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How To Make A Napkin Ring

Having time to create great crafts is hard but finding great easy items that are fast and fun is a must. One great item that is easy to make and can be a blast is a napkin ring. Now depending on how permanent you want these rings to be, you can use some household items […]

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How To Make Scented Candles

How To Make Scented Candles

One of my happiest memories from my childhood was making a basic candle using materials I found lying around. Making scented candles isn’t hard either. While you may find inexpensive candles at discount stores, thrifts, etc., you can often make them even cheaper. Besides the good price, you can pick the specific scent (and the […]

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How To Make A Bleached Patterned Rug

To make a bleach pattern rug, you will need a few things. You will need the rug that you would like to use for the project, the chalk that you will be using to create the design on the rug, optional stencils and bleach in order to imprint the pattern onto the rug. Practice first […]

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African-American Yard Art Photographs taken by Jim Linderman

Southern African-American Yard Art by Robert Howell, J. P Scott and Royal Robertson. Photographs by Jim Linderman circa 1990 – 1993.

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Andrea Peipe – Stunning Fine-Art Portrait Photographer from Germany

Andrea Peipe is a German Fine-art Photographer who creates stunning portraits which are beautifully surreal and makes you dream. The most important aspect of Andrea’s portfolio is her love for portraits and creative post-processing to add a wonderful topping to the entire theme. In this brief interview, Andrea shares her thoughts on photography, her travel [...]

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Sewing A Plaid Granville Shirt: Deciding What to Cut on the Bias

I’m starting a plaid version of the Granville shirt soon. It’ll be perfect for fall, for layering under warm cabled sweaters and wearing under jackets. What’s cool about plaid fabric is the lines. Cutting pieces on the bias turns these into diagonal lines, which adds visual interest and can draw attention to different parts of the garment.

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Desert Art by George Steinmetz

Best known f or his exploration photography, George Steinmetz has a restless curiosity for the unknown: remote deserts, obscure cultures, the mysteries of science and technology. A regular contributor to National Geographic and GE O Magazines, he has explored subjects ranging from the remotest str etches of Arabia’s Empty Quarter to the unknown tree people of Irian Jaya….

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Magic Bullet Suite 12.1: Resolve, Mercury, Trackpad

$65 color control surface anybody? Today Red Giant released a free update to Magic Bullet Suite 12 that almost got me in trouble. The CEO of Red Giant called me and asked why we were giving so much awesome stuff away in a free update. I’m not kidding. The only answer I could come up with is that I just couldn’t wait to start using it all.

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Renee Robyn: The Photo Art Career That Started with a Motorcycle Crash

Canadian photographer and photo-manipulator Renee Robyn has had an unusual career journey – one that started with a devastating motorcycle crash. After getting knocked off her bike and run over by a vehicle, she spent 5 days in the hospital and the next 6 months learning how to walk again. Photography turned out to be [ ]

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How to Crank with Magic Lantern on a Canon Camera

I think it’s one of the more underrated functions of the software. The Intervalometer and the ability to dial … Related Stories Shooting Magic Lantern RAW on the 7-Year Old Canon Stills Camera the 50D Sony a7s II, Sony FS5, Kodak Pixpro and more on DSLR FILM NOOB Podcast Panasonic Lumix GH4 Firmware Update 2.3 is Here! Now Lay Your Money Down to Unlock V-Log L

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