BYPASSING WEB FILTER : BYPASSING WEB
Bypassing web filter : Nikon d3000 lens filter : Tiffen 77mm t1 ir filter
Bypassing Web Filter
- Content-control software, also known as censorware or web filtering software, is a term for software designed and optimized for controlling what content is permitted to a reader, especially when it is used to restrict material delivered over the Web.
- (Web filters) You can create Web filters, based on Internet Server API (ISAPI), for viewing, analyzing, blocking, redirecting, or modifying Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) traffic.
- A feature in the Vista Parental Control that allows user to block access to a specific web site or specific types of web content.
- Provide (a town) with a route diverting traffic from its center
- Go past or around
- (bypass) avoid something unpleasant or laborious; "You cannot bypass these rules!"
- Avoid or circumvent (an obstacle or problem)
- (bypass) beltway: a highway that encircles an urban area so that traffic does not have to pass through the center
- (bypass) a surgically created shunt (usually around a damaged part)
This is an experiment. Didn't have anything particular in mind, just wanted to try a bunch of different layer and texture effects. Even threw in a text layer using some "greeked" text, which was an adventure in itself (turns out there are web sites that can generate greeked text, which I then copied and pasted into Word and then played around with different size and font options).
Wound up with 13 layers and since the starting point was a D3X capture the final stack was 2.2 Gigabytes! Took forever to save.
Even after a dozen layers I wasn't happy with the image and then decided to run it through nik's Color Efex 2.0 and used the Bleach Bypass filter on the background. That gave me the faded/worn look I really wanted to finish off the project.
Used several Flypaper Textures on separate layers, Totally Rad Textures and a couple Graphic Authority layers and masks. The photo of the cicada is mine.
blackpool beach bw web
Walking away from underneath Blackpools South Pier and spotted this big black and blue cloud rolling in. The footsteps in the sand just happened to be there. Was a very lucky capture!
Took with my Sigma 10-20 mm lens and circular polariser filter, handheld whilst walking backwards. Adjusted the contrast in the sand and also the sky and then add a bleach bypass before converting to black and white. Some selective dodge and burn to bring more of the shadow and highlights out.
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