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  • How to Make People Look Good in Photos
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    Have them show up groomed. Have them show up wearing nice clothes. People look better when they're dressed up a little bit. They don't have to wear an evening gown and a tuxedo but it's better if they're not wearing torn jeans or tee-shirts with a lot of writing or logos on them.
  • How to Use a Seam Guide - Sewing Machine
    By: jacksmith
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    On your sewing machine, on your throat plate, you should have a seam guide. What that is is markings that tell you distance of your stitch, from the needle to wherever you're sewing. Generally, we work with our fabric on the left and then we're going to use the gauges on the right. It's the same, the gauges on the left and right of the needle... .
  • How to Adjust Tension - Sewing Machine
    By: jacksmith
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    This is your tension adjustment right here, and every sewing machine has one. The lower number means that it's loose and the higher number, mine goes all the way up to nine, means that the thread is really tight. So, depending on what you are sewing, what kind of fabric, and how many layers, what kind of thread you're using, your tension is going to change.... .
  • How to Use a Stitch Length Regulator - Sewing Machine
    By: jacksmith
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    I'm Jennifer from Workroom Social, and we're going to talk right now about stitch length. So, every sewing machine has a dial to control the length of your stitches. On most modern machines, the stitch length is measured in millimeters and so we go from 1 to 4 millimeters. For most garment sewing, you're going to be around 2, 2.5-millimeter length. Another common length that you'll use is a 4-millimeter and that's used for basting stitches.
  • What Are Presser Feet? - Sewing Machine
    By: jacksmith
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    I have several different presser feet on the table here with me, and the first thing you should do when choosing presser feet is to go to your sewing machine's manual and just see what kind of feet your sewing machine uses... .
  • How to Thread a Machine - Sewing Machine
    By: jacksmith
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    I'm Jennifer from Workroom Social, and right now I'm going to show you how to thread your sewing machine. So, you should always look at your sewing machine's user's manual for exact instructions on how to thread a machine. But there is kind of an intuitive way that you can think about it, so that you can kind of walk into any machine and know how to thread it.
  • Select & Change Sewing Machine Needle
    By: jacksmith
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    There are lots of different kinds of sewing machine needles. The three that you'll probably primarily work with are ball-point, universal, and sharps. Today we're going to use with sharps, and sharps are used for woven fabrics. Universal needles, like their name, can be used on knits and on woven fabrics. And then ball-point needles are used on knit fabrics.
  • Simple Tips to Make Pictures Better
    By: ARVC
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    If you're photographing outside, put your subject in the shade or photograph them on an overcast day. Even the shade created by the side of a house or something is better than direct sunlight. Direct sunlight makes people squint. It creates big shadows on their face... .
  • How to Pose Women - Portrait Photography
    By: ARVC
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    Dress nice. You don't necessarily have to wear an evening gown for a casual outdoor portrait, but a tee-shirt with a logo or a pattern on it is probably not going to work great for you.... .
  • Smokey eye with a pop of pink ♡ Makeup look for Valentine's Day
    By: JiinxBeauty
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    Hi!! :) Yes I know that at some points I make no sense and I keep using the wrong words every now and then and also my accent was giving me a hard time lol... I only realised that after I uploaded as I had to edit this video without any audio drivers.and therefore I couldn't hear what on earth was I rambling... And the sun was pretty intense too at times, but I hope it's not too disturbing. Anyway, I really wanted to do another makeup look for Valentine's Day :) This time I thought that I should do something more intense, like a night time look for clubbing or whatever (: It didn't come out as dramatic as I planned, but I think it's still cute!
  • Range of the Saxophone
    By: jacksmith
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    this is an alto saxophone, and it's range is an octave and a half, technically. Low 'B' flat is the lowest note that you can play on the horn, and the highest note that you can technically play is an 'F'. So it sounds like this ...
  • Saxophone Articulation
    By: jacksmith
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    n a nutshell, articulation is basically tonguing a note on the saxophone. There is stopping the airflow and continuing the airflow. This is tonguing a note on the saxophone with the airflow interrupted. You hear the air stop. This is articulating or tonguing the note with the airflow continued, where you're actually stopping the reed with your tongue about here, without stopping the airflow. You can hear the air continue but the note is starting and stopping because I'm controlling the reed not the air.
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