"It's not like it's the end of the world," Turner says, slapping me lightly on the shoulder. "It'll just be for a week or so. Buck up, old chap. Besides, it's not even like you're the one leaving."
"You're an alright fellow, Turner," I say, nodding my head and hoisting my bloody mary in salute to his advice. "Even if you do look like a reject from a Gibson novel." He's dressed entirely in leather; his bright features are overshadowed by green, spiky hair and boots made for kicking.
My entire body aches in unison, each pulse of the music causing my body to answer with a throb of protest. Surprisingly, I've gotten decent sleep for the
A bunch of new photos are coming in the next couple of days. I'm gonna stagger them out so as to pretend like I'm working on them and slaving away like a good artist.
But it's total bullshit - they're all done. I'm just being slow.
Also, just to reiterate something: I feel like a total poser when I listen to hip hop, even if it's as awesome and amazing as Mr. Lif.
Well, I learned some things about HDR tonemapping this weekend. And I'm annoyed by it.
You can see my experiments here:
Hana HDR Test
House HDR Test
Trains HDR Test
So I'm pretty annoyed, because I feel like my first experiment is a failure. However! Having learned some stuff, I can't say my time was wasted. I'll just need to try again.
1) HDR tonemapping can be done with RAW images metered to different EVs, but it sucks and isn't nearly as robust. I kinda figured this would be the case.
2) I need a more sturdy tripod. All of my normally metered (IE not RAW-manipulated) tests were way more blurry than they should have been. See the tra