Introduction to Photography Studio Lighting

I’m a professional photographer and work in my photography studio most days. So I’m very aware of how important it is to be able to use light effectively. The right lighting can bring out your subject’s best features (and they will love you forever for making them look good). Bad lighting on someone just looks…

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Benefits of Facilities Management

In today’s tough economy, businesses are doing everything they can to be cost-effective. However, they often cut facilities management, thinking it is too expensive. Facilities management is actually a great savings for your company. Here are the benefits of having a top-notch facilities management system. 1. Cost Savings: Buildings and land are usually the second…

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This Leaf Shredder Is A Lean-Mean Leaf Eating Machine!

Customers are saying that the leaf shredder is sheer power with out a doubt.They are giving it highly positive reviews for its patented design, double heavy-duty cutting lines, and powerful universal motor with circuit breaker and reset button for overload protection. Ranging from coarse to fine debris, the leaf vacuum mulcher offers the convenience of…

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ASUS VG248QE Monitor Review

ASUS VG248QE MONITOR DESIGN AND FEATURES The ASUS VG248QE Monitor adopts the latest ‘ROG SWIFT’ styling, with slender bezels. Its stand features the novel ‘Light In Motion’ red ring that surrounds the neck of the stand and the ROG motif too, as was evident on PG27AQ. It is also equipped with a joystick or JOG…

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Pottery Industry In Today’s World

Pottery has offered many services to the human race from primordial times. It is amongst the oldest craft and plays an important role in the day to day life of many people. For archaeologists, pottery can be the gauge of a country’s development. Pottery is a very unique art of making artifacts from clay. The…

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The Pentateuch, Law of Moses or Torah

Introduction It is believed that the name Pentateuch “the first five books of the Old Testament, the book of the Law” (The Columbia Viking Desk Encyclopaedia, 1964, p.1402) was first found in the letter of Elora of a second century Gnostic, Ptolemy and passed into Christian use. These books are called The Law (Torah) or…

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