The Chidori (千鳥, lit. “One Thousand Birds”) was created by Kakahi Hatake during his childhood, gaining its name when the channeling of strong lightning-based chakra in one’s hand produces a sound reminiscent of chirping birds. Once enough lightning-chakra has been collected, the user rushes at their target and thrusts the Chidori into it; the speed of the attack and the amount of chakra used enable the user to penetrate most defenses easily. During Kakashi Gaiden, a short flashback to Kakashi’s childhood that divides Part I and II of the series, the Chidori is revealed to cause a tunnel vision effect because of the speeds at which the user moves, leaving them vulnerable to a counterattack. Because of this disability, only ninja with a Sharingan eye can use the Chidori effectively, as the Sharingan’s ability to notice even the slightest details counteracts the tunnel vision. As a result, Kakashi is able to teach the Chidori to Sasuke Uchiha during Part I.
Designing maps involves a great deal of technique and precision. Though nowadays programs largely automate this century-old craft, keeping a well-organized Illustrator workspace will increase your efficiency. Jump past the break to see the four tricks that will streamline your workflow.
Shooting in direct sunlight can lead to images that have high contrast, blown out highlights, lens flare and colors that might even look overly saturated. If you’re shooting portraits they can also lead to the ‘squint factor’.
So what’s a photographer to do?
See here the eleven quick and simple tips at combating the problems that bright sunlight might bring when shooting outdoors.
In class we learned about many different ways to take portraits. These portraits were quite interesting, and I think some of the techniques are techniques I would want to use. Of the 10, my favorite 5 were altering perspective, avoiding eye contact, using light, incorporating props, and breaking the rules of composition. These are not the typical ways to take a portrait and are quite unique and interesting. I look forward to taking photos in this style.
next story from math (might be the last..but probably not, suck it up). Poe and I were exchanging post it notes, I gave her a few techniques on how to memorize things using sharpies and post it notes, so shes trying out my method, hopefully it works for her like it did for me. I say to her and Joe: I cant ever find big blue post it notes anywhere. Just orange and pink (which I do not like much) and yellow. Joe: I have big blue post it notes! Me: WHERE. Where can you buy them? Joe: I get them for free in the supply closet. Me: can we trade some? ill give you yellow, pink and orange for blue. Joe: No. Me: cannnn I buy some from you? Joe: I am pretty sure that is illegal…. Me: hey, its only illegal if you get caught! you probably think im a big time criminal for saying that….. Joe: nah!
Lots of people all over the world suffer from extra weight. It is getting a serious complication as excess weight does not only make peoples lives more difficult and affects their self-esteem, but it has a negative impact on their health. It was scientifically proved that sometimes overweight may become a cause for death. According to the statistics, 64 per cent of people in America have extra weight.
What is the correct technique to perform a Pak skill? Like, should your back be arched or straight? Or is that irrelevant as long as the form is good?
The code describes the pak salto as a stretched salto between bars. And it also says that in stretched elements a slight arched body position is acceptable. So, a slightly arched pak salto is done with correct tecnique.
But an over-arched pak salto like Nastia’s is not done with correct technique, like, this is wrong and scary.
Btw if anyone has thepushyqueenofsluttown’s post about the correct techinique on paks could you please link it? I think it would be very useful to the anon and I can’t find it
~There’s often this question of how did the ancient greeks first obtained their techiniques so to move on to more elaborate forms of art. The experts attempting to answer the riddle follow two hermeneutic ways, the first one accepting direct influences from Egypt and the Near East when it comes to the matters of technique. The second and less popular opinion declares that the ancient greek art evolved by itself from the small-scale works of art to the larger ones. This opinion is based on the fact that the first greek works of arts display in abundance geometrical forms and shapes while the egyptian works of art of the same period show a mild naturalism and that’s quite an obvious contrast. Truth is that still nowdays no one can answer without hesitation and with clear arguments what’s the exact origin of ancient greek art…the mystery lives on.~
The Peplos Kore (Πέπλος Κόρη) or Peplophoros (Πεπλοφόρος) , c. 530 BC, Acropolis Museum, Athens.
His but I’m using it right now. Definitely prefere this over the BeoPlay H8. Bose still has the best noise cancellation techinique and the tonal of classical music is unique. H8 has a nice design but I prefere understatement. I should get myself one. #tekki #gadgets #boseqc25 #boseheadphones #musiclover #bose #iphoneography #igersdaily #igersberlin #igersmusic #instagood #instagramberlin #berlin #vsco #vscoph #vscohub #vscoberlin #vscomusic by nya_11
is a biografical film directed by Shekhar Kapur and key actors are Cate
Blanchett, in the role of Queen Elizabeth I, Giaffrey Rush, Joseph Fiennes,
John Gielgud, Christopher Eccleston, Richard Attenboraugh, Kenny Daughty.
Watching this film I have thought that Elizabeth I was a strong and brave
female and under her power England became one of the most important country of
death of Mary I, the power of England was taken by Elizabeth I, even if she was
accused of conspiracy to murder Mary I. She gave support to the church of
England and she won against Spanish Armada, she didn’t marry, even though she
loved Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, and some people ( such as Thomas
Howard, Mary, Queen of Scots and Mary of Guise) tried to kill her but they
Actorts in this fiim portrayed characters roles very well and fulfilled my expectation given by history book. There weren’t particular film techiniques because this is an history, biographical film so it doesn’t need particular techiniques.
The music is suitable infact in some scenes there were popular music in that historical period. The film represents the story in a good way and there are also specifical symbols and things, for example papal stamp. dresses, ships,….
According to me every people should watch this film because it’s an opportunity to learn history but in a different way, but also because in this way people could improve their knowledge about this historical period and events but for me people should know a bit about it at least.