you know with the picture of your fort? when you merge it/fill in bits of the picture that are white.. what do you do to make it look good... like what tools? healing tool? cloning tool? Mine just never look smooth/good. Does that make sense?
OKAY SO THIS QUESTION SAT HERE FOR A WEEK BECAUSE I DIDN’T GET IT AT FIRST. Haha, I feel kinda stupid. Like the little pieces where there are no image? Right?
If it’s wall or something pretty much barren, I’ll clone it, but MOSTLY what I do is just stretch the image. And I know most people are like OMG NO IT DISTORTS YOUR IMAGE JGDSKGHKGLDSGGJKGSDGLKKLHAS I’M A TOTAL HIPSTER DOUCHE AND I KNOW EVERYTHING. But if you do it right it seriously doesn’t, I do it to like 70 percent of my photos.
I mean, REALLY the best thing to do is take ENOUGH photos so you have nothing to fill in, but often for me there is something in the way that stops me from doing that. Like there’s this one corner of my room I like to shoot in, but I can only get a really tight angle of it because there’s a window there that I don’t want in frame. I stretch the wall and clone the baseboard because that has a habit of becoming distorted.
lissy, how did you made your tumblr theme? I mean, it's really cute and perfect, I just want to know how can you be such a perfect photographer and also a nice webdesigner at the same time ftw? :)
I’m kind of a cheat and I just play with the html of pre-made ones so I don’t have to make the tables, which I am awful at. I can change the width/height/colour/positioning/border of the tables, and the text/font/spacing/image size and positioning INSIDE the tables, and all the background image colour position tile fixed infinite scroll stuff but those DAMNED TABLES, I will never understand. I’m sure they’d be pretty simple to learn but, eh, I’d rather just take pictures.
AND EMBARRASSINGLY I learned all the html I know from Myspace. :O
hello lissy. how do you make fake rain like in "rough patches"?
I used to create brushes by hand but they took so long, I think I actually used a tutorial for that! I haven’t been able to find it since, though. But it had to do with creating a layer of grain. I have it on stock now so I haven’t had to do it in a while. But google it!