If you’d like some clip art to use as part of your print, I’m a subscriber to the web site which has heaps (10 million, so they say!) of good quality images on it. Visit the Clipart website to find the image you want to use as part of your design, use the search box on the left of the page. After clicking on the info/download button, you can then email me the item number or the image you like, I then download the image, to use in your design. Fonts work differently to clip art - I need the font's name (which usually start with the prefix JI). Don't try to download the image or font yourself.
I have been getting "serious" about photography over the last few months. My friend, whom I might add is a very talented photographer, emailed me this website and said this is where she learned quite I bit. We went out the other weekend and i was playing around with her Canon. She was explaining a lot of ISO/aperture/shutter speed/white balance/"rule of thirds"/etc. This was the first time I have had anyone break all of that down like that. A lot of it stuck, or at least planted a seed. I just read about five or so articles on this site, on my iPhone sitting on my couch, and feel like I just found the 'Holy Grail' for beginner photographers wanting to get to the next level. Keep up the great knowledge!!
I worked with them in ‘Lincoln’. I was there for 11 days and loved every bit of it. I was featured in the War Dept. scene using a morse code key. Also the flag raising scene, the House scene voting on the 13th Amendment and in the amputee scene in a horse and carriage. I tried as much as possible to learn and watch how they were doing everything. It was an incredible experience and thank you for the article here. I loved it, very in depth and very insightful. I own a Bell and Howell 2709 35mm and am getting ready to test film with it. It was found on a landfill in Long Island and I was lucky enough to buy it off the finder 22 years ago. It was built in 1918 and has links to USN and some animation company in NY. I am looking forward to allowing it to see film for the first time in maybe 50 years and it very exciting. Peace F. O’Doherty B&H 2709 #289