1. Heartbeats of Fiji

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    from Jon Kasbe Added 4,060 80 12

    Ben is searching for purpose. Masi is following a dream. From separate islands, yet connected through music, their paths crossed at Fiji's Beat Making Lab. The Beat Making Lab believes music can transform individuals and communities. They build studios around the world, training youth in the art of beat making. http://www.beatmakinglab.com

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    • 3ds Max 2010 High Poly Modeling - Lesson 1

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      from Don Ott Added 25.6K 69 15

      This is my first video on the introduction to high poly modeling. This tutorial is written for the intermediates who have a basic understanding of 3ds Max 2010 and the interface and basic creation methods in the software. It is also geared for people interested in learning the very basics of doing high poly modeling.

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      • A Lesson in Spelling

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        from Alex Trimpe Added 4,003 66 4

        This was inspired by: http://theoatmeal.com/comics/misspelling Check out my site: http://alextrimpe.com

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        • RC Sproul interviews DA Carson on biblical exegesis

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          Two scholars sit down for a short discussion about hermeneutics, problem Bible passages, and exegetical fallacies.

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          • Foundational Reading Skills: Fluency (K-2)

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            from TC Reading and Writing Project Added 13.5K 60 1

            Lucy Calkins and Colleagues at the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project present Foundational Reading Skills: Fluency (K-2)

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            • A Reading Conference: Assessment-Based Responsive Teaching to Support Comprehension ( K-2 )

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              from TC Reading and Writing Project Added 15.2K 60 2

              Lucy Calkins and Colleagues at the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project present A Reading Conference: Assessment-Based Responsive Teaching to Support Comprehension (K-2)

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              • Control the Light and Improve Your Photography: Part I – Portraiture using Available Light

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                from Sekonic Added 18.7K 58 6

                In this live video presentation, we’re going to focus on portrait photography using ambient light – to be more exact, we’re going to use a window as our main light. A large window can be a great source of light, but to create a great portrait, you often need to shape and add some fill light to create more depth and beauty. To create great images you need to know how to shape the light on your subject. Knowing when to add additional light and seeing when to subtract light are aspects of lighting control that will add shape, dimension and beauty in your photography. To accomplish this, we’re going to use a handheld light meter to provide us the information we need. Handheld Light meters are not just about exposure – they put you in control of shaping the light in your photograph because they can tell you the exact amount of light falling on different areas of your subject. If you’re tired of bracketing multiple exposures in an attempt to get one great shot, or if you’re ready to take the quality of your portrait photography to the next level, join us for this live class and see the benefits that a handheld light meter can bring to your images. With the information it can provide, you can shape the light to your needs and end the frustrations of exposure insecurity. Learn More at: www.Sekonic.com

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                • Ms. Willa & Friends 2013 Weaving Seminar Trailer

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                  from PicsAndFlixs Added 1,497 58 0

                  Ms. Willa World 704.750.1856 BookingMsWillaWorld@gmail.com www.TheRealMsWillaWorld.com InstaGram - @Ms_WillaWorld ***Behind the Scenes DVD COMING SOON!!*** Dir: Sean-D Video Inquiries: PicsAndFlixs@gmail.com

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                  • Comparing and Contrasting Fairy Tales (K-2)

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                    from TC Reading and Writing Project Added 14K 56 0

                    Lucy Calkins and Colleagues at the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project present Comparing and Contrasting Fairy Tales (K-2)

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