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  • Rehearsed, Or "Off-The-Cuff"? Why It Makes A Difference In A Live Event Production

    Live event productions can be approached in one of two ways. First, you can rehearse the event at least a couple of times so that it is an entertaining event that does not get the entertainers hurt. Second, you do not rehearse, and you can just go "off-the-cuff" or ad-lib everything. Here is more about these two approaches and why choosing one over another can make a big difference in your live event production.
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  • How To Give A Self-Portrait As A Gift This Holiday Season

    The holiday gift giving season is quickly approaching. While gift cards and cash are easy, go-to options that just about everyone enjoys, why not do something different this year? Consider a unique, thought-out gift like a portrait of them to show your love and appreciation. Choose A Special Moment If your plan is to have the portrait prepared ahead of time, try to find a photo that represents a special moment within your loved one's life.
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  • Help Your Business Stand Out At The Next Industry Convention

    The thought of going to an industry convention can be daunting for a company. You might wonder how you can stand out among all the other businesses there. Below are some ideas you can use to make a great impression on convention visitors. Try 3D Foam Theming One great way to wow your customers at a convention is by using 3D foam sculptures and theming. Of course, you can design foam pieces and cut the foam yourself, but technology offers you many more options.
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  • Keys To Designing An Effective Logo

    When you design a logo, your goal should be to create something that will bring your company to a potential consumer's mind. Obviously, such a logo requires more than a few quick sketches. While you should work with a professional to help you design your logo, you should start by getting a few ideas together on your own. If nothing else, it will give your logo designer a jumping off point.
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  • 4 Things To Consider If Hiring A Videographer For Your Wedding

    When preparing for your wedding day, there are so many different moving parts that it can feel as if you don't have time for much more. When you hire your wedding videographer, you might just have a quick meeting, make a down-payment and not think about them again until they appear at your wedding. However, in order to have a truly memorable wedding film and get the best from the videography company you've chosen, consider doing the following things before your big day.
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  • Aftercare Essentials For Your First Tattoo

    For the uninitiated, there are a host of different factors that lie in wait to deform and disfigure your first tattoo. Unfortunately, even with the best artist in the world working on you, it's impossible to ensure your tattoo will heal properly without good aftercare practices. Knowing what you need to do to care for your first tattoo will ensure that it still looks clear and crisp ten years after the needle stops buzzing.
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  • The Importance Of High Quality Video Production

    Kickstarter is an amazing tool. Crowdfunding is something that's revolutionizing the business model for a huge number of industries. Anyone can create up a Kickstarter; all they need is an idea. But because of Kickerstarter's inclusiveness this also means that there are hundreds of other entrepreneurs and visionaries presenting their own ideas right alongside you. As such, it can be difficult to stand out. And that's where hiring a professional video production company is absolutely essential to help ensure your Kickstarter's success.
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  • 4 Things People Want Out Of Image Bookmarking Sites

    Are you into image bookmarking sites? Take a look at some of the aspects of user interfaces and features that people are looking for when they use these types of image aggregation tools. Accessible Format One of the biggest conventions with image bookmarking sites and similar web sites is that they present pictures or thumbnails in a very accessible way, in neatly formatted rows with easy scrolling. Users don't want to have to look all over for the pictures they're looking for—having pictures front and center on the page is part of the user experience that these sites provide.
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