Asked in Photography
When would it be best to choose a landscape orientation?
The terms portrait and landscape orientation are largely self explanatory. When you want to photograph a subject and specifically highlight the subject's appearance, portrait orientation is generally best. If you are shooting a scene where there are several points of interest roughly along horizontal dimensions, or where it would seem natural to use a wider lens to capture left and right elements together in the shot, then a landscape orientation is generally best. The photographer begins composition at the moment she/he shoots, and...
Asked in Netball
What if a shooter catches the ball after taking a shot without it touching the ring in netball?
In netball, if the shooter shoots, misses the hoop and catches it, it will be a replay ball and the ball will be handed over to the other tea. ...
Asked in Gardening
Are secateurs and pruners the same thing?
They certainly serve a similar purpose. Generally speaking secateurs are used one handed and or for smaller branches. Pruners may be much larger with longer handles for tackling thicker off shoots, though this is not always the case. It may also depend on the manufacturer, some call single handed 'secateurs' pruners. ...
Asked in Tom Cruise
Is Tom Cruise left-handed?
No, he isn't. Actually, yes he is. He was born left handed. However, his kindergarten teacher forced him to write with his right hand. So even though he writes with his right hand, he is still left handed. He does everything else with his left hand. No, he doesn't do everything else left handed. Just watch his movies. He uses his right hand for EVERYTHING. The only two exceptions are in the movie Vanilla Sky and Valkyrie where his character lost the use...