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Online Funny Photo Effects

online funny photo effects

    photo effects
  • (Photo-effect) Also known as photoelectric-effect. This refers to a phenomenon of ejection of electrons from a metal whose surface is exposed to light.

  • (Photo effect) Convenient for color correction of photographs and movies. Also, screen images can be adjusted to Monochrome, Sepia or to the Gaussian Blur effect

  • In or into operation or existence

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  • The comic strips in newspapers

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The road to Where It All Began

The road to Where It All Began

This image was created from a single 16-bit RAW for a Photo Advanture Story in an online Magazine...

The wild West Journey Continues…
I’d like to start with a joke of mine before I get into the geological evolution of Yosemite Valley where, (since the Dinosaurs roamed the earth and bathed in the waterfalls of the valley), the only and one animal could be found in all of Yosemite’s plant communities was homosapiens were aboriginal natives of Yosemite valley, calling themselves the Ahwahnechee, roamed (of course, after the Dinosaurs met their doomsday) the valley for over 3000years.
Back to the joke:
As I turned on Robin Hood Ave, I saw three polis petrol cars one after another on the right side of the road. I slammed my foot on the brakes real hard, the ABS system has lock-lock-locked! With the tires adding further dramatic effect. I rolled the window down and with a composed yet anxious voice, I called out to the donut-mongers, chatting about God knows what, “Did you spot him? Then adding another octave to my anxious and credible tone, “Did you catch him?” The three of them drew blank, looking at me dumbfounded as if I was crazy or high on Ecstasy or Crystal Meth. One of them, snapping out of a temporary impairment state managed to ask only, “What’s that?” Now more with me with all his wits, “Catch who….catch what?
“The Dinosaur!” I cried with a tone that would even convince me. “There was this...this Giant-like, prehistoric creature…yes, a T-Rex, I’m sure, in the market terrorizing people and smashing all the water-melons with one giant sweep while munching on the mangos with the other hand…”
Now, staring at me more intensely, sure I was a lunatic, gone to the Lala-Luma-Land, ready to make a move to apprehend me.
“…some called it in, like, 5-10 minutes ago. He gave the descriptions of the subject. He was wearing a white T-Shirt with a “Jurassic Park” insignia on it…
We all went quite for second or two, then, thankfully, supposedly the smarter one got the joke and let out a huge laughter, “That’s a good one,” he said pointing his finger at me.
Not changing my tone or the expression on my face, I snapped, “You think that’s funny? You think I’m funny?” As he was about to wipe the smile off his face, I started laughing, then, all started in unison. As I started to drive away, I said, “Hey, you’re parked in the wrong zone!”
“These are polis cars. They can park anywhere…”
“Well, that depends on how put it…I could have driven through you, slicing you like knife slices a pie…) I said and left.

Will continue...

Lightning Storm May 2007

Lightning Storm May 2007

May 07. Set my cam on my mom's car roof. I was on the phone and takin pics at the same time hoping to catch one. Sure enough I got lucky. I won $2 in some online photo contest for this pic. Yeah two dollars .@$%#$ Oh yeah and it was on the cover of my school's annual literary magazine.
Canon 18-55mm.

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