1. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Performing Arts Ministry of Science

    I went for the first time to see the Ministry of Science, it was a work related trip and I did not know what to expect: But I was positively delighted to see that it was a Science Show with cooks experiments. The theatre was jam packed with parents and kids from 4 year old to teens, the...
  2. I

    Micro 4/3 I made a software to find settings that match the JPEG output between cameras

    And I used it to replicate some of Fujifilm's film simulations on the Olympus Pen-F. The Pen-F is quite unique (along with its younger sister, the E-P7) in that it allows a lot of control over JPEG output in-camera. It's the only camera that I know of, besides smartphones and phone-camera...
  3. Kevin

    For the science crew ... Is potassium gluconate flammable? 🔥🤔

    Well, here's a strange question, hopefully we have some science knowledgeable members. 😊 If a potassium gluconate tablet was split in half and accidentally ended up in the inner workings of a Keurig coffee maker, twice, is there any risk of it igniting 🔥 considering the main ingredient of...
  4. M

    Micro 4/3 Color "Science"

    Interesting read ... personally used C1 for my Sony RAW and now OM-1 RAW processing.
  5. Darmok N Jalad

    Stroll Union Station

    I don’t get to shoot architecture much, but knowing where I was headed, I grabbed the EM1 and the 9-18 as my solo lens for the trip. Featured is Union Station in Kansas City, MO (USA), which was the once the big hub when ”by train” was the primary long-distance travel option, apparently the 3rd...
  6. drd1135

    Daily Challenge Nice article on the science of color vision.
  7. Kevin

    The science behind photographing "Super Moon" shots by XKCD

    The odds are good that while some of our Cameraderie members may not know the name Randall Munroe they likely know his creation, the comics of XKCD. XKCD combines humor with science sprinkled with social commentary. The official description is "A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and...