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How To Hold A Crochet Hook
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How To Hold A Crochet Hook

Crocheting is an art form of yarn work which never gets old. There is nothing (omit) like a cozy afghan on a cold wintry night. Think about those lovely scarves from both decorative, lightweight ones to warmer ones in the cold of winter. Top off the look and necessity with a lovely beret or stocking cap. These are all just […]

How To Make Singlecrochet Stitch
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How To Make Singlecrochet Stitch

So you want to start crocheting. The starting point is the single crochet stitch. From this stitch you can start creating adorable booties, or a snugly afghan. Perhaps you want to make holiday gifts, or personal items for yourself. The possibilities are endless. Learning how to single stitch crochet will be simple with these easy to follow tips. The single […]

How To Do A Flower Design In Crochet
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How To Do A Flower Design In Crochet

Supplies needed Yarn Crochet hook Start with a circle To begin creating a flower, a circle needs to be made. To make a circle, make a slip knot onto the hook and chain four. Next, join the chain together. Insert the hook into the first chain slip and with a slip stitch, yarn over and pull through to create a […]

How to Add Copyright Information Automatically in Lightroom
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How to Add Copyright Information Automatically in Lightroom

In this Lightroom video tutorial, I’ll show you how to automatically add your copyright metadata to all your photos on The post How to Add Copyright Information Automatically in Lightroom appeared first on Yanik’s Photo School.

Fall Sewing Project #1: Tasia’s Gabby Jacket
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Fall Sewing Project #1: Tasia’s Gabby Jacket

My first project of the fall sewing season is complete! It’s the Gabby Jacket from Style Arc, sewn in a lovely wool tweed. Short story, I love it, it’s supercool, I enjoyed sewing it and I can’t wait to wear it this fall. Three most important things that I noted while working on this project: [ ] The post Fall Sewing Project #1: Tasia’s Gabby Jacket appeared first on Sewaholic.

Four Accessories for Light Painting Photographers
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Four Accessories for Light Painting Photographers

Photographers interested in light painting should give these tools a try.

The Next L Lens From Canon to be a Fast Zoom [CR2]
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The Next L Lens From Canon to be a Fast Zoom [CR2]

A great new lens was announced last week, but people will always ask ‘what’s coming next?’ We’re told again that the next L lens from Canon will be a fast zoom (f/2.8), and the thinking is it will be an EF 16-35 f/2.8L III. We were originally told this back in March, and a patent

Shooting Artistic Interiors You Can Be Proud Of
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Shooting Artistic Interiors You Can Be Proud Of

In real estate photography, the goal is to portray the indoor locations in the most realistic yet welcoming way possible. For more artistic purposes, however, such as in creating striking images from an indoor location, you can use many other factors to enhance your images. Why Dynamic Range is Important When photographing indoor locations under [ ]

30 Photographers Have Taken Over 500px to Remember a Fallen Friend
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30 Photographers Have Taken Over 500px to Remember a Fallen Friend

About a year ago, Photogapher Jeff Swanson died of melanoma, and today over 30 landscape photographers decided to pay tribute to his memory, and if you’re on 500px it’s pretty impossible to not notice. Together they have taken over the front page, and it’s a beautiful thing. On a website sponsored in his memory by [ ]

Comparing Apples with Oranges: Leica Q vs. Fuji X100T
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Comparing Apples with Oranges: Leica Q vs. Fuji X100T

I decided to make it clear right from the title that this is not a scientific comparison between two cameras with almost identical specs. On the contrary, the Leica Q and don’t… The post Comparing Apples with Oranges: Leica Q vs. Fuji X100T appeared first on MirrorLessons – The Best Mirrorless Camera Reviews.

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