14K Two Tone Gold Comfort Fit Band

This 14k two tone gold comfort fit band is casted keeping in mind the ring should be smooth and easy to wear on a daily basis. Wedding bands are usually available in different ring sizes and millimeter widths. This band may also be also available in other metal types such as gold, platinum, titanium, sterling silver, stainless steel and rubber. This 14k two tone gold ring makes a great addition to any jewelry collection and can be worn on different occasions. The gemstone measure is 5 x 4 mm each. The total metal weight of this ring is 8.93 grams. This ring is part of our platinum & gold bands collection of jewelry.

Can’t find the ring size you need? No problem. Contact us at Service@DivaDiamonds.net with the ASIN number found just below this text and we’ll be more than happy to direct you to the ring size you need.

This ring ships with a complimentary jewelry box, certificate of authenticity, and a jewelry polishing cloth. If this ring is not available, you will be contacted within 2 business days with other options.

This is DivaDiamonds item number 5975:141994.
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How to Take Great HDR

HDR photography (High Dynamic Range) is possibly one of the more exciting photography techniques in the world of digital photography. HDR is essentially the merging of a number of different exposures of the same composition, merged in specialist software to one single, high dynamic range image. In simple terms, the camera will see what you or I can see, rather than making the best of a poorly lit scene within a single exposure. One of the most appealing aspects of HDR is the ability, therefore, to take images which instantly stand out from the crowd, be it through stunning contrast, eye-popping colours, or the capturing of tiny details within the image.However, HDR is a technique which is not without its critics. It can make an average shot look like a great one, including those that were poorly conceived in the first place. This is why it has detractors; it is too often akin to hitting the easy button to create a great image.This, though, is not necessarily fair. Most professional photographers will be able to tell great HDR shots from poor HDR shots. The key differentiator is that very often, great HDR does not look like HDR at all! Rather, it will very often look like an extremely well exposed image. Like any image, creating good HDR is not an easy process and is not something that can be created with a few simple clicks in Photoshop. It is something than must be well grounded in the camera itself. Generating great HDR is as much of an art form as any other form of digital photography. Reducing noise, ghosting, and unnecessary highlights requires a skill that rivals another other form of post-processing. Be aware, though, HDR is not a genre within itself. It is a means to an end and should not necessarily be the basis of a great image. That said, follow the steps below and you will begin to be able to compose the scenes you previously felt you did not have the ability to capture.

To begin with, you need a digital camera (probably a DSLR) than can bracket images and with a reasonable frames per second rating. The first thing you are going to do (other than compose the scene, of course) is to decide how many images you need to bracket, i.e. how many differently exposed images you need of the scene. This is how to do it:• Set your camera to Aperture or Manual Priority mode. Without taking this first step, your HDR image will be trash from the outset. All images must use the same aperture, or f-stop. This ensures that all bracketed images have the same depth of focus, an essential aspect of generating HDR;• Set the aperture to between f/9 and f/11. Too large an aperture and the out of focus areas will be very noticeable. Too small an aperture and the limitations of your DSLR will become obvious. Contrary to logical thought, a very small aperture does not necessarily take sharp images – even if they are essentially in focus;• Meter for the highlights. This will require the spot-meter technique to focus on the highlights (e.g., the sky) and stop the shutter speed up or down to ensure the meter reading is in the centre hash mark. Take a note of the shutter speed, as this will become important in the next step;• Meter for the shadows in the same way as you metered for the highlights, and again note the shutter speed. Now compare the shutter speeds for the highlights and the shadows. The number of “stops” between the two values is the number of bracketed images you need!• Next, focus the scene and disable the autofocus: you don’t want the camera doing this for you between shots!

• One of the most important points to remember: Use a tripod with a cable shutter release. Any movement within the camera will be accentuated by the HDR process. It is possible to take good hand-held HDR shots, but in low light it will be next to impossible. Use every tool you have to ensure the camera remains utterly motionless during the shooting.The results should be a great set of RAW images that will form the essential ingredients to creating great HDR. However, the work is not over here. You’ve got to put those ingredients together to come up with the final product. Without a doubt, the best post-processing tool is Photomatix. The noise and ghosting controls (compensation for subject movement, i.e. leaves or minor movement of people in the frame) are second to none, and unfortunately that includes Photoshop. Photomatix is relatively inexpensive, though, and you will be able to get a copy for approx. $150. There is a place for Photoshop though, in particular Adobe Camera Raw. This is where you should perform all of your post-processing touch ups, sharpening, colour balance corrections, etc.

Public Vs Private Clouds

As an alternative to the three tiered classification of cloud based services – Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) – cloud computing can also be classified based upon how the underlying networks are implemented and accessed by the client. The following article provides and overview of the two principle models Public and Private Clouds.These models do not describe strict architectures and so a variety of configurations can be employed to achieve each model of cloud computing. Furthermore, each model can be used to offer each tier of cloud service as mentioned above.Public CloudWhen most people think of cloud computing they think of a typical public cloud model where the services on offer are available to public customers through a public network, usually the internet. The accessibility of this model allows for cloud services to be supplied to a mass market and for the provider to centralise/pool (and share) the physical computing resource they require to offer the services; utilising virtualisation where they need to establish operating environments. As a result, consumers and providers of public cloud services can benefit from considerable economies of scale to reduce their costs as well as sheer scalability to respond to fluctuations in demand.Public cloud services can often be free to the consumer, funded for example by advertising, however where a charge is applied they usually follow a pay as you go (PAYG) type model – that is the consumer is supplied with the computing resource they need as and when they need it and are only charged for what they use. Many of the cloud services that are most familiar to the general consumer, particularly Software as a Service (SaaS) applications such as Google Docs (cloud based ‘office’ applications), Gmail (web based email) or Dropbox (cloud storage), fall under the public cloud model.For some consumers, the mechanisms of the public cloud which bring such cost savings and widespread availability can also bring undesired security vulnerabilities. Although the security of these services is always improving, the fact that data is transferred across public networks and stored on shared physical and/or virtual servers may provide obstacles to some clients using the public cloud for processing sensitive data. Instead they might look towards to private cloud services.Private CloudCloud clients who are handling, processing or storing sensitive data that they need ensure remains private and secure and who want to take advantage of some of the cost, availability and scalability benefits that cloud computing usually offers, can utilise private cloud services as an alternative to the public cloud.The concept of a private cloud is harder to define than that of public cloud and no strict definition really exists. It is best to categorise private clouds by some of the features that they provide and the issues that they address in comparison to public services, such as data security and ownership control (of servers etc), rather than the mechanisms they use. They will of course also display the tell-tale features of cloud computing in general – virtualisation, instantaneous scalability, PAYG charging and automated allocation of resources on demand.The entirety of a private cloud will only be accessible by a single organisation (in contrast to multiple clients using services within the public cloud) and some examples therefore also allow the end user organisation to have control over the management of the cloud network and its set-up so that they can tailor it to their own needs. The flip side of this control however is that some of the cost savings generated by the centralised management of public cloud services will be lost in private clouds. Instead the service becomes closer in structure to a traditional local network based service, but with the benefits of virtualisation mentioned above.The network of servers itself can be hosted internally by the organisation (as required by some regulatory bodies for sensitive data) or externally by a cloud provider (e.g., a Virtual Data Centre, VDC ) but access will be restricted to connections made behind the organisation’s firewall. To provide the security and control private clouds can employ certain characteristics techniques including closed networks of servers (not shared between clients), hosting of servers on site and leased lines to access these networks where they are hosted off site.

Hitachi 10161 8D Round Heavy Duty Hot Dip Galvanized Ring Nail Plastic 2 3/8

“HITACHI” ROUND HEVY DUTY HOT DIP GALVANIZER RING NAIL

Length: 2 3/8″

Finish: Heat dipped Galvanized

For use with: NR83A, NR83A2, NR90AC, NR90AC2 Nailers

Material: Plastic ( Strip )

Shank Diameter: 0.113″

Shank Type: Ring

Full-head stick nails

For the Hitachi NR83A

Nails interchange with Senco®, Duo-Fast, Porter Cable and other full-head nailers

Qty/Box 5M.
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Four Paws Pet Products DFP5002PR Nylon Collar Lead for Pets, 5/8-Inch by 6-Feet, Purple

Four Paws utilizes 100% soft nylon webbing which provides the utmost comfort for pets. All nylon products are carefully and neatly finished for the best look and durability. Measure a true fit. Easy control of pets for the groomer, handler or veterinary w.
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Oakley Warm Up OO9176-01 Round Sunglasses,Polished Black,One size

  • Case Included
  • Lenses are prescription ready (Rx-able)

Oakley Warm Up OO9176-01 Round Sunglasses,Polished Black,One size

Soft curves meet hardcore performance in Oakley Warm Up. Crafted from lightweight O Matter, the smooth round frames are universally flattering. Graceful geometric details at the hinge give Oakley Warm Up the vibe of a cool modern sculpture.

Once again, Oakley elevates performance to an art form. No slip grip via patented Unobtainium nosepads and earpads and an ultra-slim lightweight stem make Warm Up unbelievably comfortable. You’ll dig the unrivaled lens clarity and 100% UV protection of Plutonite lens material that filters out 100% of UVA / UVB / UVC & harmful blue light up to 400nm.

Oakley Warm Up protects your eyes beautifully with options like minimized glare via technology that produces the best polarized lenses on the planet (optional) and Varied field of light transmission (top to bottom) via optional gradient lens shading. Oakley Warm Up is even available with prescription lenses. And they’re designed to withstand the elements with optical precision and impact resistance that meet or exceed Z80.3. Very stylish women’s eyewear case included.

FRAME:

  • Durability and all-day comfort of lightweight, stress-resistant O Matter frame material
  • Comfort and performance of Three-Point Fit that holds lenses in precise optical alignment
  • Patented hydrophilic Unobtainium earpads and nose pads ensure a snug, secure fit
  • Metal icon accents

LENSES:

  • Optical precision and impact resistance meet or exceed Z80.3 optical and basic impact standards
  • UV protection of Plutonite lens material that filters out 100% of UVA / UVB / UVC & harmful blue light up to 400nm
  • Varied field of light transmission (top to bottom) via optional gradient lens shading
  • Available with Oakley prescription lenses

ACCESSORIES:

  • Included: Convenience and styling of exclusive women’s eyewear case

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Angelina Women’s Seamless Racerback Mini/Starter Dress #1028 Black One Size

  • Versatile little mini/starter dress with racerback and patterned sides
  • Seamless microfiber material with great stretchability
  • One size fits up to size 12/14
  • Machine washable ( in laundry bag), line dry. Hand wash for best results and retainability

Angelina Women’s Seamless Racerback Mini/Starter Dress #1028 Black One Size

Seamless material quickly gain popularity due to it’s stretchability and comfort. This racerback mini dress is very versatile and nicely spiced up with patterned (see-through) sides. You may accessorize it with statement neckless and belt, layer it with cardigan or scarf, use it as underbase/starter dress for your costume, or even wear it to bed as pajama. Freely adjust the length of the dress so you can transition from day to night, work to clubbing seamlessly.

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BGSD Women’s Classic Lambskin Leather Pencil Skirt – Black Petite L

  • Front zip closure
  • Two exterior pockets
  • Single vent at back
  • Approx. length: misses 23.5″; petite 22.5″
  • Shell: 100% lamb leather; Lining: 100% polyester

BGSD Women’s Classic Lambskin Leather Pencil Skirt – Black Petite L

A slim classic in soft lambskin leather with waistband and center seam details. Belt loops at waist. Fully lined.

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