HOW TO CLEAN UP A PC : HOW TO CLEAN
How To Clean Up A Pc : Leather Jacket Dry Clean : Cleaning Stove Glass.
How To Clean Up A Pc
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A long-forgotten Polaroid of Joker and Batman from happier times...
In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.
– MLK Jr.
This one took more work than it looks, and I ended up with a clumsy, inefficent workflow:
1. Took Batman & Joker picture with an iPhone on my tabletop, holding Joker with one hand and trying to hit that tiny iPhone shutter button. Batman isn't a natural smiler. He hated this shoot.
2. Searched Flickr for an acceptable club crowd scene.
3. Cut out selection of Bats and Joker, using the quickmask method mostly. That method is a BIG misnomer. Quickmask is anything BUT quick.
4. Layered the two pictures, adjusting the top layer for color, size and perspective.
5. Flattened the file and sent it back to my iPhone.
6. Used the iPhone app Lo-mob to apply the polaroid frame and retro green effect.
7. Sent the resulting image back to my PC, cleaned up cutout edges, a little dodge-and-burn, healing brush, yada yada.
9. Wrote out the text with a sharpie, scanned it, and overlaid on top of frame (darken mode).
Bottom line: I can't believe how much work it is to recreate a retro look that was the standard 3 or 4 decades ago. DSLR technology today makes everyone's photos look all perfect, detailed and vibrant with one click. Making it look like a $1 polaroid picture takes effort.... oh the irony.
Nikkor PC Lens
I was very fortunate to be given a Nikkor PC (or Perspective Correction for short) lens yesterday. Unluckily my D100 is away for cleaning at the moment so I had to fire up the old steam powered F70 to test this lens out. I'm pretty clueless at the moment on how this lens is suppoed to work and as you can see by this image I just managed to make everyones faces look fat!
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