Posts tagged gif

challenger23:

How to use Photoshop to restore an old, faded photo
I wrote/gif’d a short ‘how-to’ piece for the dailydot, featuring techniques I used to fix this photo.

Before photos existed only as .jpgs, backed up on Flickr andFacebook and Imgur and in cheap portable hard drives, they were subject to the ravages of time. 
Prints only lasted so long. The negatives, from which they were originally made, were lost or destroyed. Saving these analog memories from their inevitable destruction can be as easy as a one-click desktop scanner, but sometimes the images have already suffered from damage. 
Software like Adobe Photoshop can breathe life back into faded photos—if you know how to do it right.

Read the rest —->

challenger23:

How to use Photoshop to restore an old, faded photo

I wrote/gif’d a short ‘how-to’ piece for the dailydot, featuring techniques I used to fix this photo.

Before photos existed only as .jpgs, backed up on Flickr andFacebook and Imgur and in cheap portable hard drives, they were subject to the ravages of time. 

Prints only lasted so long. The negatives, from which they were originally made, were lost or destroyed. Saving these analog memories from their inevitable destruction can be as easy as a one-click desktop scanner, but sometimes the images have already suffered from damage. 

Software like Adobe Photoshop can breathe life back into faded photos—if you know how to do it right.

Read the rest —->

How to Win at Facebook—Tip #3:
 Trick out your Timeline: Post lots of sexy party pics, hilarious viral videos, and the status update, “I AM HAPPIER THAN YOU” once per hour, every day.

How to Win at Facebook—Tip #3:

 Trick out your Timeline: Post lots of sexy party pics, hilarious viral videos, and the status update, “I AM HAPPIER THAN YOU” once per hour, every day.

challenger23:

I heard you needed a transparent dancing hot dog emoji gif. 
There’s a demand, and where there’s demand, there’s supply.
It’s simple gifonomics, folks. We can fix the economy pixel by pixel, if we can come together as people; set aside our partisan differences (Mac/Windows/Linux), and see the unity of html5. CSS bless.

challenger23:

I heard you needed a transparent dancing hot dog emoji gif. 

There’s a demand, and where there’s demand, there’s supply.

It’s simple gifonomics, folks. We can fix the economy pixel by pixel, if we can come together as people; set aside our partisan differences (Mac/Windows/Linux), and see the unity of html5. CSS bless.