Old 01-04-2009, 03:26 PM   #1
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Does anyone here use some type of eye cleanser when working on photos? Maybe another properly exposed picture or some type of chart. Kinda like how coffee beans are used at the perfume counter to cleanse your smeller. After you work on a photo to long sometimes they look good but an hour later you can see a bad color haze. Just curious.
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Old 01-04-2009, 05:19 PM   #2
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Old 01-04-2009, 05:59 PM   #3
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Maybe I should invest in some Visine, sometimes when I come home from a long day of shooting I will have to rub my eyes before I edit any pictures.
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Maybe I should invest in some Visine
Just don't drink it like some people have done...
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Just don't drink it like some people have done...
Yes, then I would have to invest in a case of Imodium.
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Yes, then I would have to invest in a case of Imodium.
Maybe you ate Visine because one of your classmates told you your food tastes like it...
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Kinda like how coffee beans are used at the perfume counter to cleanse your smeller.
Someone goes to the mall... Haven't you learned Travis that when she needs to go shopping, you can go railfan? She wastes her money shopping, you waste yours chasing trains!

Heck, I worked in a mall and I didn't know they did that...
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Maybe you ate Visine because one of your classmates told you your food tastes like it...
Actually that wasn't the case, I ate the ''chef'' and owner of our schools cooking once and it tasted like Visine.
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Actually that wasn't the case, I ate the ''chef'' and owner of our schools cooking once and it tasted like Visine.
And that's why yours tastes like it too, you learned from him.
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And that's why yours tastes like it too, you learned from him.
Ah he was never our instructor though, except he was for the newer students(shudders).
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Try editing your pics in a brighter room in your house/office, however, avoid flourescent lighting as much as possible. This causes less stress on your eyes and you can look away and compare colors with other objects in the room.

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