Pictures of me in costume and my props taken in 2019 (7 pictures)

This album contains pictures of me in costume and my props taken in 2019.

The copyright owner on these pictures is either Michael Meissner or Arisia photo booth. Please direct any comments about this web page to mrmweb@the-meissners.org.

Michael Meissner's home page is at http://www.the-meissners.org, his Renaissance Faire/SF convention links are at http://www.the-meissners.org/ren.html, his digital camera links are at http://www.the-meissners.org/camera.html, his calendar links are at http://www.the-meissners.org/calendar.html, and the head of these photo albums is at http://www.the-meissners.org/photo.html.

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This page lists pictures with thumbnails listed from newest to oldest. If you want to view the pictures with thumbnails classified by grouping like subjects together, click here. If you want to view the pictures without thumbnails, click here.

Picture #1: Arisia photo booth picture of me with my book camera #2
Arisia photo booth picture of me with my book camera #2
800x623, 78,041 bytes (77K), (html file)
Copyright, Arisia photo booth 2016, All rights reserved
SAMSUNG WB1100F
f/3.3, ISO 200, 1/10 sec, 7.6mm, auto mode, sunny, multispot metering, bias -1.0, +1 sharpening
35mm equivalent focal length 42.3mm
Programs used: gimp
Taken on January 21, 2019 10:00:00
Last modified on January 23, 2019 at 10:58
Image stabilization might be needed to avoid camera shake at 1/10 sec
Picture #2: Arisia photo booth picture of me with my book camera
Arisia photo booth picture of me with my book camera
800x823, 105,966 bytes (104K), (html file)
Copyright, Arisia photo booth 2016, All rights reserved
SAMSUNG WB1100F
f/3.3, ISO 200, 1/11 sec, 7.6mm, auto mode, sunny, multispot metering, bias -1.0, +1 sharpening
35mm equivalent focal length 42.3mm
Programs used: gimp
Taken on January 21, 2019 10:00:00
Last modified on January 23, 2019 at 10:58
Image stabilization might be needed to avoid camera shake at 1/11 sec
Picture #3: Arisia photo booth picture of me with my steampunk camera #2
Arisia photo booth picture of me with my steampunk camera #2
768x599, 73,742 bytes (73K), (html file)
Copyright, Arisia photo booth 2016, All rights reserved
SAMSUNG WB1100F
f/3.4, ISO 200, 1/11 sec, 8.2mm, auto mode, sunny, multispot metering, bias -1.0, +1 sharpening
35mm equivalent focal length 46.0mm
Programs used: gimp
Taken on January 19, 2019 12:00:00
Last modified on January 23, 2019 at 10:57
Image stabilization might be needed to avoid camera shake at 1/11 sec
Picture #4: Arisia photo booth picture of me with my steampunk camera
Arisia photo booth picture of me with my steampunk camera
800x823, 81,061 bytes (80K), (html file)
Copyright, Arisia photo booth 2016, All rights reserved
SAMSUNG WB1100F
f/3.4, ISO 200, 1/12 sec, 8.2mm, auto mode, sunny, multispot metering, bias -1.0, +1 sharpening
35mm equivalent focal length 46.0mm
Programs used: gimp
Taken on January 19, 2019 12:00:00
Last modified on January 23, 2019 at 10:57
Image stabilization might be needed to avoid camera shake at 1/12 sec
Picture #5: Uncanny eyes pumpkin with Lucas the spider
Uncanny eyes pumpkin with Lucas the spider
900x698, 120,855 bytes (119K), (html file)
Copyright, Michael Meissner 2019, All rights reserved
Olympus Stylus-1 camera
f/2.8, ISO 400, flash (+0.33 flash compensation), 1/50 sec, 12.0mm, auto mode, vivid color, SHQ, matrix metering, image stabilization (mode 4), auto
35mm equivalent focal length 57.0mm
Programs used: crop, raw therapee
Taken by Michael Meissner on January 23, 2019 09:48:03
Last modified on January 23, 2019 at 10:16
Picture #6: Distended uncanny pumpkin eyes
Distended uncanny pumpkin eyes
900x698, 97,591 bytes (96K), (html file)
Copyright, Michael Meissner 2019, All rights reserved
Olympus Stylus-1 camera
f/2.8, ISO 400, flash (+0.33 flash compensation), 1/40 sec, 8.1mm, auto mode, vivid color, SHQ, matrix metering, image stabilization (mode 4), auto
35mm equivalent focal length 38.0mm
Programs used: crop, raw therapee
Taken by Michael Meissner on January 23, 2019 09:06:16
Last modified on January 23, 2019 at 10:02
I brought my Halloween prop that uses the Teensy uncanny eyes program to the Arisia science fiction convention. When I brought it home, the eyes had popped out, and I liked the image.
Picture #7: Nutso the squirrel, Snap the dragon, and my LED bowtie
Nutso the squirrel, Snap the dragon, and my LED bowtie
900x698, 122,420 bytes (120K), (html file)
Copyright, Michael Meissner 2019, All rights reserved
Olympus Stylus-1 camera
f/2.8, ISO 400, flash (+0.33 flash compensation), 1/50 sec, 10.8mm, auto mode, vivid color, SHQ, matrix metering, image stabilization (mode 4), auto
35mm equivalent focal length 50.0mm
Programs used: crop, raw therapee
Taken by Michael Meissner on January 22, 2019 01:15:33
Last modified on January 23, 2019 at 09:56

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