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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jakob Jelling 
 Article Title :: Learn how to capture audio
Capturing audio from your camcorder into your computer might be a main step to consider when transferring video data. This process might become complicated if you are transferring audio from a camcorder which does not support digital technologies and therefore this step would not be as easy to be achieved as if the camcorder would directly transfer digital audio. When we have audio or video which origin comes from a camcorder that doesn't support digital video, we would need an extra device to capture it before being able to transfer it to the computer. This way, if we have analog audio and wish to capture it with the computer converting it into digital, we would need to go through an extr  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Nick Stubbs 
 Article Title :: Selling Stock Photography for Amateurs
It may have crossed your mind at some point that you would like to sell your images with some of the photographic stock agencies online. You may have then visited their sites only to be put off by the costs involved with regard to the equipment needed to "produce the goods". Many of the larger agencies need file sizes of 50MB which require professional or semi-professional equipment and for which the costs run into thousands. What a lot of people don't understand is that there are "micro stock" agencies that cater for a different market altogether! You see, the huge image files required by the larger agencies are what are needed for large advertising or marketing companies   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Flora Tan 
 Article Title :: Image Transfer Made Easy
There are many different ways to transfer images onto paper. Many of these methods would require you to purchase some supplies from the craft stores. For example, you can easily buy Inkjet Transfer Paper from most stationery shops. These come in a pack of 10 sheets and cost about a dollar a sheet. You will need a computer with a printer to print your images onto them. Another image transfer method would require certain transfer liquid or solvent. But if you want to transfer images easily with no fuss and mess, just get some clear cellophane tapes and follow the step by step instructions below. Supplies Needed: 1. cardstock or paper 2. broadest roll of clear cellophane tape 3. photocopi  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Peter Jay 
 Article Title :: What is Poison Croquet?
In some areas of the Western United States a simple form of croquet is being played, one different than the traditional competitive forms of croquet. This type of croquet is often called Poison, and is a favorite of amateur or casual croquet players. Poison croquet is played with the standard nine wicket croquet set. It can be played by 2,3,4,5, or 6 players. It has similar rules to American backyard croquet; however, it differs from other styles of croquet, in that no points are scored. The players all start at the same end of the nine-wicket croquet playing field, instead of having an equal number of players beginning at opposing sides. The order of the game follows the order of the color  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Nick Stubbs 
 Article Title :: So you have bought your first DSLR?
Ok! So you have bought a DSLR (Digital SLR)…now what? You have joined the ranks of the "keen amateur photographer" by buying a new digital SLR, but what do all those buttons and bits actually do? The way things are going what with pricing and technology, I can see a boom about to happen with regard to Digital SLR sales. People who have previously just owned film or point and shoot digital cameras, will now as prices fall, have the opportunity to join the rest of us in the exciting world of the Digital SLR. I can imagine that for a lot of people the transition will be exciting but also a tad confusing. Even if you have owned a film SLR in   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Debra Hamer 
 Article Title :: Gemstone Collecting
Personally, I have become fascinated with gemstones (precious and semi-precious stones). I am amazed at the array of colors and properties of these little treasures found in the earth. God created something truly amazing for us to look at and to adorn ourselves. Many of these tiny treasures are a fantastic investment. Purchasing a rare and beautiful gemstone that will significantly appreciate is an opportunity for everyone to enjoy and benefit. Making a return or to pass down through the generations, gemstone collecting can be a rewarding and profitable hobby. I've been passionate about gemstones and collecting gemstones for quite some time now. My fascination started a couple of years ago  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Marc Wiltse 
 Article Title :: What Makes a Hiking Boot Great?
How to evaluate hiking boots and footwear for comfort, protection, and durability. Choosing hiking boots and footwear is one of the most important decisions you as a hiker or camper will make. They'll either make your trip memorable or miserable. To find what's best for you, ask yourself "What type of hiking do I do?" Day Hiking (Light-weight)- Do you usually go for short hikes for one to several hours during the week or weekend without a backpack? Then you'll want to consider these. They're lighter, flexible, and breathe better because they're usually made of fabric and split-grain leather. They're comfortable for day outings but you'll become fatigued and your feet will begin to bother  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Ken Henderson 
 Article Title :: Understanding White Balance
Understanding White Balance The Color of Light Everyone has taken at least one photograph that has been way off in color. You get it back from whoever processed it, or if it is from a digital camera you load it into your computer, and your immediate response is “what the heck happened?”. Everything has a weird color cast to it, either orange, green or blue. Light has a definite color to it depending on the light source and it’s surrounding conditions. As humans we don’t recognize the changes in the color of light, for the most part, because our brains adjust for it. The color of light is measured in degree’s Kelvin. This is referred to as color temperature. The lower the colo  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Ross MacIver 
 Article Title :: The Basics of Home Audio Speakers
There are great many home audio speakers on the market today ranging in price from a few dollars to thousands of dollars. Buying a set of speakers can be a confusing endeavor, but with a little bit of knowledge you should be able to make a wise choice. Most home audio speakers are made up of several components in one enclosure. The simplest speaker is simply one speaker driver housed in a box with no other electronics involved. These speakers will not sound very good because the single speaker driver is not capable of reproducing the entire frequency range. To provide better sound over a wider frequency range, several speaker components are combined together to make home audio speakers. T  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Ross MacIver 
 Article Title :: The Basics of CD Mastering
Recording a CD is a complicated process which calls on the skills of a great many people. The musicians must prepare the initial musical material before heading into the recording studio to lay down tracks. The recording engineer is responsible for capturing the sounds and mixing them together. The mixing stage may be followed by an editing and processing stage, at which point the recording is ready for audio CD mastering. Audio CD mastering is a specialized field requiring musical knowledge, a technical background, and excellent ears. The mastering engineer has to be familiar with a broad range of musical styles and able to produce a final recording that sounds good on a variety of sound   (read full article)
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