Larger objects, like chairs and tables, require larger backdrops and some different use of lights. Correct positioning of the piece on the backdrop is very important, and the angle from which you shoot the piece can make or break the image. Add to that a high gloss finish, and you can have some photography challenges. Here are the tips you need to solve those problems.
Effectively learn how to make sawhorses and matching shop stools with this instructional video hosted by master woodworker George Vondriska. When not in use, the stools and horses stack, keeping them out of your way. Everything can be made from only two sheets of plywood. We’ve provided the cutting diagram. This is a great projectWatch Now >>
Looking for buying advice on hand planes? This is for you, helping you determine if a standard angle or low angle block plane is best for you and your projects. Which is easier to push through the material? Which provides less chance of tear out? Which is best for cutting parallel to the grain? AcrossWatch Now >>
Learn how to set up for through dovetails using a Porter Cable dovetail jig. This is part two in a three- part series that will prepare you to successfully execute this joint every time. Part one covered the initial setup of the jig, and this video provides detailed instruction on how to cut the tailWatch Now >>
The compound miter saw is a very versatile and handy tool, but they’re only as good as the cuts they’re making. In this class you’ll learn some great tricks for making sure your saw is dead on accurate. We’ll test the saw by making cuts and checking the results. You need to have a perfectlyWatch Now >>