EDIT ME challenge

6 years 2 months ago #390897 by Awediot

garyrhook wrote:

Awediot wrote: Lol...yep. Ya caught me... When I'm not spamtrolling the forums of photo sites to shame strangers away from cutting edge editing technology, I start forest fires because blue gets boring as a sky color, and sunsets are a dime a dozen... 


And it's not interesting to edit a JPG. The image has already been edited, either by the camera, or by you, or whatever. You can't undo that. So where the challenge? Fixing a mediocre image?  At least with a RAW file one has something with which to work.

It's not clear to me that you're shaming anyone. One wonders if you ever actually listen to yourself? It seems like so much self-important nonsense.


Oh dear... Bet I'm not the only one who isn't able to meet whatever it takes to interest you... At least I managed to qualify as worthy of the time it took to try and enlighten me as to how self important the nonsense I obliviously  post makes me appear... Appreciate you stooping to deliver such a constructive critique...blatant, almost painful irony you missed aside.

Personally...boring things posted by arrogant people doesn't merit a response. I barely even know I skimmed them. But to each their own.


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6 years 2 months ago #390988 by Stealthy Ninja

Awediot wrote:

garyrhook wrote:

Awediot wrote: Lol...yep. Ya caught me... When I'm not spamtrolling the forums of photo sites to shame strangers away from cutting edge editing technology, I start forest fires because blue gets boring as a sky color, and sunsets are a dime a dozen... 


And it's not interesting to edit a JPG. The image has already been edited, either by the camera, or by you, or whatever. You can't undo that. So where the challenge? Fixing a mediocre image?  At least with a RAW file one has something with which to work.

It's not clear to me that you're shaming anyone. One wonders if you ever actually listen to yourself? It seems like so much self-important nonsense.


Oh dear... Bet I'm not the only one who isn't able to meet whatever it takes to interest you... At least I managed to qualify as worthy of the time it took to try and enlighten me as to how self important the nonsense I obliviously  post makes me appear... Appreciate you stooping to deliver such a constructive critique...blatant, almost painful irony you missed aside.

Personally...boring things posted by arrogant people doesn't merit a response. I barely even know I skimmed them. But to each their own.


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6 years 2 months ago #391013 by Awediot

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Awediot wrote:

garyrhook wrote:

Awediot wrote: Lol...yep. Ya caught me... When I'm not spamtrolling the forums of photo sites to shame strangers away from cutting edge editing technology, I start forest fires because blue gets boring as a sky color, and sunsets are a dime a dozen... 


And it's not interesting to edit a JPG. The image has already been edited, either by the camera, or by you, or whatever. You can't undo that. So where the challenge? Fixing a mediocre image?  At least with a RAW file one has something with which to work.

It's not clear to me that you're shaming anyone. One wonders if you ever actually listen to yourself? It seems like so much self-important nonsense.


Oh dear... Bet I'm not the only one who isn't able to meet whatever it takes to interest you... At least I managed to qualify as worthy of the time it took to try and enlighten me as to how self important the nonsense I obliviously  post makes me appear... Appreciate you stooping to deliver such a constructive critique...blatant, almost painful irony you missed aside.

Personally...boring things posted by arrogant people doesn't merit a response. I barely even know I skimmed them. But to each their own.


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6 years 2 months ago #391170 by Stealthy Ninja

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6 years 2 months ago #391403 by Awediot


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6 years 2 months ago #391605 by Baydream
Sorry. This thread lost its way a number of posts ago. Calling names and posting gibberish does not add to the value of this thread or site. 

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6 years 2 months ago #391687 by Stealthy Ninja

Baydream wrote: Sorry. This thread lost its way a number of posts ago. Calling names and posting gibberish does not add to the value of this thread or site. 


Your wrong.

Art is never wrong!

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6 years 2 months ago #391795 by Scotty

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Baydream wrote: Sorry. This thread lost its way a number of posts ago. Calling names and posting gibberish does not add to the value of this thread or site. 


Your wrong.

Art is never wrong!


When the last candle has been blown out
and the last glass of champagne has been drunk
All that you are left with are the memories and the images-David Cooke.

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6 years 2 months ago #391807 by Stealthy Ninja

Scotty wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Baydream wrote: Sorry. This thread lost its way a number of posts ago. Calling names and posting gibberish does not add to the value of this thread or site. 


Your wrong.

Art is never wrong!


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