Cirque du Geek, hosted by Paul Granholm and John Martinovich, is a weekly podcast dedicated to the modern geek, covering topics ranging from video games and technology to anime and food. As unabashed geeks themselves, Paul and John rant, rave and debate on just about anything relevant (and sometimes irrelevant) in the domain of geekdom. While both hosts have deep roots in the old school arcade and LAN cultures, they frequently branch out to cover upcoming games as well as classics from the golden eras of gaming
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By Robert Imbrialke
We're a simple podcast that takes a bit of a more loose look at video gaming news and general world news. If we think it's interesting enough, we'll probably discuss it. If you have any questions or comments for the cast or subjects discussed. Please send all questions and comments to email@example.com We'll be replying just as soon as we can.
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There are many professional image retouchers, professional retouching websites, and photoshop tutorials that teach a style of retouching that I would refer to as ‘glamour’. The reason I call it ‘glamour’ is because they take a perfectly normal photograph, usually of a model, and then they over exaggerate all the different aspects of the image. For example, the whites are blown out, the contrast is sharp, the colors are over saturated, and the overall image looks very stylized.`` ``The type of photo editing that we do here is not like that at all. Our work is more grounded. We feel that we do our best work, when you can’t tell that we did anything at all. Our photoshop techniques don’t exaggerate the blowouts, we actually fil in the blowouts, leaving the detail and better print reproduction.````Overall, our look is more natural, and that’s what we’re looking to teach. By backing away from the overkill, you’re left with something that looks realistic, and believable. Once you understand the fundamentals of image editing, you can then let your creative side free.
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