Playin with photoshop

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The Mission District, SF, Canon EOS

This is probably a sign that I spend way too much time futzing around on the internet, but do you ever play that game where you think of a word or a phrase and see if it has a URL?

“The fold” came to mind yesterday and I found the most beautiful site: The Fold

Anyone find anything good using this method?

Also, for step by step directions on making your photos a little bit dreamier, check out the magic of the Gaussian blur.

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5 Comments

  1. mademoiselle a.

    It’s a nice game when you’re in need for a break. It had me find out that my college now has a website of their own, and I found out that they dedicated space to everyone except my old school rock band.
    I used to come up with really weird names to check…there are people out there who list strange-name domains that are still for sale. I wonder when, in their Veer cubicle *oops!*, they find time to scout out that now 😉

  2. paisley

    isn’t the “dooce effect” nice 🙂
    nice site , im linking to you .

  3. rachael

    when I saw the doggie pic below I thought it was created using the (for lack of a better term) “dooce effect” 🙂 It’s a nice, warm and fuzzy photo treatment.

  4. andrea

    Actually, the doggie photo hasn’t been manipulated.
    He’s just a fuzzy thing.

  5. Sista

    oooh I like that picture…

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