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Why Most Energy Saver Fail
« on: September 21, 2023, 04:26:05 am »
But a year ago you installed one of Tesla's new Powerwalls, a rechargeable lithium ion battery that you've combined with a 5kWp solar array, SolarEdge inverter, and Reposit monitoring system. The Ioniq Hybrid hatchback pairs a 43-hp (32-kilowatt) electric motor and a 1.56-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion-polymer battery with a 104-hp, 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine. But for Elon Musk, this was more than just an invention to fight back against the greedy electric companies. With more complex subjects, such as trying to tame two similar but slightly off leading lines in a photo, Lightroom has the guided transform feature. Camera Calibration → Profile: The profile determines how Lightroom processes the RAW and serves as a basis for all your adjustments. I believe the goal from camera manufacturers is to have the profile mimic the camera's own creative style settings had you had any enabled and shot a JPG; those settings don't affect the actual RAW. Or if I wanted to adjust the luminance of blue to make a body of water darker or brighter to maybe compensate for other adjustments that may have made it appear a bit off. While I can't avoid that, I aimed to provide enough information about my reasoning for why I chose certain parts or how I configured things so that this post may still be helpful a year or three down the line.
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