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How To: Take a picture of an exploding water balloon

Fine tune your photography skills with this video lesson on how to take a picture of an exploding water balloon. You'll see what equipment you'll need, like cameras, lights, flashes, etc. Pixel Catcher shows you how. It's a matter of perfection, so check out this video to see how to take that photo of exploding water balloons. You could apply this principal to any photograph!

How To: Make beef and rice stuffed bell peppers

Stuffed bell peppers can be prepared in an infinite number of delicious ways. Whole peppers, half peppers, red or green peppers, meat or vegetables or both? The debate will rage as long as chefs like to talk, and that's not going to change any time soon. This particular recipe calls for beef sausage and rice as the principal elements of the stuffing, and halved green peppers for the shell. As always, the dish is easy to prepare, takes quite some time to cook, but yields a delicious, hearty re...

How To: Make Halloween lanterns

This video shows the viewer how to make Halloween style lanterns using commonly available items. The base lantern is a Chinese style paper lantern; these can be purchase from home retail stores. The general principal is too cut out the shapes of insects from black paper. These can then be fixed to the lantern to project the image. Additionally holes can be cut in the insects and covered with red tissue paper. The light will shine through the red tissue paper giving the appearance of blood. Th...

How To: Knit a color-graded hat

When it comes to knitting patterns, simple algorithms can have very aesthetically pleasing results. Take the simple color-graded hat. See how to knit a color-graded hat with this easy, up close demonstration by Judy Graham, Knitter to the Stars.

How To: Apply the 7th Law of Exponents

This video explains how to apply the 7th Law of Exponents. The principal rule explained here is that "To raise a quotient to a power, You can multiply each of its terms by the same power". This is a simple rule explained clearly with the help of a couple of examples, which is so simple that once you watch this video you will never make any mistake as far as the 7th Law of Exponents is concerned. It has also got a couple of more parts, do visit them and learn more.

How To: Create an amortization table in Microsoft Excel

New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 515th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to create an amortization table that will update when you pay extra principal so that loan is paid off early. See also how to make changes to a template, get into trouble, then trouble shoot your way out of it so that you can fix ...

How To: Discuss constitutional rights as a Boy Scout

As a Boy Scout, when the First Class rank is attained, a scout has learned all the basic camping and outdoors skills of a scout. He can fend for himself in the wild, lead others on a hike or campout, set up a camp site, plan and properly prepare meals, and provide first aid for most situations he may encounter. A First Class scout is prepared.

How To: Remember the parts of the cell

Are you much for science? Cytoplasm. Nucleus. Endoplasmic reticulum. Organelle. These words might sound alien, but breaking down the parts of a cell and their functions will help you remember. This is one of the best ways for cell identification, and it's perfect for science class studying.

How To: Wash your car exterior using the two bucket method

Jacob shows the importance of washing your car properly. First use two buckets. Fill one with soapy water, the other to rinse your car. Use a grip guard to keep your tools above water, and use white buckets. The principal is to keep the wash water as clean as possible. Get your sponge soapy, wipe the car. You then rinse it in the clean water, making sure there's no dirt. Use the foam/rinse method to wash. First use a soapy sponge, making sure the sponge doesn't actually touch the car, then ri...

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