Craft crocheting from your homeWritten by pierrebenoit
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No matter what you choose to crochet you will find everything you need on Internet! No need to leave house. Some websites provides you all supplies for crocheting and knitting with just a click of your mouse. You will need crochet hooks, yarn, and sometimes needles. The crochet hooks come in several different sizes. The yarn is in different weights and you can find them all right by shopping online.
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Better Photos with your Digital CameraWritten by Kelly Paal
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5. Remember your focus, are you taking a photo of mom and tree, then take mom with whole tree. But if youíre taking a photo of mom next to a tree do we really need to see entire tree? Get closer to your subject. We can see some of tree bark with mom leaning against it, but showing whole tree is a waste. Remember this tip with children, many people take a shot of their dear child for an expression on childís face, but in printed shot child is lost next to another kid, swing set, and dog. Remember get closer. 6. Never put your subject dead center. All family photographers do this and itís as hard of a habit to break as remembering to look at background. But if youíve moved closer to your subject remember to put them just sightly off center. Not a lot just a bit. When youíre shooting even groups of people this is especially easy but odd numbered groups is a little more difficult. Just find your imaginary center line of your group and put that line just a bit off center in your view through your lens or screen.
With these tips you can be on your way to taking better photos today.
Kelly Paal is a Freelance Nature and Landscape Photographer, exhibiting nationally and internationally. Recently she started her own business Kelly Paal Photography (www.kellypaalphotography.com). She has an educational background in photography, business, and commercial art. She enjoys applying graphic design and photography principles to her web design.