Feeling Age Creeping Up On You? Get With The Beat

Posted on: 23 December 2018

If you are noticing that your joints ache when you first get up, get tired and out of breath easily, and seem to have a harder time remembering things, it just might be time to enroll in dance classes. While you might not feel comfortable a first, and it may take some time before you feel you are not just wasting your time, there are so many benefits to becoming involved in this type of activity.
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3 Ways To Retain The Maximum Resale Value Of Your Classic Muscle Car

Posted on: 28 April 2018

They don't make classic muscle cars like they used to. Whether you're an enthusiast looking to maintain the trade value of your ride or a collector looking to increase the resale value of your investment, here are three ways to maximize what your car is worth in the future. 1. Keep Your Car in a Climate Controlled Storage Facility Parking your classic car outside can wreak havoc on it over time.
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Reasons That A Body Piercing Can Be Better Than A Tattoo

Posted on: 10 April 2018

If you're thinking about getting a body piercing, you should start by evaluating the best part of your body for this art. You don't need to make this decision overnight. Looking at photos of body piercings online, talking to friends who have piercings, and even asking some questions in an internet forum can all help you to confirm that this will be the right move for you. If you've been juggling the idea of a body piercing and a tattoo, it's important to remember that you can get both — and often from the same studio.
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An Introduction To Using LUTS In Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018

Posted on: 20 March 2018

Lookup Tables (LUTs) are a very powerful tool that can be used in Adobe Premiere to help with color correcting your raw footage. If you have never used a LUT before, here is an introduction to get you started. What is a LUT? A LUT is quite different than using a color correction tool. It is, essentially, a set of values that change the color of your footage. It takes the basic colors of red, green, and blue, and modifies these colors in a very specific way across the board to give a consistent look when used.
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