Browsing articles from "May, 2012"

Remove EXIF data from image

May 20, 2012   //   by NG   //   Photography Tools  //  1 Comment

While searching for a reliable tool for both mac and windows, found a versatile utility which can help removing exif data from images right away without much hassle,


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May 14, 2012   //   by NG   //   Blog  //  No Comments

How to Automatically Backup your Database

Raynox DCR for 72mm lens

May 14, 2012   //   by NG   //   Photography Gears  //  No Comments
Raynox DCR-5320Pro: This is a native 72mm set of converters with a 2 and a 3 dioptre pair.


The DCR-5320PRO High Definition Macro Conversion lens is particularly designed to use with the high-end digital, film and hi-vision cameras, resulting in a resolution power of 200L/mm at center (MTF 30%) with a low dispersion. With the Macro lens attached on the camera’s lens, it makes possible to approach the object very close for macro shooting. The model consists of two independent lenses, one is with 2-diopter magnification and the other with 3-diopter. It also makes a 5-diopter lens by coupling the both lenses together. Taking advantage of using in three ways, you can shoot the object at the distances of either 50cm or 30cm or 17cm, depending upon the nature of a subject. All lens glass elements are fully coated for the maximum light transmits and fine image quality.

Extend your Wi-Fi Router range: Using home made Parabolic Reflectors!

May 14, 2012   //   by NG   //   Ideas that works!  //  1 Comment

You might have thought of buying multiple Wi-fi routers and then putting them altogether in multiplier mode to just get range extended by few meters to cover your big house or a building, here below I came across few great articles which helped me to build my own reflector which saved me cost of buying multiple Routers, I just used my existing router, made the parabolas and got range extended to zones where signals were not reaching previously. Making reflectors is just a work of few minutes and you are done!


CloudFlare issue: I keep seeing My Site is Offline!

May 14, 2012   //   by NG   //   Webhosting Tips  //  No Comments

First of all what is CloudFlare, CloudFlare protects and accelerates any website online; you can manage your DNS settings at one place and block threats and abusive crawlers. It’s tag line is “Give us 5 minutes and we will SUPERCHARGE your website”

I am using free plan and it supports cloudflare, after configuring cloudflare I keep on seeing “My Site is offline” error messages, most of the time it is genuine case as server is down but in few cases it is false alert as well, I search clouflare wiki and found soem useful article hope those can solve your purpose as well.


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