Today’s post, having fun with Luminar 4, is not an update of my Luminar 4 Update post. It’s more to show you guys just a little of what Luminar 4 can do. I also produced a video to show people that having fun with Luminar 4 is possible, Being Creative With Luminar 4.
I reckon just about everybody would disapprove of your everyday busybody. The thing is, what do you do with an annoying busybody. The following busybody joke is a pretty good example of how to take care of your neighbourhood busybody.
Mildred A Busybody Joke
Mildred, the church busybody, self-appointed monitor of the church’s morals, kept sticking her nose in everybody else’s business. Although members of the congregation disapproved of her extra-curricular affairs, they didn’t know what to do about it. They were also afraid to say anything to her or to interfere.
Today’s post is about how to remove objects from photos. In a previous post, I showed how I used Inpixio for removing backgrounds from images. Once you’ve removed the background you’re left with a picture with a transparent background which I’ve found to be extremely useful. I use these images in my videos as well as when creating my YouTube thumbnails using the Creator.
You can see how easily I’ve removed a cluttered background in my Removing background with InPixio Photo Clip video.
One of the comments on that video was from a guy who wanted to see how to remove objects from photos and how well Inpixio handled the task. Always ready to please my viewers I produced How To Remove People From Photos video.
How To Remove Objects From Photos Tutorial
Firstly, why Sire’s Scary Halloween Poem. Well, back in the day, when I first started this blog, I went by the name Sire. When my database got corrupted, as described in this post, I lost all my posts. As I slowly resurrect them I keep the titles and slug for SEO purposes.
Even though I’m not a Halloween fan, I know there are a lot of Halloween fans out there. A while back, I wrote a post called A Poem For Halloween The Night Of Frights. As it turns out, that particular post brings in quite a bit of traffic every year around Halloween. Now I wonder why that is? 😛 That specific poem had a twist to it, and because it was so long ago I thought it was only fitting that I should post another Halloween Poem!
Sire’s Scary Halloween Poem
To all my WassupBlog fans, I am sorry to report that due to a major disaster last week I have been forced to do a fresh install of this blog. Take note that WP-database backup importance. Yeah, yeah I know that’s not the best grammar I could use for that sentence but I had to word it that way to conform with my keywords.
A bloggers worst nightmare is that something could crash his/her blog causing them to lose all that hard work they’ve put into it. That’s what happened to me.