• Is this how people see you?

    Best answer:   .   People see directly to the image side of a selfie, the flip side over is the mirror opposite, If you have text on shirt or paper in hade, that is how others look at you, when it is backward, then it is not how others see you, it is how you appear in reflection of mirror, Then next issue is the front face... show more
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      People see directly to the image side of a selfie, the flip side over is the mirror opposite,

    If you have text on shirt or paper in hade, that is how others look at you, when it is backward, then it is not how others see you, it is how you appear in reflection of mirror,

    Then next issue is the front face forward aspects in depth and peripheral form, we have two eyes, so when we face others, we get a perspective form in dimensions, But the camera only has one eye/lens, so it only captures one viewpoint of self,

    Try taking two photo images side by side about 4or5inches apart of same self, and place together onscreen or print and view cross eyed to get depth of self as others see you from about five ten feet away.
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    5 answers · Photography · 5 days ago
  • So...can I safely crave into metal with a wood burning pen?

    My school had a man who does ring engravings come to our school as a promotional event and as he was engraving my ring we had a conversation. I guess his focus was split and he missed the p in "inspire" for this reason. I have a wood burning pen at home and I figure I could make some nice designs over the... show more
    My school had a man who does ring engravings come to our school as a promotional event and as he was engraving my ring we had a conversation. I guess his focus was split and he missed the p in "inspire" for this reason. I have a wood burning pen at home and I figure I could make some nice designs over the engraving, but would this work? Does anyone know? Is it science / experimental art time?
    4 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 5 days ago
  • If you draw or paint a picture of a cartoon character from a show, are you legally able to sell it on etsy and make money off of it?

    I don t have have an etsy nor am I an artist. Just happened to come across an etsy store and was curious about the inquiring question
    I don t have have an etsy nor am I an artist. Just happened to come across an etsy store and was curious about the inquiring question
    8 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 1 week ago
  • Is the color green worth painting my house?

    Best answer:   .   If it is your own house separate from row housing lots and condo fees by appointed tribal councils in the house, then yes you could paint the home green, What you then have to value, is aesthetics of landscape, and how that applies to the tone or tint of green of choice, a softer pea green or pastel is... show more
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      If it is your own house separate from row housing lots and condo fees by appointed tribal councils in the house, then yes you could paint the home green,

    What you then have to value, is aesthetics of landscape, and how that applies to the tone or tint of green of choice, a softer pea green or pastel is ok, but a automotive glitter green, or fluorescent green is not ok,

    Get a third opinion on choices for colors from store or online paint companies,

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    8 answers · Painting · 1 week ago
  • Do you like it? It is a photo art concept thing i've been working on?

    Do you like it? It is a photo art concept thing i've been working on?

    Best answer: Blue snow :O where is this place
    Best answer: Blue snow :O where is this place
    7 answers · Photography · 1 week ago
  • Do you think my knowledge understanding of photography will greatly increase if I start reading about it most days of the week and make...?

    notes about any new things that I was previously not too familiar with? Also, how do I know when I'm knowledgeable enough to be a professional and get past the amateur stage? To give you some background, I studied photography for 2 years, I have a HND in it...but I would only read about it mostly in lesson... show more
    notes about any new things that I was previously not too familiar with? Also, how do I know when I'm knowledgeable enough to be a professional and get past the amateur stage? To give you some background, I studied photography for 2 years, I have a HND in it...but I would only read about it mostly in lesson and not in much in my spare time...there a things like the relationship between shutter speed, aperture and ISO that I haven;t learnt yet....also things like those detachable camera lenses, why certain lenses are used for what, which cameras they attach to, colour theory, also things like what are the standard post production methods for different types of photography.... At the moment it's a bit difficult for me because sometimes I feel i will never be able to create photographs as professionally and amazing looking as on bill boards and in magazines...do you think reading more and then trying to put my knowledge into practice will eventually give me confidence and happiness so that I will enjoy being a photographer? What would you say are the MAIN AREAS of photography that one must learn in order to be a professional?
    9 answers · Photography · 1 week ago
  • Please i need your help with Picture Editing?

    Please i need your help with Picture Editing?

    Good day people, Please i need your knowledge concerning pictures. Attached to post is an image, please i want to know what the shaded part of the image is called because i sometimes see it on images online and can it be remove and how? Thank you very much and God bless
    Good day people, Please i need your knowledge concerning pictures. Attached to post is an image, please i want to know what the shaded part of the image is called because i sometimes see it on images online and can it be remove and how? Thank you very much and God bless
    7 answers · Photography · 1 week ago
  • When did we unlock color?

    Best answer: In 1954 the government switched on colour for the world. Previously the only way to see colour was with consumption of LSD or mushrooms.
    Best answer: In 1954 the government switched on colour for the world. Previously the only way to see colour was with consumption of LSD or mushrooms.
    9 answers · Other - Visual Arts · 1 week ago
  • Is there any way to see what your photo is about to look like when taking a self portrait?

    Like say you are alone and what most people do to take self portraits is with a camera stand a timer and stand in front of it. But is there any way you can actually see what you look (before you take the shot) such as on a separate camera phone of what is being shown on the actual camera ?
    Like say you are alone and what most people do to take self portraits is with a camera stand a timer and stand in front of it. But is there any way you can actually see what you look (before you take the shot) such as on a separate camera phone of what is being shown on the actual camera ?
    5 answers · Photography · 1 week ago
  • Is it a waste to make things you wont use?

    I like making various things, crafts. For example I have made gypsum masks. It was fun making them but they get done and I dont use them but I still want to make more...
    I like making various things, crafts. For example I have made gypsum masks. It was fun making them but they get done and I dont use them but I still want to make more...
    5 answers · Other - Visual Arts · 1 week ago
  • Can anyone tell me what this pottery mark is??? 10 POINTS BEST ANSWER?
  • What are some good photography cameras for taking upclose pictures?

    Best answer: What do you mean by "close up?" Do you mean macro because you'll be close up to the fish, or do you mean telephoto because you're far away and you want to bring the fish close up optically? If you meant that you'll be very close to the fish, then what size of fish? Are they in a fish tank? ... show more
    Best answer: What do you mean by "close up?" Do you mean macro because you'll be close up to the fish, or do you mean telephoto because you're far away and you want to bring the fish close up optically?

    If you meant that you'll be very close to the fish, then what size of fish? Are they in a fish tank? Are they in a city aquarium? Are they on a table?

    Far too little information to answer your question precisely. However, a mirrorless camera like a Sony Alpha series, or one by Fujifilm will allow you to use the type of lens that is best for your situation. Or, any DSLR will work too.

    What won't work is a point-and-shoot or any bridge camera. These cameras don't have the focusing capabilities that you'll need.
    4 answers · Photography · 1 week ago
  • Do you use your own specific pen - fountain/rollerball/ballpoint etc.? Why? What's it like?

    Best answer: Cross fountain pen for private writing, often a Rotring radiograph pen for "public" writing as I have them to hand anyways. I used to write very small at school and a teacher told my parents to buy me a fountain pen to force me to write at a legible size. I loved it and never looked back. Finding good... show more
    Best answer: Cross fountain pen for private writing, often a Rotring radiograph pen for "public" writing as I have them to hand anyways. I used to write very small at school and a teacher told my parents to buy me a fountain pen to force me to write at a legible size. I loved it and never looked back. Finding good ink is getting to be challenging though.
    7 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 2 weeks ago