How to Create a Wood Pallet Accent Wall | Hunker
How to build a pallet accent wall in an afternoon. Includes tips on safe pallets to use, and building wire pathways for mounting a TV.
Mixed Wood Wall - Easy & Cheap DIY - Uncookie Cutter
I created this mixed wood wall with cheap wood paneling from Lowes, leftover stain and paneling nails for around $40. UncookieCutter.com
Baseboards, and Shoe Moldings, and Quarter Rounds - Oh My! - RemodelingGuy.net
Hey Crew! Let’s talk some more about trim! Today is the second post in this series which aims to dig deep into the ins, outs, ups, and downs of all sorts of interior trim. We’ll start at the ground level and focus on baseboards today. Take a look at a couple of pictures that show …
how to set up a simple DIY home photo studio
It's easy to get great photos of your kids in your own home with a DIY home photo studio. This post teaches 5 different simple setups for photo backgrounds.
15 Creatively Genius DIY Wood Walls
Sometimes adding just a little something to a room can completely change how it looks. If you’ve wondered about redecorating and want something that makes a big statement but you don’t want to spend a
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To light a foreground portrait subject against a setting sun, put a hot shoe flash inside a 36-inch umbrella-style softbox (A), and warmed up its output with a 1/4 Rosco CTO warming gel. assistant suspended the Softbox above the subject using a monopod (B) as a boom. posed the child to block the setting sun. Canon EOS 5D (C) and 17–40mm f/4L EF zoom at its 35mm setting. fired the flash with PocketWizard Plus II, for an overall exposure of 1/180 sec at f/13, ISO 100.
My Humble Studio
I have finally put the last finishing touches on the studio... for now... LOL Take a peek ♥ Follow the Flying Fig Blog Now! ALL IMAGES ...
The Basics of Photography: F for Flash - The Phoblographer
In continuing with our Alphabetical explanations of key photography terms, we're now at the letter, "F." And the biggest thing that comes to mind besides film is the thing that many photographers fear: flash. Yes, marketing departments will tell you that their high ISOs are so good that you don't need a flash.
DIY Food Photography Backgrounds for under $20
Ever since I started food blogging I've been wanting new food backgrounds but couldn't find them anywhere. I checked in ikea and found wood pieces that were too shiny and didn't work well. Over the
Studio Envy: Flying Fig Photography
Flying Fig Photography Tracey Aiena Location: Ruskin, FL Site : Facebook Look at this gorgeous space! I am feeling a bit of envy coming on ... When asked why
How to Use a Reflector to Get Gorgeous Skin Tones
How to Use a Reflector to Get Gorgeous Skin Tones. Our natural light teaching series for photographers continues with a tutorial on how to use reflectors