Speculation of the day: I think light is a particle in nature but behaving as wave when it rides the wave!

My speculation of the day!  I could be way off the mark, but this isn’t going to stop me from thinking out loud.  I’m remembering fondly how I’d read something about why some scientists think light’s behavior suggests that it’s particle but others would argue that light is a wave.  Then some more people would suggest that light is both wave and particle.  For me, I think a light is a particle but becoming a wave as it interacts with a particular environment which gives its wavelike property.

Imagine this!  Can a fish realize that it’s swimming in water?  The water, of course, is a wavelike entity.  Regardless, I don’t think a fish could realize that, and yet it swims in it as its dear life depends on the water’s wavelike property.

Imagine this!  Can a human realize that he or she is swimming in the air?  If he or she is swimming in the water, this person would definitely realize that he or she is swimming in the water.  Regardless, air is second nature to each human, and so we don’t easily realize that we’re swimming in it.  We’re thinking that it’s invisible and we’re breathing it in naturally without realizing we’re swimming in the wave of air.

I think when a light particle hits the wave of invisible air, it rides the wave and becomes one with the wave thus exhibits the behavior of the wavelike property.  When a light particle hits an environment which requires it to bounce back as if a tennis ball had just hit a hard surface, then the light particle would behave as a particle.

In summary, my speculation is that light is just a particle, but it behaves as a wave when it rides the wave of whatever!


Lightroom 4 Photo Fun – Apple Store

Went to Apple Store and got a replacement for iPhone 5.  The one that Apple sent to me the first time around was Wi-Fi glitchy (i.e., disconnected and super slow) and camera glitchy (i.e., purple halo/flare glitch).  The replacement fixed the Wi-Fi connectivity issue, but the camera glitch had not yet resolved.  Anyhow, while I was at the Apple Store for the iPhone 5 replacement, I took two snapshots of Apple Store with the replaced iPhone 5.  Afterward, I used Lightroom 4 to stylishly glitch up the snapshots.  Check out the results right after the break.

Lightroom 4 Photo Fun – Purple Halo iPhone 5 Camera Glitch Of Parking Lot Near Gas Station Photo

Previously, I’d posted “iPhone 5 Purple Halo Camera Glitch.”  This time, I like to post a Lightroom 4 Photo Fun session in which I had used Lightroom 4 to fix the purple halo iPhone 5 camera glitch for one of the photos that I had took with iPhone 5 glitchy camera.  Anyhow, to add a finished touch, I changed the tone of this very photo.  The result is right after the break.  I hope you like it.  Enjoy!!!

To tell the truth, it was not easy at all to fix the purple halo iPhone 5 camera glitch for one of the affected photos.  It was time consuming even though I used awesome Lightroom 4 software.  I think Apple has to fix this issue fast or else it will be a huge time waster for people who actually use iPhone 5 camera to take lot of photos.  Nonetheless, one can easily avoid the purple halo iPhone 5 camera glitch by not pointing the iPhone 5 camera at any light source.  With that being said, Apple should not relax and work harder to fix the glitchy iPhone 5 camera.  After all, this is not the first iPhone, but it’s the 6th iPhone iteration (i.e., iPhone 4S is the 5th iPhone iteration).

iPhone 5 Purple Halo Camera Glitch

Techradar’s “iPhone 5 users report ‘purple halo‘ camera glitch” article reported that iPhone 5’s camera injects purple halo into photos, and this only happens when a light source gets captured near the edge of the photos.  I tested this problem out myself and found the same purple halo glitch for iPhone 5 camera.  Perhaps, I have to go to Genius Bar (Apple store customer service) to see if they can help me out on resolving this issue, because taking error free picture means a lot to me.  Sure, I can totally correct the purple halo issue in any photo with Lightroom 4 software, but having to know that iPhone 5’s camera can inject incorrect tint color into my photos is really bothering me somehow.  Anyhow, I took two photos in my room just to prove that even artificial source of light can trigger the purple halo glitch for iPhone 5 camera, and you can check these photos out right after the break.

Source:  http://www.techradar.com/us/news/phone-and-communications/mobile-phones/iphone-5-users-report-purple-halo-camera-glitch-1100101?src=rss&attr=all