orbit.

Population density. Data from the G-Econ project


Rendered using Matlab and PovRay.

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I posted a shot from the end of an evening shoot at Panther Beach, and I mentioned there was rain. I also mentioned how the light was good when it was raining, but I was watching from underneath an overhang in the cliff.


I did manage to grab a few shots, and this is one of them. Due to the extreme dynamic range in the scene, I did blend a couple bracketed exposures to help even the light. And overall, I wish I could've gotten closer to some action. This shot feels somewhat "sheltered", but that's how it was during the shoot. The biggest sets of waves would wash up around the foreground of this shot, but only once every 2-3 minutes. Everytime the rain stopped, the waves never got this high. And minutes later, the sun disappeared, as it does every day.


What was most fun about this shot, was relying on my observations about the dramatically changing conditions. There was rain. I studied the passing clouds, anticipating a break in the action. From the shelter of my cave, I noticed how many of my footprints in the sand leading to where I wanted to shoot were being washed away by waves. This provided me with an idea of how often the waves came up that high. I also paid close attention to my footprints directly in front of the cave, making sure the waves didn't force me out into the rain. Fun stuff!


Still, I liked all the texture in the rocks here, the stormy clouds, and the sun bursting through. Hope you do as well.


Nikon D300

Tokina 11-16mm @ 11mm

3 exposure blend @ f14, ISO 160

B+W Polarizer

Lee .9 Soft and .6 Hard Stop ND Grad Filters

Chasing close to Howrah Rajdhani GZB WAP7 #30247 showed up passing through Allahabad with 2313 Sealdah-New Delhi Rajdhani Express. It was also running 4 hrs 10 minutes late.I think that sealdah raj is made to wait at ALD or before ALD to cross the junction.Matlab kuch bhi hojaye par isse HWH Raj ke peeche hi chalna hai

The result of iterating z_{n+1}=exp(i*0.021)*z_n/(1+z_n^3) in the complex plane. Hue determined by the complex angle, brightness by magnitude.

دانلود رایگان پروژه الگوریتم بهینه سازی عنکبوت اجتماعی SSA – SSO با MATLAB

در این پست دانلود رایگان پروژه الگوریتم بهینه سازی عنکبوت اجتماعی SSA با متلب را به همراه مقاله و پاورپوینت آماده کرده ایم که امیدواریم مورد استفاده شما عزیز قرار گیرد.

الگوریتم بهینه سازی عنکبوت اجتماعی یا SSA R...

A young woman and children in a village near Matlab in the Bangladeshi delta.

Zooms of the Mandelbrot set around a point projected so that the distance to the point forms a logarithmic scale. Details on the left edge are ~10^15 times smaller than on the right edge.


The rightmost black blob in the pictures is the main "continent" of the set. Satelite sets of different sizes can be seen linked by fractal chains of varying complexity.


The colors are set using the distance estimator method.

Matlab graph of Baumgartner's position vs time

Meaning of defeatist in Hindi



पराजयवादी→defeatist निराशावादी→defeatist निराशात्मक→defeatist,pessimistic

Definition of defeatist

a person who expects or is excessively ready to accept failure.


Example Sentences of defeatist coming soon


Meaning of defeatist matlab, meaning defeatist hindi, synonyms defeatist hindi

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Simple visualisation of the Game of Life, where living cells are placed as spheres in a spacetime diagram. The color depends on the time the cell has been alive and the number of neighbours.


Rendered in PovRay.

A Matlab boy swimming in a river arm of the delta next to drying fishnets.

8 images stacked with my own Matlab stacker.

Individual shots were slightly under exposed, but adding them up and averaging them worked well.

8 times 30s = 4min exposure

A traditional seahorse valley fractal, c=-.7459+0.1i

The result of iterating z_{n+1}=2*exp(i/2)*z_n/(1+z_n^3) in the complex plane. Hue determined by the complex angle, brightness by magnitude.

People in a hamlet near Matlab in the Bangladeshi delta.

MATLAB Handle Graphics

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