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Special Effects Photography - The Brass Tacks

21st May 2012
Trick photography is one of the most intriguing branches of photography, it is the art of adding special effects to photographs by using both camera made effects and image editing. Used skillfully these methods will produce photographs that are not only... Read >
Author: Harry Fletcher

Affiliates - Your Free Way To Web Income

16th March 2012
By: Google Affiliate If you're looking for a way to earn your living from the internet then there is no better and easier way than this. What's great is there's no product to make and it's FREE. You get paid instead. Let's first look at what it ta... Read >
Author: Ahmed Sayed

What is an Automatic Level?

05th February 2011
The automatic level is one of technology's more recent versions of the construction level. How is the automatic level different from earlier versions of construction levels such as the wye level and dumpy level? In order to understand what an automatic le... Read >
Author: Matt Reinhart

Quilt Display Racks Portable Advantages

10th January 2011
A portable quilt display rack is the ideal choice for flaunting any sizes of quilts, backdrops, and other hanging wares during trade show events. It's sturdy, versatile, compact, lightweight, and very handy. For exhibitors who are searching for a fully fu... Read >
Author: fonsieucup

Do a Handstand

15th September 2010
The freestand handstand too hard of a move for most people to jump into right away. Maybe you have experience doing them against the wall, but even that is not enough to start balancing out in the open. I know, I fell many, many times, just inching along ... Read >
Author: Micheal Manning

Finding Bruce Lee's Martial Art Jeet Kune Do In India

15th June 2010
Jeet Kune Do is the famous art of Bruce Lee, and many think that he showcased the art in his films such as Enter The Dragon which he in fact did not. In his many films Lee used more of his Tae Kwon Do kicking that he found suited films as they were flashy... Read >
Author: Trey Morgan

The Canon 12x36 IS II Binoculars – More Than Meets the Eye

20th May 2010
When I first got a look through the Canon 12x36 IS binoculars I thought that they were just a pair of binoculars and the image stability feature would be sketchy and would still require a tripod setup to eliminate the shaking. Well I was wrong and when I ... Read >
Author: Jason Westwood

Why photographers still use the Minolta 35mm camera.

18th February 2010
Gone mostly of the days of a Minolta 35mm camera. I used to take hundreds of photos in a session as a photographer. Every 36 shots I would have to change the film. I got really fast and efficient at changing the film in a Minolta 35mm camera. Using fil... Read >
Author: Angus

Top 5 Tips for Walking With Crutches (Plus, 6 Important Things to Avoid)

25th September 2009
Walking with Crutches This a typical method if your doctor has told you to avoid ALL weight bearing on your injured foot or leg. You will need sufficient strength in your upper body to support all your weight with just your arms and shoulders. (Yes, tiri... Read >
Author: James Healy

Children's Telescope Advice

18th August 2009
Need children's telescope advice? Buying a children's telescope is a bit different than buying one for an adult. Children's telescopes need to accommodate the child, and allow them to get something valuable out of astronomy.In this article, you will disco... Read >
Author: Kozan Huseyin

How To Make A Telescope

27th June 2009
Are you looking to make your own telescope? If you are looking for a rewarding experience, there is nothing like building a telescope and using your own built telescope to view the heavens. As you read this article, you will discover more about how to mak... Read >
Author: Kozan Huseyin
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