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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Eddie Tobey 
 
 Article Title :: A Look at Cabinet Humidors
 
Cabinet humidors are specially designed for the serious cigar aficionado. Much more of an investment than a small desktop humidor that can hold 100 to 200 cigars, cabinet humidors can be as small as a standing chest, can hold up to 8000 cigars or more, can measure as much as four feet wide by 20 inches deep and over six feet in height or larger and resemble a large bookcase, and can cost from the high hundreds of dollars to thousands of dollars. These humidors are designed for the discriminating aficionado, and because of their size and the cost, they are considered a good long-term investment. Certainly the larger the cabinet humidor the smaller the selection of design one can find; howev  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Kathy Williams 
 
 Article Title :: Rubber Stamps : 10 Great Tips For Making Multiple Cards
 
Rubber Stamps : 10 Great Tips For Making Multiple Cards You know the feeling. The kids have tons of demands, vacation is just around the corner, that big project at work is eating all of your free time. How will you ever make those handmade cards for the big party, or mail the invitations for the guests at the big wedding? What started out as a great idea for some very special cards has turned into a stressful project. These ten simple steps will maximize your time and free up your creativity when making multiple cards for any size project. 1. Determine and plan your cardmaking schedule. Do you want to set aside a few hours or just 30 minute  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Debra Hamer 
 
 Article Title :: Gemstone Treatments
 
Though not common knowledge to the public, most gemstones are treated in some way to enhance their color and clarity. An untreated gemstone is a rarity. These treatments are common and widely accepted in the industry and normally do not de-value the stone. Most retail jewelers do not divulge this information to their buying public or they themselves are not aware. If they are a reputable and ethical establishment then they will be honest if queried on the subject. Don't expect this information to be offered without inquiring first. Heat treatment is the most common method used to color enhance gems. Tanzanite, which has become a very popular gemstone in jewelry and to collect is heat trea  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Debra Hamer 
 
 Article Title :: Gemstones Natural vs Synthetic
 
What is a synthetic gemstone? A synthetic gem is created in a laboratory under controlled conditions. The gem is grown from a natural gemstone “seed”. By controlling the environment in which the gem is grown, impurities and inclusions can be avoided which occur in natural gemstones. The created stones have perfect color and clarity which is so highly desired. Most natural gemstones have imperfections due to uncontrolled growing conditions in nature. Synthetic stones will have the same chemical, physical, and optical properties of their natural counterparts without the imperfections. A good analogy for synthetic gemstone creation is growing roses. Roses grown in a hot house where their   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Amber Lowery 
 
 Article Title :: Types of Digital Cameras
 
Types of Digital Cameras If you are in the market to purchase a digital camera, you have surely seen several different types of cameras. It isnt exactly clear what the differences between the types are, and it can be confusing trying to choose the digital camera thats right for you. In this article, we wil discuss the different types of cameras so that you can better understand what to look for in purchasing a digital camera. Point and Shoot Digital Cameras Most consumer cameras on the market today fall into the category of Point and Shoot digital cameras. These cameras usually provide resolutions of between 2 and 4 megapixels (million pixels). These cameras are the digital versio  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Richard Schneider 
 
 Article Title :: Photography - Things to Consider Before Buying a Camera
 
Before you are able to take the kind of photos you want to take, it is important to think about the equipment you would like to start out with. Probably the most important decision you will have to make is what kind of camera to buy. There are so many options and brands now that the whole process can seem quite overwhelming. Shopping for Cameras: If you are planning to become a serious photographer you should probably buy an SLR (Single Lens Reflex) camera. The term single lens reflex comes from the fact that the camera has a view of the subject through a single lens and that view is reflected to the viewfinder so the photographer can see exactly what is going to be in the picture. The D  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Kathleen Hudson 
 
 Article Title :: Scrapbooking Ideas for Kids
 
Many times at auctions, or estate sales, a box of books will turn up a real treasure, like a scrapbook that was kept by someone in their youth and sometimes through their adulthood. The book could be 50 or 60 years old, and a source of great fun to look at the pictures, news clippings, and personal mementoes. The hobby of keeping such collections is enjoying a resurgence of popularity, with people of all ages finding new and inventive ways to record special events or occasions in their lives. Scrapbooking ideas for kids can be very basic to start with, because once they catch on to the fun, they'll start developing their own sense of style and preference for decorating. A scrapbook with r  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Gary Nugent 
 
 Article Title :: Digital Photography: The RAW vs JPG Debate
 
If you use a digital camera (I use a Canon EOS Digital Rebel/300D myself) and that camera is an SLR, then it most likely can record images in RAW format. In general, you should record your images at the highest resolution possible. If you only have a small memory card and are worried that you can only record a few RAW images on it, then it's time to buy a bigger card! [They don't cost much these days]. You can always shrink an image after it's taken but you can't enlarge a small one without introducing artifacts. At the very least, you should have your camera record images in Hires JPG format but RAW format is even better. Any kind of JPG written to your camera's memory card will be  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Gary Nugent 
 
 Article Title :: Taking Panoramic Landscapes - The Easy Solution
 
I love panoramas. There's something very appealing about their shape. It's probably because we see the world more in these dimensions than the near square format of standard film/sensor frames. It might also explain the upsurge in the popularity of widescreen TVs! Panoramas have a reputation of being hard to take. There are dedicated panorama cameras available but unless you've got at least a thousand dollars to spare, you probably can't afford one! But you can take panoramas with any kind of camera. All a panorama is, is a sequence of images where you turn slightly for each different frame. In the old days, before PCs and the likes of Photoshop were around, you'd take your pri  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Susie Brown 
 
 Article Title :: The Business of Prizewinning
 
Winning a prize in a competition is something that doesn’t happen very often. For many people, it’s something that never happens at all. Yet there are other people who seem to have phenomenal success when it comes to contests. Are they just supremely lucky? Or do they have a secret system? Whether the aim is to win cash, a holiday, or retail products, this article will introduce some of the tips and tricks of the trade that experienced competitors use to ensure a high chance of winning a prize. First of all, study the odds. This is very important. It is necessary to be able to distinguish between contests of pure chance and contests of skill. Contests where the entrants have to ring   (read full article)
 
 
 
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