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Le Carrousel – Pinhole Origami camera 135 – DIY

Le Carrousel - Pinhole  Origami camera 135 - DIY

The Carousel en Villeurbanne near Lyon – France

Le manège à Villeurbanne

————– Infos————————–
Film lomogrphy 100 iso – 7 sec

Pinhole camera Caractériques :
format 135 – pinhole 0.21mm – F119, focale 21 mm, angle de vue 119° , négatif : sprocket hole 70x35mm

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diy pallet furniture

diy pallet furniture

more pallet stuff

stay a while, see france!

furniture made from reclaimed pallet wood
Upcycling is the process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality or a higher environmental value.
The first recorded use of the term upcycling was by Reiner Pilz of Pilz GmbH in an interview by Thornton Kay of Salvo in 1994.[1]
We talked about the impending EU Demolition Waste Streams directive. "Recycling," he said, "I call it downcycling. They smash bricks, they smash everything. What we need is upcycling where old products are given more value not less." He despairs of the German situation and recalls the supply of a large quantity of reclaimed woodblock from an English supplier for a contract in Nuremberg while just down the road a load of similar blocks was scrapped. In the road outside his premises, was the result of the Germans’ demolition waste recycling. It was a pinky looking aggregate with pieces of handmade brick, old tiles and discernible parts of useful old items mixed with crushed concrete. Is this the future for Europe?

Tagged: , upcycling , upcycle , recycle , pallet , euro pallet , reuse , diy , france

diy pallet furniture

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furniture made from reclaimed pallet wood
Upcycling is the process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality or a higher environmental value.
The first recorded use of the term upcycling was by Reiner Pilz of Pilz GmbH in an interview by Thornton Kay of Salvo in 1994.[1]
We talked about the impending EU Demolition Waste Streams directive. "Recycling," he said, "I call it downcycling. They smash bricks, they smash everything. What we need is upcycling where old products are given more value not less." He despairs of the German situation and recalls the supply of a large quantity of reclaimed woodblock from an English supplier for a contract in Nuremberg while just down the road a load of similar blocks was scrapped. In the road outside his premises, was the result of the Germans’ demolition waste recycling. It was a pinky looking aggregate with pieces of handmade brick, old tiles and discernible parts of useful old items mixed with crushed concrete. Is this the future for Europe?

Tagged: , upcycling , upcycle , recycle , pallet , euro pallet , reuse , diy , france

diy pallet furniture

diy pallet furniture

more

find more here!

furniture made from reclaimed pallet wood
Upcycling is the process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality or a higher environmental value.
The first recorded use of the term upcycling was by Reiner Pilz of Pilz GmbH in an interview by Thornton Kay of Salvo in 1994.[1]
We talked about the impending EU Demolition Waste Streams directive. "Recycling," he said, "I call it downcycling. They smash bricks, they smash everything. What we need is upcycling where old products are given more value not less." He despairs of the German situation and recalls the supply of a large quantity of reclaimed woodblock from an English supplier for a contract in Nuremberg while just down the road a load of similar blocks was scrapped. In the road outside his premises, was the result of the Germans’ demolition waste recycling. It was a pinky looking aggregate with pieces of handmade brick, old tiles and discernible parts of useful old items mixed with crushed concrete. Is this the future for Europe?

Tagged: , upcycling , upcycle , recycle , pallet , euro pallet , reuse , diy , france

diy pallet furniture

diy pallet furniture

more

find more here!

furniture made from reclaimed pallet wood
Upcycling is the process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality or a higher environmental value.
The first recorded use of the term upcycling was by Reiner Pilz of Pilz GmbH in an interview by Thornton Kay of Salvo in 1994.[1]
We talked about the impending EU Demolition Waste Streams directive. "Recycling," he said, "I call it downcycling. They smash bricks, they smash everything. What we need is upcycling where old products are given more value not less." He despairs of the German situation and recalls the supply of a large quantity of reclaimed woodblock from an English supplier for a contract in Nuremberg while just down the road a load of similar blocks was scrapped. In the road outside his premises, was the result of the Germans’ demolition waste recycling. It was a pinky looking aggregate with pieces of handmade brick, old tiles and discernible parts of useful old items mixed with crushed concrete. Is this the future for Europe?

Tagged: , upcycling , upcycle , recycle , pallet , euro pallet , reuse , diy , france

diy pallet furniture DIY Bathroom

diy pallet furniture

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furniture made from reclaimed pallet wood
Upcycling is the process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality or a higher environmental value.
The first recorded use of the term upcycling was by Reiner Pilz of Pilz GmbH in an interview by Thornton Kay of Salvo in 1994.[1]
We talked about the impending EU Demolition Waste Streams directive. "Recycling," he said, "I call it downcycling. They smash bricks, they smash everything. What we need is upcycling where old products are given more value not less." He despairs of the German situation and recalls the supply of a large quantity of reclaimed woodblock from an English supplier for a contract in Nuremberg while just down the road a load of similar blocks was scrapped. In the road outside his premises, was the result of the Germans’ demolition waste recycling. It was a pinky looking aggregate with pieces of handmade brick, old tiles and discernible parts of useful old items mixed with crushed concrete. Is this the future for Europe?

Tagged: , upcycling , upcycle , recycle , pallet , euro pallet , reuse , diy , france

Filtre ND pas cher avec un welding glass monté sur un Canon EOS 60D – Bricolage – DIY

Filtre ND pas cher avec un  welding glass monté  sur un  Canon EOS 60D - Bricolage - DIY

Utilisation d’un verre de protection comme filtre (ND) de densité neutre, (pas si neutre que ça) utilisé normalement dans des casque de protection pour la soudure à l’arc.

Ou le trouver:
Sur ebay tapez : " Welding glass " le filtre coût environ 1,5€ + le port 1,8€ environ c’est en £ que je l’ai acheté. j ai pris un "grade 10", mais le grade 11 marche aussi bien.

Préparation:
– je conseil de mettre du ruban adhésif , attention le verre est coupant, c’est pas bon pour les élastiques!

Accessoires:
– Elastiques : j ai pris des élastique (long) à cheveux
– trépied: indispensable de rester biens stable!
– télécommande filaire ou sans fil, le mieux étant un trimer intégré à la télécommande
– Objectif grand angle: qui à mise au point interne, qui ne s’allonge pas lors du réglage de la mise au point.

Réglage:
– monter les élastiques
– ISO : bas , par exemple 100 affin d’avoir un bon temps de pause et surtout de ne pas avoir les dégradation de qualité du à la monté dans la sensibilité du capteur.
– MODE: se mettre sur "bulb"
– DIAPHRAGME: Fermer le, suivant le temps de pause désiré par ex f 20 pour 3:30 minutes en plein jour avec soleil (bien sur faire des essais) – le diagramme déterminera notre temps de pause
– LA VISÉE rester très aléatoire, on ne voie plus dans le viseur si on à monté le filtre, mais comme vous travaillez normalement au grand angle… par contre s’aider d’un niveau à bulle ou de celui intégré au boitier est un plus..
-Mise au point manuel sur l’objectif, (on à un grande profondeur de champ à f20)

le set Welding glass DIY filter www.flickr.com/photos/ckwww/sets/72157626763156678/
# Welding glass as a filter ND whith Canon EOS 60D in french

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