Month: February 2013

Thermographic Cameras

When working in industrial environments and especially in tasks that have to do with the measurement, it is very important that you rodees the best both human and technical team. For this reason, the latest technological developments in the market are that you must have in your arsenal. Every day industrial measurement products are best, wherever you go to those who really deliver maximum quality. The functionality of cameras Thermographic Thermographic cameras, or by infrared or infrared imagers are the first defense in terms of providing preventive or predictive maintenance. The latest models that are on the market offer extra functionality and much higher when using their benefits. In order to achieve better images, the new Thermographic cameras are specially designed to work in industrial environments with a versatility much higher than previous models.

They offer a much sharper images thanks to its higher resolution infrared and one high definition screen. In this way, you can detect a potential problem before it appears. New features also in quality electric power quality Analyzer Analyzer is another of the instruments that also includes increased functionality. It’s a very complete tool specific to the solution of problems that can arise in three phase systems. Vibration Analyzer measures almost each of the parameters of the electrical system. Also, capture interruptions, transient, fluctuations and rapid voltage changes. Registers all the data you need, so you won’t miss any detail.

Eastman Kodak Company

There are images that will transport you to other lives elsewhere, to other souls even photographs that transfer you the feeling of the moment in which they were taken, as if while the sights were aware of belonging to that common story that we all share and something you removiese you on the inside that is precisely what happens when you look at the photographic archive of the Claverol Foundation. Joseph and Valenti Claverol, father and son respectively, are considered the first Andorran photographers, even the latter UNESCO Picasso received in 1998 the gold medal for his contribution to the history of the Principality of Andorra and although his life is best known through his legacy, today would like to make a special mention to both reviewing their biography. the Seu dUrgell (Lerida), but at age 14, he was orphaned and moved to Chile with his uncle, where he discovered photography. However, Jose returned very soon to the place that saw him grow because his sister fell sick and coincidentally, during This room would know who would be his wife and the mother of their future children, Concepcio. Installed again in La Seu he opened a Photography Studio defending provided that a good picture should be made in a natural environment. Unfortunately, subsequent developments in Spain made that most of the documents were lost.

Jose and Concepcio had four sons, of whom, only the small, Valenti, born in 1902, continued fondness for his father and although he started his career at Barcelona, following the family tradition that their grandparents with a fabrics shop, had been initiated soon began to also work for the Eastman Kodak Company. Married in 1930 and his wife fell in love with Andorra, where they were boyfriends trip, so very soon, the country of the Pyrenees became at home and in the workplace that would develop his photographic career, combining with a small business in Andorra la Vella, the first of the Principality in which you could find Kodak products. In 1970 founded the Valenti Claverol archives that were relegated by the Claverol Foundation, which today houses more than 7,000 negatives, photographs and an important part of the history of Andorra in film support.

Photographic Portraits

Exposure with me, myself, I will continue until June 10.Photographic portrait of Picasso portraits photography of Picasso, on Malaga Picasso Museum, which is located very close to our hotel, one of the top four-star Malaga Hotels. It shows a lot of snapshots of photographers who captured the Malaga artist devoted to his work. This exhibition shows the role of Picasso in the construction of their public image, feeding the cult of his personality. The sample is organized in collaboration with the Museum Ludwig in Cologne and brings together a total of 166 photographs corresponding to 34 authors, who include Robert Doisneau, Irving Penn, Robert Capa and Andre Villers. It covers a period of time that begins at the beginning of the 20th century, the years of the Bohemian Parisian. It can be considered a foto-biografia, not so much of the life of the character, but the creation of the modern artist. Next to snapshots, a fragment is shown also Incontrare Picasso, filmed in 1953 film and work of director Luciano Emmer. The exhibition is curated by Kerstin Stremmel, Associate Commissioner Museum Ludwig de Colonia. Photo: Courtesy of Museo Picasso Malaga