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Free Men Feeding - Saying NO to this Covid Nazi Crap In Australia

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson
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Published on 11 Sep 2021 / In Film & Animation

Fuck Dan Andrews and all the Colluding Criminal Arse Kissers and the Obedient Sheeple.

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InfiniteMushroom
InfiniteMushroom 1 month ago

Hang them all. NONE are innocent in governments now. Send the Abo's to burn down every synagogue and church they find. The synagogues for being Fifth Columns dressed in quasi religious garb, and the churches for cowardice.

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HairlessMonkey
HairlessMonkey 1 month ago

Cheeky Texans get it right...

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

Yeah it's a faked sign and a BS article.... There are parallax errors in the sign and it's shadow width. The shadow should be about 1/3rd wider to the left. It's a funny subject of doing 3D geometry within a 2D plane. You can draw an angled line from the bottom right corner of the sign to the bottom right corner of the shadow, and then simply shift that line across to the bottom left corner, and where that line appears, at the very bottom, is approximately where the bottom left corner of the signs shadow should be. the https://babylonbee.com/news/te....xas-rebrands-vaccina

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

The sign is fake and the whole image looks "synthetic"

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

There is also a ton of other things that are wrong with this sign... It tilts to the left and the shadow line tilts to the right... amongst many other things.

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HairlessMonkey
HairlessMonkey 1 month ago

@Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson: Very good catch. Yes it's a fake from the BabylonBee. Not many catch that. I was a photographer for 33 years and I would have done a much better job but it is what it is - funny!

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

@HairlessMonkey: Well the sign it's self has a real emotional impact - for sure... AND I have taken legit photos that look "spaced out" because of the colour rendering - like those trees near the red brick wall, behind the purple car... they look "surreal".... But I think the photo is a legit photo with just the doctored sign. You know those manufactured images that are used in architects images of the new buildings with paths, people out the front and trees and all that.... AND they try very hard to look like REAL buildings that do not exist as yet... Same thing.

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

@HairlessMonkey: This can work really well if you know the exact heights and distances and locations - and can design in perspectives... But I had the super hots for Barbie the Welder, and she is a real short arse, and I was able to calculate her height and work shop dimensions and a fit out, just from the height of the magic welding bench she bought. The manufacturer listed the height, width and depth, and from her standing in front of it, I figured out her height and all the dimensions of the fume extraction gear to go with it. I mean she is one of the few women I genuinely really like, but she has a habit of digging in her heels at precisely the wrong times over the wrong issues and just fucking everything up... so... Not my issues = bye bye. But this is doing 3D perspective work in a 2D image. Then you get spherical abberations and image curvature from the lenses of the not terribly scientific cameras. How the smart phone camera and it's wider angle lense captures the image.. Vs. what a really good artist with a pencil or paints would do to recreate a very accurate image. So the grain of rice sized camera trades off a REALLY good, big image over technical accuracy. I once stitched together a heap of Google Earth Satellite images from a fixed altitude to create a catchment area, and "Boy, oh boy, oh boy" - what makes for an acceptable single image on a computer screen, well satellites take photos from orbit, and from different angles and altitudes in orbit... and you get very RARE true (enough) rectangles of a spherical surface, but more often than not most of the images are trapezoidal, AND when you do a grid based screen image capture series of say 20 screens wide by 50 screens high, to make a large area rectangle (with a little overlay for matching up purposes) THEN you find out all the subtle nuances of satellite "general purpose" photography and the abberations or differences between that and true vertical down type satellite photography. For general rendering, it's quite workable and you can squeeze the trapeezoidal shapes into more rectangular shapes, and then stretch and compress their heights and widths... But you learn by doing, and can get HUGE satellite photos, composed of MANY smaller "high detail" photographs.

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