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  • Free Energy Magnet Motor fan used as Free Energy Generator
    By: Michael_J
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    This system of free energy fan rotation of magnet motor is used as free energy generator for lighting of bulb. For construction were used CPU fan, thin magnets and led lighting bulb. Explained step by step how to build free energy. This is Free Energy Magnet Motor fan rotation video of Free Energy Magnet Engine used as free energy generator thanks to neodymium magnet.
  • Quick Get Ready with Me - Neutral makeup look
    By: JiinxBeauty
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    Hi there! I have been working this weekend and I thought that I should film my makeup :D I went for a brown / neutral look. I hope you enjoy watching, even though the quality is pretty bad :(! It was really cloudly and dark outside and my lighting didn't help me a lot. Oh well.. I promise my next video won't be so bad! :)
  • How to Use Dramatic Lighting Techniques
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    The first one you'll look at right here is called loop lighting and it's known for the sort of loop shaped shadow that it creates underneath the nose. It's a relatively flattering kind of light for most people because it lights most of the face.
  • How to Set Up Studio Lighting at Home - Portrait Photography
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    Don't try to shoot against the wall. If you've got brick or something that could be remotely attractive, that could make a nice background. But if all you've got is a white wall, no white wall is ever clean and smooth enough to make a good background.... .
  • How to Use Window Lighting - Portrait Photography
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    A window is probably the best and easiest light source you can use in your home. Don't use the window when the sun is shining right into it. Make sure the sun is shining somewhere else. But even so, there's an awful lot of light coming in that window and it makes for a nice, soft, diffused, attractive light when the sun's not shining straight in. ...
  • Portrait Photography Tips
    By: ARVC
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    Shade is better than direct sunlight. Direct sunlight is harsh. It makes people squint. It creates deep shadows in their eyes and big shadows across their face from their nose. Shade is your friend. Overcast is your friend. Nice, even, soft, diffused lighting... .
  • Green Screen Basic Setup
    By: Domingo0022IWAY
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    This tutorial will show you how to setup a green screen and lighting. The following steps will be covered: 1. Green Screen type 2. Lighting Setup and principle of three point lighting 3. Chroma Keying Software settings in your editor 4. Finished product results Thank you for watching!
  • Valentine's Day makeup tutorial : Pink and Purple makeup look
    By: JiinxBeauty
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    Valetine's Day will be soon, so I thought I should try to create a girly and sweet look and I came up with this pink and purple makeup. I think it looks quite cute. I wasn't sure if I was going to upload this becase the lighting in my room was kinda bad but oh well
  • create a disintegrating effect
    By: logongod
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    In this tutorial I show how to create an disintegrating effect that makes a model to appear to be dissolving or rather de-materializing. The links to needed brush preset are .. for splatter brush - http://corelila.deviantart.com/art/New-Splatters-Brushes-61130340?offset=10 for lighting effect - http://redheadstock.deviantart.com/gallery/?q=light#/d175s20 they are totally free so enjoy..... looking for sponsors so if you are interested contact me..
  • USAIN BOLT-Olympics
    By: Forumposting
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    With the help and guidance of his coach Fits Coleman, Bolt became a professional athlete in 2004. He now continuously bags gold medals on his categories. The laid-back and relaxed athlete set world record several times. The media named him as Lighting Bolt. He was able to redefine sprinting in his own ways.
  • meteor or the force of 20 atomic bombs in Russia
    By: hassaniehsan1364
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    Friday’s shocking event that shattered windows in more than 4,000 buildings and injured 1,200 people in Russia(Chelyabinsk). The explosion of meteor was estimated to have the force of 20 atomic bombs. Most of the people were injured from the flying glass.. By Saturday, workers began cleaning up the mess from Friday and 40 people remained in hospital, two in serious condition, local media reported. The region’s governor Mikhail Yurevich estimated the damage from the explosion to be around $33 million. Yurevich said the windows would be replaced in a week, but with frigid temperatures, a week is a long wait. The temperature was -12 C in Chelyabinsk by midday Saturday.
  • How to Use Photo Filters in Photoshop CS6
    By: Teach
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    You can use filters to clean up or retouch your photos, apply special art effects that give your image the appearance of a sketch or impressionistic painting, or create unique transformations using distortions and lighting effects. The filters provided by Adobe appear in the Filter menu. Some filters provided by third-party developers are available as plug-ins. Once installed, these plug-in filters appear at the bottom of the Filter menu. Smart Filters, applied to Smart Objects, let you use filters non-destructively. Smart Filters are stored as layer effects in the Layers panel and can be readjusted at any time, working from the original image data contained in the Smart Object. For more information on Smart Filter Effects and nondestructive editing, see Nondestructive editing. To use a filter, choose the appropriate submenu command from the Filter menu. These guidelines can help you in choosing filters: Filters are applied to the active, visible layer or a selection. For 8‑bits-per-channel images, most filters can be applied cumulatively through the Filter Gallery. All filters can be applied individually. Filters cannot be applied to Bitmap-mode or indexed-color images. Some filters work only on RGB images. All filters can be applied to 8‑bit images. The following filters can be applied to 16‑bit images: Liquify, Vanishing Point, Average Blur, Blur, Blur More, Box Blur, Gaussian Blur, Lens Blur, Motion Blur, Radial Blur, Surface Blur, Shape Blur, Lens Correction, Add Noise, Despeckle, Dust & Scratches, Median, Reduce Noise, Fibers, Clouds, Difference Clouds, Lens Flare, Sharpen, Sharpen Edges, Sharpen More, Smart Sharpen, Unsharp Mask, Emboss, Find Edges, Solarize, De-Interlace, NTSC Colors, Custom, High Pass, Maximum, Minimum, and Offset. The following filters can be applied to 32‑bit images: Average Blur, Box Blur, Gaussian Blur, Motion Blur, Radial Blur, Shape Blur, Surface Blur, Add Noise, Clouds, Lens Flare, Smart Sharpen, Unsharp Mask, De-Interlace, NTSC Colors, Emboss, High Pass, Maximum, Minimum, and Offset. Some filters are processed entirely in RAM. If you don’t have enough available RAM to process a filter effect, you may get an error message.
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