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Your Pics into Museum Art with Museumr, Almost !

Are you looking for eternal fame for showcasing your amazing pictures in an Art museum? Well, this may be difficult in real life but in Techno Life this is possible in just few mouse clicks, courtesy Dumpr. It provides various effects like Museumr, Amazing Circles, Rubik’s Cube, Jigsaw Puzzles, Pencil Sketches and lot others.

A simple and quick online tool to transform your images into Museum Art. Render effect of people relishing your images in an art museum as shown above. You can render any of the 4 effects available.
Upload your image from computer, flickr or URL. Then click on the desired effect to for Museumr to take over. You can save the final image on computer or share on social site with single click access.

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Checkout Museumr, everyone wants to see beautiful Angelina Jolie in the museum as more people join her with few clicks and museumr. For more such wacky effect, also check PhotoFunia.

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August 7, 2008 Posted by | Photography | , , , | 2 Comments

Interesting Light Graffiti

Light Graffiti has come to fame over the last few years and there are quite a bit of amazing works to show on the internet demonstrating what can be achieved.

Light graffiti artists create unique tagging in air or sometimes around object in dimensional way and then images are clicked with time-lapse photography. Sometimes this tagging is not even possible with spray paints.

Requirements for capturing light graffiti in your camera:
– For capturing the light graffiti in your camera; the most important accessory is tripod. If you cannot get a tripod make sure that your camera is in a fixed position.
– You need to set your camera with faster shutter speed.
– The exposure time should be around 10-30 seconds and this should vary with the lighting conditions.
– Keep your aperture dumb, do not highlight the aperture and make sure to keep your aperture closed. This controls the over exposure of the image.
– Always prefer low ISO and stick to ISO 100 for better light graffiti.

Different light sources give you different colors of graffiti. Glow stick can be used to give variety of color, xenon gives you warm golden lights, cathode tubes give you thick lines and LED gives you thin precise lines. Take a look at my Graffiti Album. Also check out the Light Graffiti Gallery on Flickr

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July 27, 2008 Posted by | Photography | , | Leave a comment