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Gremlins and the surreal.

Jul 10, 2012, 17:39
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Gremlins and the surreal.
I picked up a book at the library the other day called "Surreal Digital Photography." It's full of amazing pictures and brief tutorials on how the images where combined.
Now I'm planing to have a go at some, if not all, of the pictures in the book and see if I can come up with my own versions of them, but I'm wondering if I posted any of my version on-line would this be a breach of copyright as I plan to keep close to the original image?..at least I hope to.

In a totally unrelated topic I think my copy of Gimp may have spawned a Gremlin. The default foreground and background colours have changed from black and white to white and green. That's not a eye pleasing combination Dodgy The little black and white box next to the default colours is still in black and white so it's easy enough to switch to what the start up colours should be but sometimes I forget and am confronted by a new, bright green canvas. That one makes me cringe every time. Any thoughts on zapping the Gremlin back to were it belongs appreciated.

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Jul 11, 2012, 18:04
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RE: Gremlins and the surreal.
Thanks for the info, ofnuts. I'm not sure how I ended up with a green start up colour but I must've been screwing around with the preferences, I can't help but tinker, and I guess that's how it happened.

I'll make sure that I add a note to any images I come up with based on the stuff in the book, something that drops a nod in its direction. They all look pretty complicated but then there's only one way to learn, and that's by trying the hard stuff. Besides, I'm having a lot of fun with this graphic design.

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