Description : This eBook was created to make the vision of Soft Diamond Light more accessible to a global audience, and more importantly, to add the powerful energy of Soft Diamond Light to the ‘online consciousness' of the internet. It is based on Part one of the hardcover, full color book, Soft Diamond Light, Only love Matters. The response to Soft Diamond Light has been that it raises the vibratory atmosphere of wherever it resides. It uplifts everyone who comes within its field of influence. It emanates a powerful electromagnetic field. It seems to activate and clean the inner superphysical atmosphere of your home or office space. The eBook explores the bridge between exoteric and esoteric science and introduces a new perspective on the science of physical manifestation. It explores how we can manifest the full superhuman potential of our spiritual selves into our physical reality. The Soft Diamond Light image originated from a deep meditation experience and subsequently became the catalyst for the creation of the book. The image is a symbol of love, which is soft and tender, yet still as strong and brilliant as a magnificent diamond. It inspires us to see the vision of Soft Diamond Light and the powerful potential within each of us to make a contribution towards a better world for our family, community, nation and planet. Every act of contribution, however simple, shifts the balance towards love and connection, away from the precipice of fear and separation. This shift can turn our lives here on this planet into a heaven on earth.
Description : Fire Of Love is the song of songs of the soul's ascent to God and mystical transformation into God. It is the universal story of human emergence into Divine Consciousness seen through the eyes of Curtis Lowe, a contemporary mystic who happens to be gay.
Description : London has a well-deserved reputation as a premier European design and style center. This volume covers up-to-the minute London design from the worlds of architecture, interiors and fashion. This truly is a comprehensive survey with coverage of cultural, commercial and residential spaces. In addition, there's an analysis of product design and other specialized areas. With a multitude of works from both Londoners by birth and those who've made their home there, this tome helps you stay in sync with all that's happening in the British capital.
Description : The light ray is fractured and the universal planes are clashing. And fifteen-year-old Tarl Argon, who holds a special knowledge bestowed by his late mother, is called upon to balance these paths. The task seems impossible, but Tarl sees no alternative but to follow the plan. Tarls journey takes him to extraordinary worlds where he discovers he is capable of a lot more than he thought possible. But many questions haunt him. Will he find Truth and Light? Can he learn to understand the triangle of expanding life? Can he face his demons in time to pull these paths into alignment? Or will the prophesized catastrophes annihilate everything? As the universe rips, Tarls fears threaten to overwhelm him until he is confronted with a face he has seen in his dreams. Could this strange, young girl with the grey eyes be the key? He has seen her future in the Moon Gate but he must not let that future happen. With the help of his Uncle Rembeu the Teacher, Melik the Star Gazer, and Umbra the Light Worker, he must hope his imagination is only the beginning of what is possible.
Description : The most essential factor in creating a successful, salable portrait is properly lighting the face. But, every face is different, and, each face type requires a different style of lighting. It is imperative that the photographer realizes this. From the subjects’ complexion and facial size, to their clothing, hair color and setting, there are many aspects to consider when lighting a client. The photographer must also take into consideration what type of product the client wants: senior portrait, bridal portrait, glamour or professional. Each one of these requires something different. Properly and efficiently addressing all of these factors will set you and your business apart from the competition. In this book, Smith focuses on teaching photographers how to conceptualize and produce portraits that will please the client. He emphasizes that he is not creating his own artistic vision, but that he is crafting what the client wants. That is not to say the results aren’t artful and creative. Both of those things are very important, as Smith shows, but the main goal as a successful professional photographer is to create portraits that the subject wants to buy. Smith advises photographers to be aware of a subject’s self-image when creating the portrait, being sure not to light them in a manner that is unflattering or distorted. Success in creating salable portraits relies as much on understanding people and the way our self image functions as it does understanding the proper techniques of lighting. First, Smith discusses the differences between face types and what to be aware of when setting up the lighting for each. Proper metering and placement of light source are essential to controlling your highlights, your shadowing and the transition area in between. Establishing a system for modifying your lighting setup for each subject is emphasized. The concept of Camera Sight, or visualizing the finished photo ahead of time to look for potential problem areas, is very important. As Smith admits, this skill comes with experience. Where he once had to take many test shots to pick out these issues, he is now able to able to see them before he shoots a single frame. This is a skill that develops over time with training and practice. The author then explains the differences between shooting in a studio and shooting on location, both indoors and outdoors. Different equipment is required for each scenario, but the equipment used for shooting outdoors can even differ depending on the time of day. While the most ideal natural light occurs just after sunrise or just before sunset, most customers do not want to have their portraits taken at 5am or late in the day. So, the photographer needs to be prepared to shoot in the harsh midday sun. In addition to lighting the face, the photographer must find usable light to illuminate the background properly. Smith details the lighting system he uses for outdoor portraiture and presents it in the context of his shooting experiences. While studio shoots provide greater levels of comfort and consistency compared to a location shoot, there are still many things required to get that perfect shot. Properly applying fill, accent light and shadowing are just as important in the studio as they are on location. Understanding the concepts of traditional lighting allows the photographer to consistently create studio portraits that will please any customer. The most important part of the face to light properly is the eyes. Smith explains in detail what factors a successful photographer must consider to get the final portrait every client wants. Whether it is a difference in the size of the client’s eyes or ears, asymmetrical lips, or a crooked nose, there are ways to light these to correct the differences. Using artistry and creative vision to adapt from the comfort of studio shoots to the complicated and diverse demands of location shoots, Smith provides the reader with the tools to capture what the client wants every time.