• The Best Ways to Turn Photo into Painting

    • 18th January 2016
    • Posted byNitin Kaku

    If you’re trying to turn your photo into a painting, you might be wondering where to start. If you are lucky, you’ll be able to find someone at a local mall or in your area who can make a photo into your painting. You might have a friend who can do such a thing, or who claims he can do such a thing, or you might even be thinking about tackling the project yourself. Before you set out on any of these adventures, we have got a few ideas that you might be interested in! Continue reading

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  • 10 Most Stunning Places on Earth - Take Your Camera!

    • 3rd December 2015
    • Posted byNitin Kaku

    There are thousands of magnificent places that exist around Earth that we can’t even fathom. We’ve worked hard to compile a list of just 10 of the most stunning places on Earth, and we recommend that you take your camera along for the journey!

    1. Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Japan With its beautiful pastel-colored passageways, you feel like you’re traveling through some-sort of fairy world. The best times to visit Kawachi Fiji Gardens are during early May, when they have the Fuji Masuri or Wisteria Festival - it's a magical tunnel in full bloom.

    2. Hotel La Montaña Mágica, Chile This mountain-shaped water even shoots water from the top. It's located in Huilo Huilo—a private Natural Reserve in the Los Rios region of Chile.

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  • How to Make a Homemade Light Tent

    • 28th November 2015
    • Posted byNitin Kaku


    Photography is a beautiful form of expression, giving the person behind the lens the power to amplify a message with a single frame. When it comes to homegrown photography, there are a few ways you can make your photographs look professional. One of these strategies involves making a homemade light tent.

    Lighting is critical when it comes to photography, and if you’re wondering how to create amazing photo lighting on a budget, then we’ve got just the thing!

    Professional lighting kits can cost hundreds to thousands of dollars, making it difficult for newbie photographers to create stunning photography. The good news is that you can create your own homemade light tent, and it can yield the same high quality images afforded by thousands of dollars of equipment.

    In this article, we’re going to tell you how to create a homemade light tent. You’ll need a few simple tools, about $10, and a little bit of patience!

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  • Top 10 Tips for DIY Photography

    • 24th November 2015
    • Posted byNitin Kaku


    Almost everyone has a camera in their hand! If you’ve got a smartphone or tablet, then you’ve probably dabbled in DIY photography. If not, then you probably have a digital camera. All of these offer the opportunity to capture special moments forever. If you’re like countless others who want to learn a few tricks and tips for DIY photography, then we think you’ll enjoy this article! We’ll go over the top 10 tips for DIY photography, including tricks that can be used with bird photography, wildlife photography, and much more! Continue reading

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  • Top Tips for Choosing a Photographer for Your Destination Wedding

    • 21th November 2015
    • Posted byNitin Kaku


    Have you been spending days and months planning your wedding? It can be quite stressful to plan the perfect wedding, and it can be even harder to find a great photographer. Looking for the perfect photographer can take time and patience, but finding an expert with the right photography skills pays off in the end.

    Before you make that next big step and hire a photographer, there are a few questions to ask before you take the plunge and a few things to look for. Check out these top tips for perfect wedding photos! Continue reading

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  • 4 Tips for Photographing Your Pets

    • 18th November 2015
    • Posted byNitin Kaku


    Capturing your furry, feathered, or scaled companion on film can be a challenge if they’re always moving, but the end result of a perfect portrait is priceless! If you’re like many people who adore their pets, you’ve tried and tried to capture those precious moments on film to no avail. In this article, we’re going to discuss a few tips that will make it easy to preserve special moments with your pet for all time!

    How to photograph pets

    Have you caught your pet with that slightly tilted head, angled eye, and glistening eyes look on their face? It's that look you always want to grab on camera, but you’re just never fast enough. Well, here are some ways to help you snap the perfect picture of your family pet - and there aren’t any fancy pet photography skills needed. Continue reading

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  • 5 Creative Things to Do With Old Family Pictures

    • 26th October 2015
    • Posted byNitin Kaku


    Family photos provide some of the most special memories. Mothers and daughters love sitting down together and looking through photo albums as teenagers - seeing their parents at a younger age is always sweet. As our parents age, we tend to keep those memories closer to us because a picture can tell a million different stories, especially when they are held close to our heart.

    Have you ever had that moment where creativity gets the best of you, and you just want to do something super special? Have you ever thought about the things you could do with your old family photographs?

    The fall season is upon us and that means that the holidays are slowly lurking around the corner. What better way to celebrate than to give unique gifts with family photographs and friends that everybody can enjoy? Family photographs can be some of the most meaningful gifts and there are always unique things to create with your family photographs. Continue reading

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  • 10 Exciting Things to Do This Halloween

    • 21th October 2015
    • Posted byNitin Kaku


    Fall is upon us and it's time to get ready for fun activities on Halloween. This is one holiday during the year that most teenagers and children look forward to celebrating. Their imaginations run wild and they get to pick the coolest costumes, sporting them at school and on the big night. It's a great time to create memories and have a great time with your family. Continue reading

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  • Show Support for Project Semicolon, Amy Bleuel with a Caricature

    • 13th October 2015
    • Posted byNitin Kaku

    Amy has announced that, in support of Amy Bleuel’s Project Semicolon, their team will be creating and displaying a caricature of Bleuel. The caricature will emphasize Bleuel and her semicolon tattoo.

    Bleuel’s name has become synonymous with strength. She is the face behind the Project Semicolon, an initiative that is a “faith-based non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and love to those who are struggling with depression, suicide, addiction and self-injury.” With a mission of encouraging, loving, and inspiring, Bleuel’s initiative is rapidly growing and touching the lives of people everywhere.

    At the age of 18, Bleuel lost her father to suicide. Out of her struggles with depression, and a background of bullying, abuse, rape, and self-injury, Bleuel decided to take a stand. Perhaps unknowingly, she started a revolution. Continue reading

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  • Itching for New Ink? 8 Steps for Getting a Pet Tattoo

    • 29th September 2015
    • Posted byNitin Kaku
    Itching for New Ink? 8 Steps for Getting a Pet Tattoo

    You love your pet, and you’re ready to announce it to the world with a brand-new tattoo. Getting a tattoo is very easy now a days, right?

    Wait a second, is this the first time you’ve ever gotten a pet tattoo? Alrighty then. If this is your first time getting a tattoo, then you definitely need a few pointers before going ahead. Getting a tattoo of your pet is a big deal, and it takes a certain amount of preparation. Here are 8 steps to guide you through the process of getting your pet tattoo!

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