The Fixer

Pic Via : Esteemology

Black and White Negative Processing

Said Nancy “Just saw the ‘All White’ photos in my collection … What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.”

“but ‘That Capture’ makes it possible to reproduce feeling and emotion over and over again” said The T

A cruise ship was about to sink.

The people looked amongst themselves for someone to pray but no one wanted to as everyone was nervous.

With tears in his eyes the ship captain suddenly spotted the janitors, he pointed his finger at her and said; ” Will You Pray for us?”

Scared and afraid of dying too the lady agreed and started her prayer with confidence;

“Lord, as I was boarding this ship it said ‘Passengers Only’…. When I wanted to use the bathroom the sign said ‘Passengers Only’…..when I went to the tables for dinner it said ‘PASSENGERS ONLY’…… So Lord as this ship is about to sink, I pray that you take ‘

‘PASSENGERS ONLY’ “AMEN”.

She said out loud

Can I have a cigarette ?” She lit the cigarette and drank his beer and said “we are just ‘Passengers’ I carry no baggage with me shall we go ?” 

The Difference Between Professional and Legal

0. Photograph Film 

1. Exposure 

2. Developer Bath

3. Stop Bath

4. Fixer Bath

5. Washing

6. Drying 

Step 0 to 1 is Exposure Process

Step 2 to 4 is Chemical Process

Step 5 to 6 is Refreshment Process 

Emphasis on STEP 4

4. The fixer makes the image permanent and light-resistant by dissolving remaining silver halide. A common fixer is hypothetical.

What if … ifs & buts are like Alef bet means “learn understanding.” (Alef means learn; bina means understanding.)

A hypothetical reasonings we feed ourselves. Sometimes an overextended thought process of wasting energy on the wrong things, especially, when it can not solve the problem today!

However conditions and objections of ifs and or buts are like Gimmel daled meaning “give generously to the poor.” (Gemol means to give generously; dalim translates to poor people).

It is essentially important to note because we have No reservations, no restrictions, or excuses to lend to anyone any more. We live and do for the United Nations.

The first step is to learn to understand. And then, as soon as you learn to understand, what’s the first thing you will do? Acts of kindness.

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HTTP status codes and search engines

A search engine constantly verifies whether content it’s linking to still exist and hasn’t changed. It verifies two things:

  1. is the content still being served with the correct HTTP status code (HTTP 200);
  2. is it still the same content.

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Or an Alternate 404 Page 

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A landing page is basically meant to represent a scenario in which the visitor comes to your website and lands on that specific page – effectively making it the entry point to your website. Giving you 3 to 4 Options

The goal here is to take that new visitor and immediately put them through some marketing process on your site, as opposed to letting them wander around, looking for something to do. See more here 

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A false positive error, or a “false alarm”, is a result that indicates a given condition has been fulfilled, when it has not. I.e. erroneously a positive effect has been assumed. 
A false positive error is a type I error where the test is checking a single condition, and results in an affirmative or negative decision usually designated as “true or false”.
A false negative error, is where a test result indicates that a condition failed, while it was successful. I.e. erroneously no effect has been assumed. 
A false negative error is a type II error occurring in test steps where a single condition is checked for and the result can either be positive or negative.

Statistical test theory

If the result of the test does not correspond with reality, then an error has occurred. Due to the statistical nature of a test, the result is never, except in very rare cases, free of error. Two types of error are distinguished: type I error and type II error.

A type I error occurs when the hypothesis is true, but is rejected. It is asserting something that is absent, a false hit. A type I error may be likened to a so-called false positive (a result that indicates that a given condition is present when it actually is not present).
The eror rate or significance level is the probability of rejecting the hypothesis given that it is true. It is denoted by the Greek letter α (alpha) and is also called the alpha level. 

Often, the significance level is set to 0.05 (5%), implying that it is acceptable to have a 5% probability of incorrectly rejecting hypothesis.

A type II error occurs when the hypothesis is false, but erroneously fails to be rejected. It is failing to assert what is present, a miss. A type II error may be compared with a so-called false negative (where an actual ‘hit’ was disregarded by the test and seen as a ‘miss’) in a test checking for a single condition with a definitive result of true or false. A Type II error is committed when we fail to believe a truth. In terms of folk tales, an investigator may fail to see the wolf (“failing to raise an alarm”). Again, no wolf.

The rate of the type II error is denoted by the Greek letter β (beta) and related to the power of a test (which equals 1−β). 

Example 1

A type I error occurs when detecting an effect (adding water to toothpaste protects against cavities) that is not present. The hypothesis is true but is rejected based on bad experimental data.

Example 2

This hypothesis is tested against experimental data with a view to nullifying it with evidence to the contrary.

A type II error occurs when failing to detect an effect present. The hypothesis is false but the experimental data is such that the hypothesis cannot be rejected.

Example 3

A type I error occurs when convicting an innocent person (a miscarriage of justice). 

A type II error occurs when letting a guilty person go free (an error of impunity).

A positive correct outcome occurs when convicting a guilty person. A negative correct outcome occurs when letting an innocent person go free.

Example 4

A Type I error would falsely indicate that treatment A is more effective than the placebo, whereas a Type II error would be a failure to demonstrate that treatment A is more effective than placebo even though it actually is more effective.

They identified “two sources of error”, namely:

(a) the error of rejecting a hypothesis that should have been accepted.

(b) the error of accepting a hypothesis that should have been rejected. 

And elaborated 

…in testing hypotheses two considerations must be kept in view, (1) we must be able to reduce the chance of rejecting a true hypothesis to as low a value as desired; 

(2) the test must be so devised that it will reject the hypothesis tested when it is likely to be false

…[and] these errors will be of two kinds:

we reject when it is true.

we accept when some alternative hypothesis is true. 

What if … ifs & buts are like Alef bet means “learn understanding.” (Alef means learn; bina means understanding.)

A hypothetical reasonings we feed ourselves. Sometimes an overextended thought process of wasting energy on the wrong things, especially, when it can not solve the problem today!

However conditions and objections of ifs and or buts are like Gimmel daled meaning “give generously to the poor.” (Gemol means to give generously; dalim translates to poor people).

It is essentially important to note because we have No reservations, no restrictions, or excuses to lend to anyone any more. We live and do for the United Nations.

The first step is to learn to understand. And then, as soon as you learn to understand, what’s the first thing you will do? Acts of kindness.


Her life shall never be in the hands of another to Toy with. Her security comes as 1st Priority. 

~Tysilyn

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