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Learning how to remove unwanted objects from a photo is a remarkably useful ability to have as a photographer. As we are accustomed to, Aaron Nace takes you through the steps on how to do it, and do it well. ( Ambiguous LL Cool J reference unintended)

Learning how to remove unwanted objects from a photo is a remarkably useful ability to have as a photographer. As we are accustomed to, Aaron Nace takes you through the steps on how to do it, and do it well. ( Ambiguous LL Cool J reference unintended)

1. Unbutton both buttons 2. Flip the cover over 3. Tuck the cuff and roll it under so that the cuff creates a new, precise end of the sleeve. 4. Repeat until desired length is achieved.

1. Unbutton both buttons 2. Flip the cover over 3. Tuck the cuff and roll it under so that the cuff creates a new, precise end of the sleeve. 4. Repeat until desired length is achieved.

http://www.paracordist.com this pictorial complements my video on the same weave http://youtu.be/WCY2WRyJ6Nk (Single color with side release buckle) and http://youtu.be/u6E1EZIqbEE (dual color explaining how to attach to a metal shackle). Both of my videos use a tuck finishing method like this pin, rather than burn which I also favor #paracord

http://www.paracordist.com this pictorial complements my video on the same weave http://youtu.be/WCY2WRyJ6Nk (Single color with side release buckle) and http://youtu.be/u6E1EZIqbEE (dual color explaining how to attach to a metal shackle). Both of my videos use a tuck finishing method like this pin, rather than burn which I also favor #paracord

How To Make A Paracord Survival Bracelet | 16 Projects | Survival Life - Survival Life | Preppers | Survival Gear | Blog

How To Make A Paracord Survival Bracelet | 16 Projects | Survival Life - Survival Life | Preppers | Survival Gear | Blog