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Tip Of The Day.

 

For those of you who don´t have photoshop, Gimp is a free software doing similair stuff as photoshop

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I read some time ago about the remove a tourist methood,http://www.snapmania.com/info/en/trm/ and figured out that would be a good Idea to use when taking a group photo, when there is always one in each photo blinking and what not, then put the best face of each person all togeather. To do this:

 

-Place your camera on a tripod,

-Have it on the same av and focus for all the shots,

-Then ask people not to move, but they can change facial expressions.

-Take 5 - 10 pictures (depending on how many people are on it)

-Then you can browse through the photos in the computer, and pick the best face of each person. Copy paste the faces part to one photo,some times it´s good to copy the face with some part around it and then use soft eraser to erace out around it.

    

Muse live at the o2 Arena. Second night to compliment the first. Not as samey as the previous as the roulette wheel chose New Born instead of Stockholm Syndrome, they played Falling Down instead of Sunburn and they ended on Knights of Cydonia instead of Survival.

 

Got more time to appreciate the visuals this time, good one Kirk

 

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A Opel Kadett B at the Bremen Classic Motorshow.

  

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A Opel Kadett D at the Oldtimermarkt Bockhorn.

  

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A Opel Kadett C Coupé at the Räderwerktreffen in Hameln.

  

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my friendz and am taking da pic while we going 2 al 5waneeeg

A Opel Manta B at the Opel club meet in Lemwerder.

  

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A Opel Kadett D at the Oldtimermarkt Bockhorn.

 

Back when I was a kid I often visited my grandfather, I can remember that many people in his neighborhood owned a Kadett D and other cars from Opel.

  

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In my trip to the office supply store I got to thinking about years ago when I worked in a cubicle. I always felt like cubicle office spaces are like mazes, which is in some context appropriate for the term "rat race."

 

Since I like making labyrinth quilts, it seemed the perfect fit. I created a miniature design of 1 inch blocks, 22 per side (484 total little squares). I mixed up black and gray squares to give a sense of different spaces within the office. The quilting is simple ditch stitching around the white path walls.

 

At the office supply store, I bought several black felt erasers (dry-erase), and several packs of white rubber erasers (for battery-powered erasers), plus a pack of cork tiles. I cut the felt to create cubicle walls, and used Fabri-Tac to adhere them and the rubber erasers to the quilt. The rubber erasers serve kind of a dual purpose as windows or counters/partial walls.

 

The lady at the store looked at my 4 felt erasers and 120 rubber erasers and said "You planning on making a lot of mistakes?"

 

I used Fabri-Tac to adhere the cork borders, then adhered strips of wood lattice on the back, to give it a hanging structure and protect the cork from breaking.

 

The final piece is 27 1/2" square. The fabrics were from stash, so the total cost with erasers, cork and wood came to just under $30. Created in the heart of cubicle country, Fairfield County CT.

Erace una vez....cuando era feliz y todo era tranquilidad .-

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