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Nov/06/2015 

If you have or are about to purchase a domain name, YOU could be in trouble and you don't even know it yet... See, what the domainsellers won't tell you is usually that the domain name you are also... or If you have or are about to buy a domain name, YOU could be in trouble and you don't even know it yet... See, what the domain sellers won't tell you may domain name you are purchasing or have purchased can possibly infringe on trademark rights you can even offer lose that domain name or perhaps worse. Trademark and servicemark laws apply not only off-line but on-line as well and they even apply to domain names. Now, a trademark generally applies to goods where as a servicemark applies to services. For the purpose of this article I will make reference to trademarks as the same rules apply. A trademark can consist word, name, symbol, or device and it is used to distinguish and indentify the goods and services from one person or company from that of yet another. The purpose of a trademark is to prevent confusion in the eyes of the buyer relating to particular goods and services. Basically, they are to prevent unfair competition. So with that said, just when you purchased a particular domain name it does not necessarily mean you have exclusive rights with out. If there is a trademark in your domain name, the mark owner displays legal right to send merely "cease and desist" letter and maybe take that domain name apart from you. If you don't believe a word I've said significantly then I offer myself as proof because it happened to me. I recently lost one of my domain names under this exact same event. For legal reasons I can't tell you the website name as I agreed to make no further references to it, but there were two words in my domain name that have been associated with a trademark. Now, I wasn't aware of this when I purchased the site. And I definitely wasn't aware of trademark as well as regulations. Don't be ignorant on the subject like I was already. You can avoid any potential problems by educating yourself and thereby preventing the samething from happening to you. Don't make the same mistake that i did! Do your research everybody a domain name and together with there is NO trademark having that name. There are trademark search engines where you can type in a word perhaps phrase and it will let you if it is a trademark. You can visit the United States Patent And Trademark Office (USPTO) website to execute a trademark search: Now, with my case I chose not to fight the trademark dispute and lost the fight my domain name voluntarily. I felt it just wasn't worth the time, money and headaches to file for a fight over this. By means of should ever happen to you, you do have rights presently there are proper channels to follow to settle the dispute. Contact a lawyer who specializes in search engine optimization. And don't even think for one minute this sort of thing can't happen to you. Trust me. If you have a trademark in your domain name basically a matter of time before you get that letter in the mail like I did. There are extensive cases all over the internet concerning disputes over trademark and domain names. Don't you be one of them... If you desire to more information on the subject of trademarks and domain names then This article and any links associated destinations are for informational purposes only and not intended as guidance. As always, speak to an attorney who concentrates on this field in the event of a dispute.
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Nov/01/2015 

Whether you consider yourself an amateur photographer, or you just want to create better family photos, there are many things you can do to get better photos. Here are some easy tips to use the next time you head out with your digital camera.

Even a beginner can take professional-looking photos - suitable for framing.

Be Prepared

Keep all your photography equipment ready for use. Collect everything you’ll need into one place. A camera bag is ideal, because it keeps all your stuff together and lets you carry it all with you. Everything in its place. A good camera bag will let you organize a miniature tripod, extra battereis, memory cards, etc. - even a plastic bag or waterproof housing to protect your camera in wet weather.

Hold your Camera Steady

Blurry photos are almost always the result of camera movement. Just your own unsteadiness, causes your camera to shake enough to blur your pictures.

So steady yourself and your camera before you take the shot.

Plant your feet firmly on the ground and tuck your elbows in close to your sides. Instead of using the LCD viewer, steady your camera against your forehead and frame the shot using your camera’s viewfinder. You can also steady your upper body by leaning against a wall or a tree. Or totally eliminate any camera movement by using a tripod.

Once you’re all set, gently press the shutter release in one motion. Pressing the shutter release too hard could jerk the camera downward.

Get Closer

One difference in “snapshots” and really great photos is the composition of the shot. Unless you’re shooting an outdoor landscape, you can improve most photos just by getting closer to your subject. Depending on the situation, you can physically move closer to your subject, or use the zoom feature on your camera for the same effect. Try to get within a few feet of your subject so you eliminate most of the background. You’ll like the results.

Take more Pictures

Even professionals take loads of shots of the same subject - to get just a few that they will use. With a digital camera, you can delete the images you don’t like, and only print the winners - so don’t hesitate to take several shots of the same subject. Change the angle of the shot. Get a little closer. Adjust the lighting.

Why not fill the entire memory card with pictures of your kid at the pool, or your daughter in her cap and gown? The more pictures you take, the better the odds that you’ll get a few shots that will really thrill you.

Vary the Lighting

Using natural light will give better skin tones when photographing people, so try not to use the flash if you don’t have to. Outdoor daylight shots are easy, but you’ll have to be a little more creative when shooting indoors. Try using the light coming in from a window for warmer tones than you would get using the flash.

Experiment with natural lighting. You can get stronger shadows by moving your subject closer to a window, and turning your subject can create more dramatic shadows.

Eliminate Red-Eye

Red-eye is the result of light passing through your subject’s eye and reflecting back. You’ll get it more often when using your flash, just because the light from the flash isn’t as diffused as natural light. So the first tip for eliminating red-eye is simply to avoid using your flash when you don’t absolutely have to.

Another way to reduce red-eye is to have your subject look anywhere but at the camera. This reduces red-eye because any reflection isn’t directed back at your camera lens.

If you have to use the flash, some digital cameras have a built-in feature to automatically remove red-eye. Use it.

Go for Candid

Instead of posing two (or more) people looking directly at the camera, get a shot of them interacting with one another. Even two people having a conversation is more interesting than having them stand next to each other facing the camera. Some of the best professional portraits have the subject captured deep in thought, with their attention focused inward, rather than on the camera lens.

It makes a more interesting shot. Your portrait will look more natural - less posed.

Create a Scene

Putting your subject in the center of a photo is just boring. You’ll get a much more pleasing result if you place your subject off center when you frame the shot.

This is a truly professional technique. Place your subject so that they occupy 1/3 to 1/2 of the total composition, but NOT at the exact center of the frame. Capture an interesting background object in the rest of the frame.

Anybody can practice these techniques. They’re easy and you’ll get better, more professional photos.

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Nov/01/2015 

ust bought a new camera ?? And very excited to start taking photos with your new gadget??

But Alas, why does the picture not look as good as you wanted to !! Fret no more, stay tuned below for 4 new tricks to taking more interesting and memorable photos.


Trick #1 - Try out different camera exposure settings
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By exploring the exposure settings of your camera, you could have pictures looking more brilliant with 0.5 to 2 stops underexposed in bright surroundings, and scenes appearing more clear with some overexposure. Just by simple tuning of the exposure level, you can create 

pictures which can bring out different moods from people viewing it. Thats why the quote "A Picture Says A Thousand Words" is very true indeed ! For newbies, try out bracketing (i.e: Take the same photos with different exposure levels) and take your favorite pick from them.


Trick #2 - Bring out some creative blur in photos
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By introducing some well-planned blur in photos, you can bring across certain important features, while using the rest as good complement, providing an overall nice touch. This can be done in 2 basic types.

First type is depth-of-field blur. Varying the lens aperture between 0.4 to 1.4 can create a lovely, soft background blur which bring sharp focus to the subject in the foreground.

Second type is movement blur. Done by setting the camera exposure on shutter priority, and keep it slow so as to capture interesting streaks as the subject moves in front of the camera.


Trick #3 - Create something out of nothing !!
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What does it means? This exercise encourages you to take a step back and rethink how you can take wonderful pictures with things you already encountered on a daily basis.

One approach is to create your shot around the common elements around you such as lines, space and patterns. This can mean anything from the roads to the bridges, the trees, the railings, etc.. You start to see more possibilities and room for creativity.


Trick #4 - Take Unique Photos !!
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Try to avoid taking photos from already popular places where everyone else has taken before, it will not be fresh, and the excitement is also much diminished. Try out new extreme photography (for example: underwater photography), or it could be as easy as shooting through thick glasses for that extra 3D feel, or shooting reflections of objects in water or other reflective objects.

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