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25 Jun 19
questfox News

questfox works with a standard slider/handle on each graphical scale starting on the left side. You can change those settings following these instructions. First: One can manipulate the starting point of the transparent slider by defining a custom slider starting point. Switch the setting to ON and define the number where you wish the slider […]

25 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

For serious cyclists, a Gore Windstopper jersey is an essential addition to your cycling kit bag. The slim, competition-worthy fit is low in bulk thanks to the careful placement of mesh paneling under the arms and on the sides of the jersey. Key Features:Gore Windstopper Product: totally windproof, extremely breathable and water repellent,Fabric with stretch […]

25 Jun 19
Android Games Apk

We are share latest version Sniper Shoot War 3D
4.1_ Game mobile phones. Simple operation of the game: Slide the left of the screen to control character movement, slide to the right of the screen you can adjust the target. You can use the sniper rifle zoom lens, adjust the amplification factor by the right side of the slider.

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25 Jun 19
Android Games Apk

We are share latest version Sniper Shoot War 3D
4.1_ Game mobile phones. Simple operation of the game: Slide the left of the screen to control character movement, slide to the right of the screen you can adjust the target. You can use the sniper rifle zoom lens, adjust the amplification factor by the right side of the slider.

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25 Jun 19
4 Sons 'R' Us

Dinners made in the crock pot don’t always have to be served sloppy. This slow cooker Greek chicken is healthy, delicious, and cooked so that it can be served neatly on a plate when done.

25 Jun 19
Team Impact

In the previous blog post I explained how I made a timer and saved this in a local storage. Because I dont want to refresh the whole PHP page I also have to use AJAX to do a post request. When i press the finish button it has to do the post request so i’ll […]

25 Jun 19
Peplumandpineapples

I visited Colombo for my best friends weddings and I couldn’t tour much because I had 10 billion maid of honor duties. But believe me, you can cover Colombo even if you have 10-15 hour stopover in Colombo. Colombo doesn’t have a lot of sightseeing, it is a very crowded and congested city so you […]

25 Jun 19
Team Impact

When we thought about the people walking through the city center of Enschede, there isn’t really a challenge. So we decided to add a timer. This timer should start when you stand in front of the installation and press the first button on the website. This timer should be visible at all times to see […]

25 Jun 19
The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat

Expand your filmmaking skill-set in only a weekend with these DIY tutorials for fun, creative, and relatively simple filmmaking projects.

25 Jun 19
The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat
Expand your filmmaking skill set in only a weekend with these DIY tutorials for fun, creative, and relatively simple filmmaking projects. For many filmmakers and videographers just starting out, the allure of investing in and buying tons of new gear is hard to resist. You need your camera, your lenses, your tripods, your monopods, your sliders, your 3-point lighting kit, your audio recorders, your 200-foot dolly tracks, etc. But truth be told, you really don’t need that much — even if you’re beyond just starting off and have been in the game for years. Yes, there is always something else you may want, but if you focus on creative visual storytelling, you can pull off just about any shot or look without spending tons of money on fancy new gear. An alternative is to skip the expensive retailers and simply make the gear yourself. There’s a wealth of resources for DIY filmmakers available online. All it takes is a free weekend, a trip to the hardware store, and a little time watching a tutorial. So, if you have a free weekend, save one (or two or three) of these DIY tutorials, and give your inner craftsman a little TLC by building out one of these projects on your own. 1. DIY Balloon Light In this video from Shutterstock Tutorials, we get a step-by-step breakdown of the materials, the process, and the use of a DIY balloon light — one of the biggest, brightest, softest (yet surprisingly cheapest) lights you could possibly make. Here’s the full write-up on how to get started. 2. DIY Light Stand (Under $10) One of the classic DIY projects is the $10 DIY light stand (outlined by the team at Film Riot), which helps you create a pretty-simple-yet-surprisingly-sturdy-and-helpful light stand. All you need is a drill and a quick trip to the hardware store for some PVC pipe to begin lighting your projects first thing Monday morning. 3. DIY Sidecar Mount While most of these projects are useful for a variety of shots, this is one of the more specific and complex projects, so it may be a little trickier to tackle. That being said, you can use this to create some absolutely amazing car chases and action shots! And the best part is you don’t need to break the bank purchasing a highly expensive Russian Arm system. All you need is $50 in supplies. You can read the full article on the project here. Also, check out this similar $30 DIY Car Mount project tutorial, with subsequent write-up here. 4. DIY Fig Rig Another classic DIY weekend project involves following the advice of Indy Mogul and creating your very own DIY fig rig. A “fig rig” is basically another word for a camera gimbal. In this case, one shaped into a makeshift circle, which you hold like a steering wheel for run-and-gun filmmaking — and it’s much smoother and more controlled than typical handheld movement. The entire process will cost you less than $30 (which is a fraction of what a name-brand fig rig or gimbal would cost).  5. DIY Lighting Plates While this is technically more of a DIY technique than a single rig or project, it is actually a really cool project that you can use to create some truly impressive results. Plus, it’s just funny to watch Robbie run around being chased by a serial killer, silhouetted in a scene, that only uses one light! The technique is called “lighting in plates,” and it’s actually a “form of compositing that weaves several shots together to provide ample lighting coverage for the entire shot.” You can read more on the process and how to pull it off here. 6. DIY Film Rain Machine (for under $15) Here’s a fun one for those who don’t mind getting a little cold and wet. A DIY rain machine can be a simple-yet-effective tool, and it can you save thousands of dollars. In this demo by Tom Antos, we get a more sophisticated and reliable machine that works better than making a PA hold a water hose slightly out of frame. Antos shares his DIY process, which should cost anywhere between $15 and $70, depending on the supplies you have available. 7. DIY Product Shot Setups This DIY tutorial on shooting “cheap and easy” product shots is a fun weekend project that can add a whole commercial filmmaking skill set to your reel — as well as teach you how to use inexpensive lighting for expensive-looking styles. Looking at product materials, working with surfaces and sets, and creating interesting compositions are all part of the process outlined in this step-by-step article. Take it a step further and dive into the lighting and production of product shots in this tutorial. If none of these DIY projects pique your interest, here are some more DIY filmmaking resources to check out. DIY Filmmaking: How to Build Your Own Dolly for $50 7 DIY Filmmaking Hacks: Creating New Lights to Building Your Own Hi-Hat 5 DIY Tutorials and Gear Hacks for Filmmakers DIY Filmmaking Tips: Building a Heavily Diffused $50 Light Video Tutorial: Create a DIY Wireless China Ball Light
25 Jun 19
Team Impact

Because of the fact that we wanted to use the idangerous swiper slider like you saw in the previous website blogpost, there were alot of functionalities to program. At this time i didnt know which ones i had to write myself and which one were built in. So the first problem we had was that […]

25 Jun 19
Tom Polkinghorne Photography

If you have played around with your DSLR enough, or perhaps with Photoshop, you may have noticed a fairly complex looking bar chart that keeps cropping up with your images.  This is called a histogram, and it’s used to explain the tonal range of the image.  It is not as complicated as it might look, […]

25 Jun 19
NEONCHERRIES

Do you have gut troubles bringing you down? Here are the best gut healing foods to heal your microbiome and get you back on track to health. Researchers have discovered that we have a ‘second brain.’ This is quite interesting if not frightening. Your gut has a nervous system that communicates with your actual brain. […]

25 Jun 19
F3 Trembling Earth

5 men in the Gloom. Started with just 3 but Hendrix pulled a Rush and came during the warm up. Smithy tried to skip the workout but showed up to get better (we did the hard stuff already…) Better late than not at all. JJ Lee “HeeHaw” was in town. The Original Gangsta that brought […]

25 Jun 19
Site Title

Retort pouches are heat resistant bags made that are used in packaging of heat-treated food. Retort pouches are laminated inside with multiple layers of metal foil and plastic films that can resist high temperature as well as intense pressure. Retort pouches are readily available transparent, light in weight polyethylene or PET films which act as […]

25 Jun 19
Packers And Movers Bangalore | Get Free Quotes | Compare and Save

Know the guide to defend your floors from scratches, tearing of carpets and breaking of tiles only with safe and secure packers and movers in Bangalore. Whether you’re moving out from your rental or from your own house, it’s crucial to leave the home in overall good condition to save yourself from unwanted penalties. If […]