Written by admin on Jun 17th, 2016 | Filed under: Miscellaneous Info
Many people have heard about healing using natural therapies. These practitioners are known as Naturopaths. However, do you also know that photographs can also be used as a mode of healing?
Phototherapy is the practice of using photographic images as a mode of healing. Phototherapists are professionals who use phototherapy to heal their clients.
There are several main techniques used in ...
Written by admin on Apr 9th, 2016 | Filed under: Miscellaneous Info
There are many free illustration and drawing programs. But there are very few painting program. What I meant as painting programs are those that allows the user to painting as in using natural paint media. Programs such as Photoshop, Photoplus and GIMP may be able to be used for painting. But that is not their main specialty.
A true digital painting ...
Written by admin on Jan 14th, 2016 | Filed under: Miscellaneous Info
Dental Digital Photography is a highly specialised area of photography. This type of photography is done by dentists instead of the usual photographers.
It is employed by dentists to take pictures of teeth and dental conditions. One of the main purpose is to show clients the appearance of their teeth.
Dental Digital Photography requires special equipments. One of the reasons for requiring specialized equipments ...
Written by admin on Dec 22nd, 2015 | Filed under: Miscellaneous Info
Everywhere you go in the modern world, you cannot miss the work of 3D. 3D can be found in movies, TV commercials and printed materials. It is used in visualisation and product promotion as well. 3D art is now a mainstay art form.
Here is a list of some popular 3D software on the market.
1. 3D Studio Max
Written by admin on Oct 27th, 2015 | Filed under: Miscellaneous Info
When you go to movies, many of the effects and objects are created using 3D software. Most products are created from digital 3D models.
As we can see, digital 3D technology is very prevalent in our current modern world and society. Therefore this area of work is increasingly ubiquitous in the world.
Below is a list of careers and job types related to the area of ...
Written by admin on Oct 6th, 2015 | Filed under: Miscellaneous Info
Photoshop is almost synonymous with photo and image editing. In fact, the term 'photoshopped' refers to an image being edited digitally. In the realm of digital image editing as well as creation of 2D graphics, this graphic program is the undisputed leader and king. Unfortunately, it is also not cheap. Luckily, there are more affordable alternatives out on the Market. If ...
Written by admin on Dec 17th, 2014 | Filed under: Miscellaneous Info
In ancient times, before the advent of money, people relied on barter trade to exchange and receive goods, resources and essential items.
Then came the concept of money and people continued to do business in a way that is more or less physically location-based. In fact this is still the current mode of business.
With the advent of the internet and world wide web, things are ...
Written by admin on Dec 5th, 2013 | Filed under: Miscellaneous Info
Mechanical Engineering can be a rather complex field of work. In the modern context, there are much software tools that can assist a mechanical engineer in his or her work. These tools include programs such as CAD (Computer Aided Design), Thermal analysis, FEMs applications.
Computer Aided Design tools can range from comparatively simple 2D Technical Drawing and Drafting programs to ...
Written by admin on Feb 25th, 2012 | Filed under: Miscellaneous Info
It is said that money makes the world go round. Is this true ?
Can a World function without money? Firstly what exactly is money? Money basically is a mode of exchange that is used as a standard for payment of goods, services and job rendered. The money type differs from country to country.
Our ancient cave man ancestors survived without money. ...
Written by Brandon on Mar 28th, 2009 | Filed under: Miscellaneous Info
Stanford Group Co. investors will soon submit a request to unfreeze around 3,000 bank accounts in a fraud suit against R. Allen Stanford.
Stanford filed papers last night that try to prove that a portion of the savings accounts are not involved in any fraud. This would allow some of Stanford's customers to begin taking back their money.