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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

Sometimes, however, the eyes lie. Hips, on the other-hand, do not lie.
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I'm trying to think of the appropriate emoticon with which to respond to this.
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How in the hell did I do that twice? Ok, now it's time for bed for me.
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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post


Indubidibly. However, we're talking about the image as is and I don't think GIMP and photoshop will do a terribly different job at color grabbing. Edit: Specifically, thinking about it (obviously) because the color coordinates of each pixel should be directly computable from the compressed file.

This is totally correct though.

Indeed, though I was referring to the camera firmware. devil.gif

 

Also, how do we not have an emoticon with a monocle and top hat? I mean, really. That would easily be one of the most used emoticons on this forum.

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Indeed, though I was referring to the camera firmware. devil.gif

Also, how do we not have an emoticon with a monocle and top hat? I mean, really. That would easily be one of the most used emoticons on this forum.

Only on SF would camera firmware become part of the analysis of a fit.
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Dear Lord I hope you nerds are enjoying yourselves.
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Originally Posted by Makoto Chan View Post

Dear Lord I hope you nerds are enjoying yourselves.


lol8[1].gif

 

And just when you thought it was safe to go to bed:

 

 

Would appreciate feedback gents.  Have at it.

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Is there any item of mens clothing that will work in turquoise? Besides suits, obviously.
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Is there any item of mens clothing that will work in turquoise? Besides suits, obviously.


socks, chinos, boxer briefs?  maybe shorts for the summer?  casual belts?

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Depends on the kind of turquoise. I could imagine this Acorn shirting as an interesting casual shirt.
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90
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Originally Posted by stupendous View Post


And just when you thought it was safe to go to bed:
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Would appreciate feedback gents.  Have at it.

Do you work for Isaia or just a fan?
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post


Do you work for Isaia or just a fan?


lol8[1].gif I know I know.  I had the pin on when I bought the suit, and just left it there.  Probably not a good move, eh?

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Originally Posted by stupendous View Post

lol8%5B1%5D.gif I know I know.  I had the pin on when I bought the suit, and just left it there.  Probably not a good move, eh?

Definitely not biggrin.gif

Also, that PS is very bright, it commands too much attention.

Let's see what else foo.gif has to say smile.gif
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Unspeakably bad.
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

NO FUCKING SHIT people don't look at you in grayscale. But based on what you've put together, they can probably detect brightness and contrast better than you can. I suggested looking at your outfit in black and white so that the colors don't distract you from the fact the brightness of your square and suit are almost dead-on with each other, while your tie is far, far darker than anything else. I could tell this immediately because the outfit "clashes" and the tie "sticks out," but wanted to give you a more technical walkthrough of what you did wrong and give you a way to see it more clearly. I'm sure you think you look great--but, uhh, no.

So let me give you what you really want:

AWESOME STEEZ MAN!!! WHEREDOIKOP???

I can hand those out all day. Vapid shit like that is easy to spew out. If that's what you want, move on over to WAYWRN.

Yet again, you misunderstand me. I don't seek your approval. This thread was much more useful when your voice was one of several. When it was a discussion. Now, it's the foo.gif Show.
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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post

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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

Except, your analysis depends completely on the spots you select to measure the values for. The eyes are better at telling the story here:
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The problem with this is that you've projected out all of the variance. If you look at the color values, the difference from the grey line of two of them isn't terribly great, however the vector differences between the colors obviously are. You can grey scale it all you want, but you lose information, and the information you've lost makes you wrong. We could also look at this in HSV, which would also show the problem with your analysis.

This.
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Originally Posted by CaymanS View Post

Link to victory square for those who wanna bite Teh Manton's impeccable steez:

http://www.marianorubinacci.net/eshop/product.php?id=222&lang=2

One benefit to having this pocket square is that if you are dining at any restaurant in little italy, you can take it out of your pocket and use it as an appropriate wall decoration. I can't tell you how many times I've sat down at Umberto's Clam House and thought "I wish I could take that painting off the wall and use it as a pocket square."
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