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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.

    

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

 

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What I did was I took my friend and shot him at the worng time, but I didn't erace it because I found a thing to do with it. I took the fox photo form the internet and changed it up a little bit. then I went in to photoshop and put my friend over the fox photo and then resize his photo. last I changer the layers box from normal to luminosity. but I also change what the the fox photo look like.

  

it rained today, so i went for a walk. it’s easier to go for a walk in the rain because i can hide my head under my umbrella. when i got home, i drew this.

 

i have to erase my mouth because i have many secrets.

 

for one, my umbrella is actually baby blue, not red.

 

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National Convention City Face-Off: Philly vs. Cleveland

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With both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions coming up (July 18-21 and 25-28, respectively), TPG Contributor Adam Erace takes a closer look at the two host cities, Philadelphia and Cleveland, to see which one is a more worthy contender.

 

Unless you’ve been living in a doomsday bunker we’ll all be trying to buy our way into soon, you may have heard the Republican and Democratic National Conventions are set to take over two major American cities this month. The presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump is sweeping into Cleveland, while the presumptive Democratic nominee, fresh off a better-late-than-never endorsement from primary rival Bernie Sanders, will be turning Philadelphia into Hilladelphia. Considering a visit? Here’s how these two towns stack up.

 

The Airport

 

An American Airlines hub, Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is much nicer, larger, better served and closer to downtown than Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE), a one-time hub of United, then Continental, then post-merger United before being formally jettisoned in 2014. That said, many employees of PHL’s subcontractors — including baggage handlers, wheelchair attendants, plane cleaners and security personnel — just voted to strike during the DNC, so, keep an eye on that if you’re planning a trip to the City of Brotherly Love anytime soon. Advantage: Philadelphia

 

Obligatory Touristy Sightseeing

 

You can’t go to Philly without seeing Independence Hall, the site at which we honor the signing of the Declaration of Independence. You can’t go to Cleveland without seeing the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the site at which we honor acts like the Beatles, David Bowie, Joni Mitchell, Chubby Checker and N.W.A. Advantage: Draw

 

Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Image courtesy of Shutterstock.

What You’ll Actually Want to See

 

One of the most popular places to visit in Philly right now is Spruce Street Harbor Park, a seasonal pop-up greenway along the Delaware River. The park draws a diverse mix of tourists and locals — it’s adjacent to the Hilton Penn’s Landing, a former Hyatt, offering a real cross-section of the city that flocks here to stroll the floating boardwalks, read paperbacks in hammocks and devour towering cones from an ice cream parlor housed in a converted shipping container. In Cleveland, the West Side Market in the hip Ohio City neighborhood has been a food mecca since 1912. The historic site, an architectural jaw-dropper, is where Polish immigrants once shopped for kielbasa and kraut. Now, their descendants come for the same treasures, plus artisanal jerky, pork tamales and maple syrup from Geauga County. Advantage: Cleveland

 

Cleveland’s historic West Side Market in the trendy Ohio City neighborhood. Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons.

Award-Winning Export

 

If you polled Philadelphians on their favorite sandwich, most wouldn’t pick the city’s best known invention, the cheesesteak. Instead, you’d hear an awful lot about roast pork, a sandwich involving slow-roasted, thinly-sliced pig dripping with jus, tucked into a crusty Italian roll with bitter broccoli rabe and sharp provolone. The formula is perfected at John’s Roast Pork, a cinderblock luncheonette in South Philly that, in break from tradition, swaps the rabe for sautéed spinach. John’s won the James Beard America’s Classic Award in 2006. Cleveland, meanwhile, doesn’t come up short in this category. Thanks to the city’s deep Eastern European roots, pierogi are sacred, and there’s nowhere better to enjoy them than at Sokolowski’s University Inn, a pine-paneled cafeteria-style time capsule that took home its own America’s Classic Award in 2014. Move down the buffet line and order a big helping of dumplings with sour cream and caramelized onions from the third-generation owners. Sokolowski’s has had nearly a century to perfect its recipe. Advantage: Philadelphia

 

The iconic roast pork sandwich from John’s. Image courtesy of Visit Philly.

Sports

 

Thinking of catching a ballgame while in town? Here’s the record of the Philadelphia Phillies at press time: 42-48. Record of the Cleveland Indians at press time: 52-36. Advantage: Cleveland

 

Famous Chef

 

The convention host cities’ most recognizable chefs each owe their fame to TV — specifically, Food Network’s Next Iron Chef. Cleveland’s Michael Symon won the cooking competition in 2007. Philly’s Jose Garces won the same title two years later. Each chef owns multiple restaurants in his respective city, but only one has parlayed his 15 minutes into a brighter spotlight — Symon is one of the hosts of The Chew on ABC. Advantage: Cleveland

 

Chef that Locals Actually Love

 

Philadelphians adore Michael Solomonov, whose exotically spiced sensation Zahav kicked off the country’s current craze for Israeli cooking. Solo, as he’s known in Philly, also co-owns a fantastic, idiosyncratic, oft-imitated fried chicken-and-donut shop, Federal Donuts, as well as bunch of other concept restaurants in the city. His cookbook, Zahav, was named the James Beard Foundation’s Cookbook of the Year. In Cleveland, the culinary golden boy is Jonathan Sawyer, whose Greenhouse Tavern changed the game for downtown’s food scene. The red-bearded chef’s other efforts include a group of casual NoodleCat restaurants and his own vinegar line. Advantage: Philadelphia

 

Animal Style Frites are a mainstay on the menu at Jonathan Sawyer’s Greenhouse Tavern. Image courtesy of Greenhouse Tavern.

Weather

 

It’s the dead of summer and both cities are going to be as sticky as syrup factories. At least Cleveland is situated on Lake Erie, which usually kicks up a fair amount of merciful wind. Advantage: Cleveland

 

Hotel Rooms

 

Neither city has an especially robust or noteworthy hotel scene, and what stock there is in Philly during the DNC has been snapped up long ago. In Center City, a recent search on Kayak turned up exactly two options with bookable rooms (both in the $500+ range): the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown and Courtyard Philadelphia Downtown, both located steps from City Hall. Each is a Category 7 property; and normally, redemptions would start at 35,000 Marriott Reward points per night. Cleveland’s availability is even worse, with your closest bookable option to downtown being the frumpy University Hotel & Suites, which, if it was affiliated with a hotel brand, would likely be a Category Negative 6. Oh, and it’s only $713 a night! Advantage: Philadelphia

 

Convention Location

 

Each city is housing a convention event in a sports arena easily reached by public transportation. In Philly, delegates will gather in the Wells Fargo Center, home to the 76ers and Flyers, and part of the sports complex about three miles south of Center City. In Cleveland, the Cavaliers’ “Q” (Quicken Loans Arena) will host the Republicans right downtown. Proximity to the main business district might seem like an advantage, but Philly learned the hard way how security and road closures can murder commercial business during large-scale events when the city hosted Pope Francis last fall. Road closures in Cleveland will turn a significant part of downtown into a mess, while in Philly, traffic will be confined to a square mile surrounded by nothing but parkland and parking lots. Advantage: Philadelphia

 

The RNC’s 2016 home at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. Image courtesy of Shutterstock.

The Verdict

 

Philly edges out Cleveland, but just slightly. In all honesty, these are two great American cities on the upswing, and each party is lucky to have them as their respective hosts.

 

Which city do you think is better, Philly or Cleveland? Sound off, below.

 

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Year: 1575 (1570s)

Authors: Gilberti, Maturino, 1498-1585 Espinosa, Antonio de, d. 1578. prt León, Nicolás, 1859-1929. fmo RPJCB

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Title: Cronica de la Prouincia Peruana del Orden de los Ermitanos de S. Agustin nuestro padre : diuidada en ocho libros por este orden. Los quatro primeros reducidos a suma en vn epitome, o compendio del tomo primero, añadido al segundo, para complemento de la historia. Los otros quatro vltimos contenidos en el tomo segundo, que es el principal desta obra, y el primero en orden. Autor el R.P.M. Fr. Bernardo de Torres religioso del mismo orden, catedratico perpetuo de teologia de la catedra de prima supernumeraria del maestro de las sentencias en la Real Vniuersidad de Lima, difinidor de dicha prouincia, y su cronista general.

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Year: 1667 (1660s)

Authors: Le Jeune, Jean, 1592-1672 Le Jeune, Jean, 1592-1672. Missionaire de l'Oratoire

Subjects: Catholic Church Bible Sermons, French

Publisher: Tolose : Jean Boyde

  

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Year: 1637 (1630s)

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Title: Andreae Alciati i.v.c. emblemata

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Year: 1614 (1610s)

Authors: Alciati, Andrea, 1492-1550 Mignault, Claude, ca. 1536-1606

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Title: L'Homme chrestien, ou, La reparation de la nature par la grace

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Year: 1663 (1660s)

Authors: Senault, Jean-François, 1601-1672

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DISCOVRS HVITIEME. Que le Chrefiien dans fes foiblejfes ejî ajfifiéde la force du S. Ejvrtt.. A foiblelTe eft fi naturelle à la Crea-tuie j quelle a befoin de la GrâceI dansleftatdinnocence,aullî-bienque dans celuy du péché. Le néantdont elle eft iortie Tengage dansNâturahumana, cette ncceffité, & tous les Théologiens re- etiamfî in illa inte- . /v* ^ • a n • 1>I gritateinquacon-connoiflent avcc Saint Augultin,que Ihom- dita oft, permans- - 1 r» 1 • /l • » /| ret.nuiiomodo mc oaus k Patadis terreitre ne pouvoir sele- fcipfam Crcatore ^ . C \ )r ^ Jrx C fuo non adjuvanrc yj^r ^ Dicu, nv Ic deiendrc du Démon lans%îc. ^^- ^^ laflîftance delà Grâce. Mais Ion befoin seft bienaccru depuis qu il eft devenu criminel. La foi-blelTe qu il a tirée du péché, eft bien plus grande,que celle quil avoir tirée du néant, & il eft bienplus infirme parce quil eft pécheur, que parcequil eft Créature : Lvn luy eft commun avec les Second Traité^ Difcours V111. j

  

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