Posts Tagged ‘HowTo’

Flowers Wheelbarrow

January 31, 2018 Leave a comment

Project Name: Flowers Wheelbarrow
Start Date: 7/1/2018
End Date: 24/1/2018
Working hours: 1 hours daily (not working in weekends)

Drill || Screws/Nails || Saw | Gloves || Wood || Sander or Sander paper || Measure || Pencil || Paint

Wheelbarrow Size:
You have to decide the size of the Wheelbarrow you want to build, this will give you an idea of how much wood and Nails you may need. I use a old wood pallet in my yard; the disassembling it was not easy.

Wood pallte After Disassembling

Sketches: First thing to start with..
Start with some Sketches, Here is my fast sketch of this Flowers Wheelbarrow i start with fast lines then add the measures and dimensions, the image here before the measures.

Fast Sketches of the Wheelbarrow parts

To create the wheel:
I draw a circle on a paper (diameter is important) glue it on a 2 pieces (5″ diameter, 2.5cm-thick ) wood strips from the pallet, and cut-off.

Needs more sandpaper

Wheelbarrow Side:
You need two pieces for the side, I cut the upper side in curve to give it some design.

Fixing everything: re-assembling
After fixing all parts you will get something like this, also I apply the sander machine on all the parts to make it smooth.

I am using the Dark Walnut (code: PPF-51 or #4e3d36) color.


Final looks
This is the final look of my Flowers Wheelbarrow still did not paint it, i may keep it like this.. am not sure.

Don’t throw out any remaining parts of what you are cutting, you may need it for this project or for other once.


Lunch Time

December 25, 2014 Leave a comment

In Hyde Park London, next to the lake you will see amazing birds groups flying everywhere, and the people are feeding them with Grains or Bread Crumbs. Here i am shooting this seabird while it trying to find out from where it can start.

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::Camera Setting::
Camera: Nikon D7100
F-number: f/5.6
Exposure: 1/200 sec.
Lens: Nikkor 18-300m @ 82m

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New Frame Art with Photoshop Action

August 21, 2012 1 comment

This is a new Frame ART that i create with Photoshop Action, I use it on three of my photos and you can Download it FREE from My Download Section.

This is a photo taken with Nikon D90, and i apply the Frame Art.

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This is a photo from Paris Visit 2008 by Sony T100, I capture this in La Vallee Village

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Another photo from Paris 2008.

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Catching the Drop

August 15, 2012 Leave a comment

Another photo from the milk drops project, here I use the yellow color mixed with milk so the drops are almost white. I am using Nikon camera D90 with Nikon 35mm.

تصوير قطرات تساقط الحليب، تم اضافة اللون الاصفر ولكن بكمية قليلة
تم استخدام كاميرا نيكون دي90 وعدسة نيكون 35مم ومصدر انارة خارجي
الدروس المستفاده: يجب استخدام مصدر اناة اعلى وتقليل الايزم

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The Two Drops..

July 25, 2012 2 comments

The first drop is about to sink in the milk where the second yellow drop is in the it’s way to touch down and meet the milk surface.

This is another picture from ‘The Milk Drop Projects’ I use a milk and colors, Nikon D90, Nikon 35mm lens and light source.

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The Blue Pearl, The Art of the Milk..

This is one of the ‘Milk Drop Project‘ result, I called it ‘The Blue Pearl‘ where you can see the Milk drop is touching the surface in a way it’s look floating there.
Again, it is not clear with lots of noisy (200ISO, 35mm lens and external light source) … Read More

The Blue color from HP printer cartridge.
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Yellow Milk Marble

The yellow and white colors are mixed in very beautiful way in this milk drop catch, the reaction of the drop and gravity create this effect, i get lots of such shots in this Milk Drop session.

-:{Camera Setting }:-
Model = NIKON D90
Date Time = 2012-07-12 16:30:30
Exposure Time = 1/640″
F Number = F2.5
Exposure Program = Manual
ISO Speed Ratings = 200
Exposure Bias Value = +5EV
Focal Length = 35mm [Nikon 35mm lens]

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