We are all guilty, kicking back with a few beers, wine, or whiskey, and some of us have been fortunate and slid by. However, for those who weren't so lucky have seen the flashing green swirls on their monitor, stopping the editing process, and asking them to step away from the computer, and to take a photoshop field test.
More and more photographers are suffering from this fate which leads to rejected images and lower AR's. Please! Don't Edit Under the Influence. Let's make the internet safe for everyone.
Photo credits: Mehmet Dilsiz.
It's the speed camera that always catches me out :P
Interesting blog!Funny but true:))
In what situation you are when move artifacts alone in the picture? :))))))))
It could be...it effects us all differently. Just watch out for the flashing green swirls when editing.
So that's why I have White Balance problems... :)
Not to mention that they check your wacky wandy with the marquee tool to see if you left enough copy space! hick ups!!! Sorry!
With a light, they check your eyes for noise and artifacts. Then you are required to blow up a balloon to 100% and asked if you feel the need to use the patch tool and highpass. Finally, if you run to your computer, and pull up the eraser tool to make the situation go away, you're busted.
Do you have the test?
Haha, interesting article.
Most of them already turned me down......guess I'll just dry out on my own. Thanks for the help, anyway. I'll go take an aspirin now and sleep for a while....
Well, there's Serban and a host of rich editors.
They got any good looking, rich, men with lots of camera equipment who would be my mentor??
DT is worldwide and I'm certain they provide support for this growing problem.
Is there a support group????
I hate when I get the rejection notice: "Smash your camera with a hammer and save everyone the bother."
LOL Stick with the beer Clayton! You will find the swirls in many colors :)))
Lol hehe, were you under the influence when you wrote this.