Dreemer

Dreemer

Lives in United Kingdom United Kingdom
Joined on Jan 24, 2011

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  • Snooker cue, boxing glove, squirrel, smoke and a baby bottle, you guys really crack me up :-D Didn’t start with any idea, just whittled away at the wine glass to see where it led Steve
  • Is it possible the mesh effect could be caused by the plastic/glass casing covering the street light. While the casings can be clear and smooth they can also be embossed with patterns moulded into ...
  • Apologies, that should be the Select by colour tool not the lasso tool Steve
  • I'm in two minds, i like the lighter foreground and rocks in your pp’ed version but prefer the red light around the lighthouse in the original darker version. I removed the red from the trees and ...
  • PP’ed in Gimp, trial and error using layers, gradients and opacity Steve
  • Into the realms of fantasy Suppose it did only happen once, billions of years before our solar system evolved. A unique event occurs and the most primitive life form colonises a small planet/comet ...
  • I can only guess, if someone perceives the world in black and white (as we do in very low lighting) then the brain isn’t creating those colours (illusions) so i think it would be nearer to seeing ...
  • I may be wrong but as far as i can reason colour only exists in our minds not in the real world A question i asked recently on dpreview http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3668468 Steve
  • And as respect works both ways The photographer behind the camera lens must learn a little flexibility and accommodation and respect the peoples freedom of speech! Steve
  • Eat it
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  • Leaving aside any legal aspects, the street is a public place and seeing is a natural process, so i expect to see and be seen when in the street, but photography is an unnatural process therefore ...
  • Replied in An opinion
    That’s much better, but to be fair the rules must be equal for both parties, so Yes, as can we No, any number of times until the issue is resolved or both parties agree to disagree Yes, politeness ...
  • Replied in An opinion
    a few posts back you wrote Now you write Where is you’re respect for their freedom of speech SteveMi
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  • Because nature doesn’t care. We are born into and live in a hostile environment with our bodies under constant attack from radiation and natures chemicals. We do have limited repair mechanisms but ...
  • Replied in Like? column
    Perhaps that is what it warranted I think its safe to assume that posts are viewed I believe the number of likes gives more insight into what the community thinks of a post than the number of times ...
  • Replied in No.
    1. Perhaps on the intellectual level they regard us as we regard plankton 2. They may simply be observing us the same way we watch birds from a hide 3. They see the death and destruction we inflict ...
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