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-layout: post
-title: Pictures From Hong Kong
-tags: [Adventures, Photos, China, Hong Kong]
-author: Yining Karl Li
----
-
-I took around 500 pictures while I was in Hong Kong over the summer, but I never really got around to sorting/processing those photos until this weekend. Obviously 500 is too great a sum for any sane person to want to look through here, so instead here are around 35 (give or take a few) shots that [Ana Kim](ana.omjii.com) helped me pick out.
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-Almost everything was shot with my Nikon D60; a few shots were taken with my dad's Sony DSC T-100.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0339-2.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0339-2.jpg)
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-Victoria Harbour from about the 30th floor of International Finance Centre Two. My dad's old college buddy is a director at Nomura's Hong Kong branch (they used to be Lehman Brothers, but Nomura bought them out around the time Lehman collapsed), this shot is from his office. The green hue of the photo is from the green tint of their windows.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0339.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0339.jpg)
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-The same shot as the one above, only with the green tint removed.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0347.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0347.jpg)
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-International Finance Centre Two from my dad's friend's office.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0349.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0349.jpg)
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-Another shot of Victoria Harbour from International Finance Centre Two.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0402_stitch-2.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0402_stitch-2.jpg)
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-Hong Kong's Central Business District, as seen from the edge of Victoria Harbour.
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-I couldn't decide between black/white and color, so both are here. A lot of these shots appear here in color and black/white because I'm bad at making up my mind.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0412.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0412.jpg)
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-All of the buildings in Hong Kong's Central Business District are connected by these elevated covered walkways.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0413.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0413.jpg)
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-One of the elevated walkways leading from International Finance Centre.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0414.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0414.jpg)
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-Hong Kong has a LOT of really high end stores. I found this one street corner where there was a giant Louis Vuitton store...
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0417-2.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0417-2.jpg)
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-...and not far from the Louis Vuitton store was a big Prada Store.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0417.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0417.jpg)
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-The previous shot of the Prada Shot has all colors desaturated except for yellow. This shot has all of the colors untouched.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0422_stitch.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0422_Stitch.jpg)
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-I love experimenting with panoramas and stitching together separate shots into large shots. I thought I'd give stitching a shot in front of the HSBC and Bank of China towers.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0436_stitch.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0436_Stitch.jpg)
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-I love the tubes and frame and stuff on the HSBC tower. Very very fun to look at.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0437.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0437.jpg)
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-One of the covered walkways had to have a suspension system because it's main span was so long. I think my exact reaction was something like "AWESOME!"
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0441-2.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0441-2.jpg)
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-A lot of people use these walkways.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0441.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0441.jpg)
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-I couldn't decide between color and black/white for that shot, so both versions are here.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC08353.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC08353.jpg)
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-I found this in some random record store! I really regret not buying it.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0444.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0444.jpg)
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-I wasn't expecting to find such grand boulevards in such a cramped city.
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-Another panorama that I stitched together. I think this was taken from in front of Hong Kong's main Convention Center (which juts out into Victoria Harbour). On the left is Hong Kong's Central Business District, on the left is Kowloon Island, which is starting to get more and more skyscrapers. The crazy clouds are what an incoming typhoon looks like.
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-Again, I couldn't pick between color and black/white, so here's both!
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0488_stitch.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0488_stitch.jpg)
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-This is cropped from a larger panorama. The guy on the edge of the water with the umbrella is my dad.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0500.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0500.jpg)
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-Taxis in Hong Kong are red! They also drive on the wrong side of the road, just like in the UK.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0501.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0501.jpg)
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-The older parts of Hong Kong are AMAZING to visit, simply because there's so much to see.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0502.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0502.jpg)
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-So many people, so many advertisements!
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0504.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0504.jpg)
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-The malls in Hong Kong make the ones back in the US look puny.
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-There was some celebrity holding a press conference in this one mall. This guy was videotaping it.
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-"Times Square" is an odd name for a mall.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0509.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0509.jpg)
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-Incredibly, this subway car can be considered relatively empty in Hong Kong. The subways get CRAZY packed during rush hour.
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-HAIR POTATO!
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-Two random people caught in the downpour from the typhoon.
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-Lantau Island has this mind-bending cable car system.
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-This shot doesn't even look real.
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-At the top of Victoria Peak, there's this big mall/tower called Peak Tower that offers amazing downward views of Hong Kong's Central Business District. A great place for panoramas!
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0618.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0618.jpg)
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-That really tall blue tower that isn't the under construction one in the far background is International Finance Centre Two. Cool place.
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-At Dian's request, high res version available [here](http://www.omjii.com/karu/uploads/HongKong/DSC_0618.jpg).
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC08403.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC08403.jpg)
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-Even the apartment buildings in Hong Kong are taller than most skyscrapers in Philadelphia.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0496-2.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0496-2.jpg)
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-The Hong Kong Convention Center has this crazy amazing rainbow light-up wall thing. I'm using this shot as my desktop wallpaper right now. If you want the full res gigantic file: click [here](http://www.omjii.com/karu/uploads/HongKong/DSC_0496-2.jpg).
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0335.JPG)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0335.JPG)
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-The view down from my dad's friend's apartment. "Apartment" isn't really a good description... condo might be better? At any rate, it was a huge condo. I had this as my background for a while too. [Full res here](http://www.omjii.com/karu/uploads/HongKong/DSC_0335.JPG).
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-I'll post more pics from Shanghai and Beijing later, perhaps.
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-title: Character Modeling In-Progress Render
-tags: [3d Modeling, Art]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-I've finally got hair, skin, and eyes in a somewhat presentable form. They still need a LOT of tweaking though. I also still have to add teeth, eyebrows, and eyelashes. Also, nothing is rigged yet, hence the creepy blank expression...
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Dec/composite.png)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Dec/composite.png)
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-As for my final project... I have no idea what I want to do. I'm thinking about maybe an old fashioned train station or something... that would be kinda cool.
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layout: post
-title: Code & Visuals Version 4.0
+title: Code and Visuals Version 4.0
tags: [Announcements]
author: Yining Karl Li
---
-I'd like to introduce the newest version of my computer graphics blog, Code & Visuals! On the surface, everything has been redesigned with a new layer of polish; everywhere, the site is now simpler, cleaner, and the layout is now fully responsive. Under the hood, I've moved from Blogger to [Jekyll](http://jekyllrb.com/), hosted on [Github Pages](http://pages.github.com/).
+I'd like to introduce the newest version of my computer graphics blog, Code and Visuals! On the surface, everything has been redesigned with a new layer of polish; everywhere, the site is now simpler, cleaner, and the layout is now fully responsive. Under the hood, I've moved from Blogger to [Jekyll](http://jekyllrb.com/), hosted on [Github Pages](http://pages.github.com/).
As part of the move to Jekyll, I've opted to clean up a lot of old posts as well. This blog started as some combination of a devblog, doodleblog, and photoblog, but quickly evolved into a pure computer graphics blog. In the interest of keeping historical context intact, I've ported over most of my older non-computer graphics posts, with minor edits and touchups here and there. A handful of posts I didn't really like I've chosen to leave behind, but they can still be found on the [old Blogger-based version of this blog](http://yiningkarlli.blogspot.com).
-The Atom feed URL for Code & Visuals is still the same as before, so that should transition over smoothly.
+The Atom feed URL for Code and Visuals is still the same as before, so that should transition over smoothly.
Why the move from Blogger to Jekyll/Github Pages? Here are the main reasons:
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* Easier templating system. Jekyll's templating system is build on [Liquid](http://liquidmarkup.org/), which made building this new theme really fast and easy.
* Transparency. This entire blog's source is now [available on Github](https://github.com/betajippity/betajippity.github.io), and the theme is separately [available here](https://github.com/betajippity/codeandvisuals-theme).
-I've been looking to replace Blogger for some time now. Before trying out Jekyll, I was tinkering with [Ghost](https://ghost.org/), and even fully built out a working version of Code & Visuals on a self-hosted Ghost instance. In fact, this current theme was originally built for Ghost and then ported to Jekyll after I decided to use Jekyll (both the Ghost and Jekyll versions of this theme are in the Github repo). However, Ghost as a platform is still extremely new and isn't quite ready for primetime yet; while Ghost's Markdown support and Node.js underpinnings are nice, Ghost is still missing crucial features like the ability to have an archive page. Plus, at the end of the day, Jekyll is just plain simpler; Ghost is still a CMS, Jekyll is just a collection of text files.
+I've been looking to replace Blogger for some time now. Before trying out Jekyll, I was tinkering with [Ghost](https://ghost.org/), and even fully built out a working version of Code and Visuals on a self-hosted Ghost instance. In fact, this current theme was originally built for Ghost and then ported to Jekyll after I decided to use Jekyll (both the Ghost and Jekyll versions of this theme are in the Github repo). However, Ghost as a platform is still extremely new and isn't quite ready for primetime yet; while Ghost's Markdown support and Node.js underpinnings are nice, Ghost is still missing crucial features like the ability to have an archive page. Plus, at the end of the day, Jekyll is just plain simpler; Ghost is still a CMS, Jekyll is just a collection of text files.
I intend to stay on a Jekyll/Github Pages based solution for a long time; I am very very happy with this system. Over time, I'll be moving all of my other couple of non-computer graphics blogs over to Jekyll as well. I'm still not sure if my main website needs to move to Jekyll though, since it already is coded up as a series of static pages and requires a slightly more complex layout on certain pages.
Over the past few months I haven't posted much, since over the summer almost all of my Pixar related work was under heavy NDA (and still is and will be for the foreseeable future, with the exception of [our SIGGRAPH demo](http://blog.yiningkarlli.com/2013/07/pixar-optix-lighting-preview-demo.html)), and a good deal of my work at Cornell's Program for Computer Graphics is under wraps as well while we work towards paper submissions. However, I have some new personal projects I'll write up soon, in addition to some older projects that I never posted about.
-With that, welcome to Code & Visuals Version 4.0!
+With that, welcome to Code and Visuals Version 4.0!
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-layout: post
-title: Before Eclipse Day
-tags: [Adventures, Photos, Friends, China, Shanghai]
-author: Yining Karl Li
-date: 2009-07-21 01:00:00
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-I'm in Shanghai, and tomorrow a full solar eclipse is going to occur over Shanghai!
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-My friend Ryan Lin from high school arrived at my place tonight. He's in Shanghai specifically for the eclipse tomorrow. Ryan is working on a new comic that's going to launch soon, but more details on that in the future.
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-Ryan's a cool guy. He brought us eclipse glasses.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2009/Jul/DSC_0199.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2009/Jul/DSC_0199.jpg)
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-Quick science lesson: looking at a solar eclipse with your naked eyeballs is really dangerous. Normally when we look at the sun, the brightness of the sun forces us to turn away almost immediately, minimizing the risk for permanent eye damage in the process. During an eclipse though, the sun does not appear as bright, which means when we can stare at the sun longer without averting our eyes. Which is really really bad for us. During a solar eclipse, the part of the sun that shoots our UV that fries our eyeballs is just as active as ever even though the sun's overall brightness appears to drop. Because of this, viewing the sun during a solar eclipse must be done with special eclipse glasses with filter lenses to avoid permanent eye damage. The only exception to this rule is during totality.
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-So these glasses things are REALLY good at blocking out light, which makes sense since they need to block out everything but the faintest hint of light from the sun. When I first put them on, I couldn't see anything. Squat. Zilch. Ryan said the only thing that he had managed to see through the goggles was the filament of a really really bright incandescent light bulb at his home, but we don't have any of those lights in our apartment.
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-The glasses have all these warnings and instructions on the inside. Cool stuff.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2009/Jul/DSC_0198.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2009/Jul/DSC_0198.jpg)
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-Eventually I did manage to see something through the glasses... although not exactly in a good way. I figured "Hey, my Nikon D60 has a really powerful flash unit, so if anything in this apartment is going to be able to push light through these glasses, the flash unit is a good bet." So I proceeded to fire off the flash unit about an inch away from the glasses' filter lenses.
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-Bad idea. Very bad idea. I saw the flash through the filter lenses, but I had forgotten that the flash unit generates a lot of heat. Enough heat to melt through eclipse glasses filter lenses. Which is exactly what happened. Uh oh.
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-The glasses have a warning printed on them that says something to the effect of "Discard immediately if lenses are damaged of punctured." That's not an option here, because Ryan didn't have any extra pairs. He didn't count on my stupidity.
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-The solution: patch up the damaged lens with material that we know will block ALL light. This way I can at least use the one remaining good lens.
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-Eclipse day is tomorrow. Time to sleep.
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-layout: post
-title: Eclipse Day
-tags: [Adventures, Photos, Friends, China, Shanghai]
-author: Yining Karl Li
-date: 2009-07-21 02:00:00
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-
-Today Kevin, Justin, and I took a half day off from work so that we could go eclipse-watching in the morning. We had decided on the lake at Century Park near the international area as our eclipse-watching location.
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-Ryan and I woke up, however, to very bad news. The first thing I saw when I rolled out of bed was... gray thunderclouds as far as the eye could see. Not good.
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-We met with Kevin and Justin at Century Park, this big park near the international zone with a big lake. Perfect for eclipse viewing.... if there weren't any clouds...
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-CLOUDS:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2009/Jul/DSC_0201.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2009/Jul/DSC_0201.jpg)
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-Problem: the sun was only visible for brief seconds through the cloud layer:
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-Even bigger problem: I didn't have a tripod. Which meant I had to prop up my camera on a rock and try to aim it at the sun. We had found this rocky outcropping that jutted out into the lake, so we set up there.
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-Here's Kevin and Justin chilling on the outcropping:
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-I found a rock that worked pretty well as a tripod (Ryan agreed, he set up his video camera on the same rock). I figured that using the viewfinder of my camera to aim the camera at the sun would be okay if I did so during a moment when the sun was behind the clouds. So that's exactly what I did.... but the sun decided to come out right as I was in the middle of aiming. Needless to say, that hurt my eyes. Ouch.
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-But it was worth it! I got some pretty cool pictures:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2009/Jul/DSC_0207.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2009/Jul/DSC_0207.jpg)
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-And then the rain started... ten minutes before totality. Much scrambling to get laptops and cameras and other equipment under this rock cave thing ensued (Justin and I had laptops because we were going to work right after the eclipse). Here's Ryan sitting under a rock:
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-Totality hit pretty suddenly. The plan was for me to shoot pictures and Kevin and Ryan to shoot video, but totality hit us a little earlier than expected. Scrambling occurred again to get the video camera into Kevin's hands and the DSLR camera out from under the rocky cave:
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-<div class='embed-container'><iframe src='https://player.vimeo.com/video/6182782' frameborder='0'>Eclipse Day</iframe></div>
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-Unfortunately, the cloud cover and rain meant that we didn't actually see totality... but we did experience the darkness of totality.
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-9:40 in the morning:
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-Justin in the rain during totality making his way out onto the outcropping:
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-I had to use flash because everything got so dark.
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-Justin and Kevin on the outcropping:
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-Later, when we were leaving Century Park, something amazingly hilarious happened...
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-Justin had bought a Finding Nemo volleyball thing earlier for 3 RMB. On our way out of the park, Justin was hitting the ball around and... it landed in a pond between two bridges. This video should give you an idea of the hilarity that ensued:
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-<div class='embed-container'><iframe src='https://player.vimeo.com/video/6183038' frameborder='0'>Ball Retreival</iframe></div>
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-This went on for like, 10 minutes. Eventually Justin gave up and we left the ball behind.
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-Later, we also found this:
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-A "Caution: Wet Floor" sign in the middle of a rainstorm. The sign is kind of stating the obvious, isn't it?
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-Overall, today made for one interesting day.
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-layout: post
-title: Mika Concert Photos
-tags: [Adventures, Photos, APOD, Friends, Concerts]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-My friend Sarah and I went to a Mika concert last Sunday. Here's some photos!
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2009/Oct/DSC_0664.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2009/Oct/DSC_0664.jpg)
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-tags: [Adventures, Photos, APOD, Friends, Concerts]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-I recently went to a concert by the band Starfield with some friends. Here's some photos!
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-title: Omjii Blog Engine Preview
-tags: [Coding, Announcements, Omjii]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-So I've been mentioning an "Omjii Blog System" for a long while now. In fact, the existence of an Omjii Blog System should be obvious if you're reading this right now. This blog is, after all, is sitting on Omjii.com. That's because this blog is actually the test bed for Omjii Blog System stuff.
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-So what is the Omjii Blog System? It's simple- a blogging engine derived from the Omjii Comic Engine running the main site. The Omjii Comic Engine that Jason and I wrote about a year ago started as a photo blogging engine that morphed itself into a webcomic engine once Chris, Jason, and I decided to start posting our doodles online. At some point, we realized that the Omjii Comic Engine very much resembled a blogging engine underneath- which makes sense, since a. the engine started life as a photo blogging tool and b. a webcomic is, in fact, a blog. So we started to experiment with extending the Omjii Comic Engine into a full blogging tool. Why? Why not?
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-Our goal isn't to face off against Wordpress or Moveable Type or Blogger or whatever. The point of writing the Omjii Blog Engine is purely academic- writing a content management system is a good exercise for coders. The nice side effect of this exercise, however, is that we might just end up with a nice, simple, useable little tool. Sweet. For now, two experimental blogs are running on the engine: this blog, and Emma Ricciardi's [Emma Blog](http://omjii.com/blog/emma/). In addition, Ana Kim's [The WAHH! Blog](http://www.omjii.com/ana) forwards through Omjii to Blogger and will eventually be hosted here.
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-So! What does this engine entail for Omjii.com? Well, we'll be offering Omjii Blogs to people soon as the Omjii Blog Engine approaches completion. It ain't Wordpress, but the cool thing about the Omjii Blog Engine is that we will constantly be tinkering with it and adding cool new things to the bag of tricks it can do.
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-The introduction of Omjii Blogs is naturally going to mean some revisions to the main site design. Here's some concept doodles of what it's going to look like:
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-The first doodle shows two headers. The top header is the standard Omjii header that flies over the main site. The second header, however, is new. When you go from the main comic site to, say, the Emma Blog, the header of the site will magically change into the second, blog oriented header.
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-The second doodle shows an updated design for the second, blog oriented header.
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-Finally, the updated new main header is actually completed and ready to go live. We're just waiting on a few things before releasing it into the wild. It looks like this:
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-So those are some cool new things to expect in the coming weeks!
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-author: Yining Karl Li
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-Remember the comic "[The Story Of Bunbury](http://www.omjii.com/archives/2009/11/04/The_Story_Of_Bunbury)"? Odds are that comic made no sense whatsoever without some context. This story provides that context.
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-So for Halloween weekend, Mary came back to Philly from PennState! Emma was also planning on going home too. Mary and Emma going home meant that Sarah and I were going home for the weekend too. But what about Harry?
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-Harry told us he was too busy to go home over the weekend. He would be staying at Swarthmore all weekend.
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-Obviously, Harry's staying all alone all weekend was unacceptable. Mary, Sarah, Emma and I decided to do the only thing there was to do- if Harry couldn't come see us, we would go see him. We were going to surprise visit Harry.
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-So early Halloween morning, I set out from Penn for Temple to meet with Mary and Sarah (Mary arrived the night before and stayed with Sarah). We stopped at a food truck at Temple and... found some grape drink! Not grape JUICE, mind you, but grape DRINK. Sugar, water,... and purple. Google the skit.
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-So Sarah, Mary, and I went on the train to Swarthmore. Which meant we had a lot of time. Commence messing around with cameras!
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-While we were on the train, Sarah decided to call Harry.
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-"Hello? Hi Harry! We're on the train... home!" said Sarah. "Are you in your room right now?"
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-"I have a volleyball game to go see" replied Harry.
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-"Aw shoot... we're almost home, so we can videochat with you..."
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-Smooth cover, Sarah. Guaranteeing Harry would be in his room when we arrived: check.
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-"It's going to be the best videochat in the world."
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-This picture shows Sarah and Mary after the phone call. Clearly they are supervillians:
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-So we got off at Swarthmore and the first building we could see from the train station was... HARRY'S DORM. TARGET IN SITE. Muahaha. I believe Mary's instant impression of the Swarthmore campus was something like "AAAAAHHHHHH SO PRETTYYYYYYYYYY."
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-Suddenly, a white van appeared around the corner and approached the train station! Why, who could this be? Why, none other than Emma, of course!
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-So we walk walk walked into Swarthmore along their big tree-lined path thinger. There were a LOT of leaves everywhere.
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-The whole time as we walked along, we talked about how we were going to go into Harry's dorm and whether or not we should pick a back entrance to avoid the risk of Harry seeing us. Harry's room is on the first floor, so he could have seen us if we walked by his window. The whole time, though, we didn't realize that his dorm building was locked... but that's okay, somebody let us in.
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-We were in the building! Now onto finding Harry...
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-So we're inside Harry's dorm building looking for his room. Sarah remembered that his door had a picture of some historical person with a mustache, so we looked for that, only to discover that historical people with crazy mustaches was their hall theme and EVERY door had a picture of a historical guy with a mustache. But not to worry, who should we run into but a friend of Harry's? So up we go to Harry's door and once we found our hiding spots, our newfound super awesome Swarthmore spy friend knocked.
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-"Haarrrryyyyyy I wanna go to lunch!"
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-Perfect. Out pops Harry, and... SURPRISE! Minutes later inside his room, he still had this expression on this face:
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-Yes, that's Bruce Lee on his wall.
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-So we hung around in Harry's dorm building for a while... and witnessed the evolution of the Sarah dance! Sarah's dance now include a dinosaur move.
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-Then Harry had to go off to his job. He works in Swarthmore's library. So we followed him, and along the way Mary found her way into this giant, round tree. Apparently Swarthmore fines anybody who climbs or otherwise harms any of the trees on campus since their campus is coextensive with the Scott Arboretum. Arboretums are cool.
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-Harry is quite lucky. Swarthmore's library is just a quick walk away from his dorm building, whereas I have to walk a good 10 to 15 minutes just to reach Penn's main library. I'm jealous.
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-So while Harry did his library work, Emma, Sarah, Mary and I wandered around and explored! The first floor of Swarthmore's library is a "social zone" where talking is allowed. The top floor is an absolute silent floor, as is the basement.
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-Of course we decided to go be rowdy and explore on the top floor and basement.
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-We found something mad neat on one of the floors: bound volumes of newspapers. Now I really want to learn how to bind books so I can make a giant book of Daily Pennsylvanians or something.
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-Emma's version of heaven probably looks something like this place.
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-So where does the Story of Bunbury come in? What happens when a bunch of college kids find gigantic beach chairs? We shall see...
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-So we’re running around the inside of Swarthmore’s library finding the most random things in the world while Harry is doing his cataloguing work.
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-We found some pretty random things. Libraries are mucho neato.
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-Here’s a Professor named J. Roland Pennock.
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-In the basement level, I found a giant shelve of maps and geological summaries from the United States Geological Survey, and under the section labeled “Pennsylvania- L”, I found this- a map of the area around Lansdale! The topology of home sweet home- circa 1983. Cool.
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-Here’s Mary reacting to all of the stuff we found:
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-Okay, actually, I lied. I have no idea what Mary is reacting to in this picture.
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-Eventually we found Harry again just as he shifted from cataloging to front desk work. We wound up sticking around the front desk because now that Harry was in a stationery position, we could chat and banter with him. Plus, the first floor of the library is a “social zone”.
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-Harry obviously likes the front desk better than cataloging.
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-Eventually, somebody found a guest book! So what does Sarah do but start drawing into the guest book? So we take turns drawing and writing and soon a story begins to take shape in the Swarthmore Library guest book, and before too long, the [The Story Of Bunbury](http://www.omjii.com/archives/2009/11/04/The_Story_Of_Bunbury) is born!
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-Here’s Harry with the story:
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-Then we went outside… and saw the giant chairs… big chairs all over the placed! Sitting out in the open! Stacked on top of each other! WE NEED TO CLIMB THEM.
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-The chairs were kinda soggy on account of rain though. But hey, at least the clouds made for some neat shots… like this one of Emma!
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-Some of these chairs looked mad unstable. Oh well, climbing time!
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-And then more exploration…
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-The amazing thing about Swarthmore’s campus is that the campus has soooooo many trees. Which makes for some amazing forest paths and exploratorium opportunities and… one mad crazy insanely cool amphitheater. Fall on the East Coast makes for some pretty photos.
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-As we leave the crazy amphitheater place, we noticed a little path leading into the woods… a path! Well, why would there be a path here unless something interesting was at the other end? So ahead we went, down the slippery leave-strewn path!
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-But the path wound up only leading back to the amphitheater. So instead we went out of the woods and through a scary tunnel…
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-To go see Harry play volleyball at the gym!
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-Harry is BEASTLY at volleyball. But Mary and Emma were tired…
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-But then they woke up again at the end of the day when we all went to get pizza. We got pizza at this place right off campus that makes really greasy, yummy pizza.
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-Harry’s facial expression reveals his doubts about the pizza- those things were bathing in grease.
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-And so thus ended our day of surprise (well, at least for Harry) and adventure!
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-First off, a disclaimer: I'm not by any means good at photography. I've never taken any photo classes and I barely have any idea of what I'm doing with a camera; I only know how to use a DSLR because I bugged Mary into showing me. So who knows? Maybe everything in this post is wildly off of what I'm actually supposed to be doing.
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-That being said, here's a quick note on something I've been playing with lately. Here's some technical background first:
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-So you know how when you take a picture with a film camera, you have to take out the film, go to a photo developing place, and get your film negatives printed as usable, viewable positives? Well, since the beginning of the 21st century, digital cameras have more or less replaced film cameras in all areas except for the most professional and in some vintage or specialized areas of photography. One of the things about digital cameras that people love the most is the fact that a digital camera produces an instantly usable JPG image that doesn't need to be sent to a local Walgreens or Costco for processing and doesn't need to be developed. With digital cameras, you get a nice bunch of files on a memory card instead of a roll of negative film. Awesome.
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-The problem is, JPGs don't give the flexibility that film negatives give. For normal, everyday use, JPGs are fantastic. With modern compression algorithms, you can get a really nice image with a pretty reasonable file size with JPGs, but what if your picture is overexposed or the white balance is off? Tough luck- a lot of photo programs out there today can do some adjustments and make some attempts at correction, but the fact that the JPG file format is a lossy compression format limits the editing options open to JPG files. Editing and correcting JPG files is possible, but doing so is not nearly as flexible as working with camera raw files. What is a camera raw file? To explain that, we need to look at lossy and nonlossy compression first.
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-So what is a lossy compression format? Well, let's start with what nonlossy, uncompressed data is. When a camera takes a picture, or a microphone records some sound, or a video camera takes some video, the data from the camera or microphone or whatnot is dumped into a pile of nonlossy, uncompressed data. The problem with nonlossy, uncompressed data is that it takes up an astronomical amount of storage space. For example, an uncompressed WAV audio file can take up hundreds of megabytes for a single three minute song. This is where lossy compression comes in. An MP3 is a lossy compression of raw audio data like WAV files- an MP3 of a single three minute song is usually somewhere from 3 to 6 megabytes in size- much much smaller than the uncompressed WAV file. Yet, the sound that comes through your speakers or headphones from an MP3 is in almost all cases virtually indistinguishable from the sound from a WAV file, assuming that the MP3 was processed correctly. So how does the MP3 manage to sound, for all intents and purposes, the same but remain much smaller in size? The solution is simple- lossy compression such as MP3 files tosses out swaths of data from the uncompressed data, but do so in a way that the end result is still close enough to the original to be hard to distinguish. JPG files operate on the same principle as MP3s- they toss out tons of normally unneeded data to achieve a reasonably small file size while maintaining pretty good image quality (although there are cases where this fails, but that's a discussion for another day). That's the basics of lossy compression, if you want to learn more, the [Wikipedia article on the topic is excellent](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lossy_compression).
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-So what does all of that stuff have to do with photography? Well, just as how the raw (uncompressed) equivalent to an MP3 is a WAV file, the raw equivalent to a JPG is a camera raw file (the specific file format varies from camera manufacturer to manufacturer, but all of these formats do the same thing- store raw data). You can think of film negatives and the resulting positive prints as the film camera equivalent of camera raw files and JPGs. In fact, for this reason, camera raw files are often referred to as "digital negatives". Much like a film negative, a camera raw file by itself is unusable for printing or scrap booking or editing or whatnot, but since the camera raw file contains ALL of the data output from the camera's image sensor, the camera raw file can be used to produce a finished useable JPG.
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-So what's the point of using camera raw files if you can set your camera to automatically produce a JPG? Why go to the trouble of getting a JPG out of the raw file yourself? Take a look below at a shot of a sign in Times Square that I took on our trip to New York City:
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-The image on the left is the JPG that the camera automatically processed. The image on the right is the same picture, but it's the JPG that I processed manually from the raw file. When you tell a camera to produce a JPG, the camera takes the raw file produced by its image sensor, and then processes that raw file into a JPG using some educated guesswork to set white balance, color grading, and so and so forth. Cameras today have gotten really good at automatically processing raw files into JPGs, but sometimes they don't get things exactly right. For example, in the camera processed JPG on the left, the photo has lost a lot of color information has been lost. As a result, the image on the left would look washed out when compared to real life. The image on the right has retained more or the color of the original real life scene, and has had corrections for both exposure and white balance errors in the original. The result is a photo much more accurate to what the scene looks like in real life.
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-That's the magic of raw files. Keeping and using RAW files lets you control the processing steps to produce the resulting JPG, and as a result you can coax a much more real life-accurate image out of the raw file, correct for exposure, white-balance, and other mistakes from shooting, and even change the look of the image away from reality if you wish. Almost all professional photographers today process their images manually from raw files for this very reason. Some examples of applications that support raw processing include Apple's Aperture and Adobe's Lightroom. I use Adobe Lightroom, but all of these applications do more or less the same thing and choosing one is really a matter of personal preference.
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-Let's take a look at some more examples (for all examples, "Before" images are camera processed JPGs and "After" images are processed in Adobe Lightroom):
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-In the above nighttime shot of Times Square, the left image has been slightly underexposed. When I shot the original image, I purposely underexposed the image to lower the risk of blurring from my movement. However, the result is that the camera processed image wipes out a lot of details that are in the dark. Processing the raw file, however, allows details like the skyscraper windows and the night sky to be preserved. The image below is a small section of the above photo where some of this detail is most evident:
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-Here's another example of correcting for underexposure, taken during a hang-out session at Emma's house:
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-Emma's living room was fairly dimly lit, so taking well lit pictures would require long exposures, but people move during long exposures, resulting in blurry pictures. As an alternative, I purposely underexposed when shooting and then corrected that underexposure in raw processing later.
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-Now let's look at white balance correction with raw processing:
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-In the above shot, the original photo has an extremely yellow/orange appearance because of the indoor lights at the Toys R Us we were in. The white balance in the original shot is clearly off, so as a result, the resulting camera processed JPG is very yellow/orange. Processing the raw file in Lightroom, however, affords us the opportunity to correct the white balance, resulting in an image much closer to what the human eye sees.
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-Here's another example of white balance correction:
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-One more example of white balance correction, this time with delicious cupcakes from Magnolia Bakery.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jan/cupcakes_beforeafter.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jan/cupcakes_beforeafter.jpg)
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-Now let's look at an example with overexposure:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jan/gallery_beforeafter.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jan/gallery_beforeafter.jpg)
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-The above shot was taken in a gallery at the Museum of Modern Art. The original shot was overexposed, so as a result, the image on the left looks like the lights in the gallery are washing out everything else in the image. Colors look washed out and details in the floorboards and the artwork on the wall are lost. Applying exposure correction during raw processing, however, allows us to restore details and color. We're not actually adding anything new to the image- all of the details and colors lost in the camera processed JPG still remain in the raw file, we just need to bring them out. The shot below is a more extreme example of detail loss from overexposure and subsequent detail recovery in raw processing:
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-In the top "before" image, overexposure has washed out details such as the train line map on the wall. The "before" image also has white balance issues. Processing, however, allows to get the image on the bottom. The crop below shows the detail we recovered in the train line map:
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-Here's an example with flash. Typically using flash in photography is a bad, bad idea (more on that in the future), but sometimes the setting is so dark that you have to use flash. In the few cases where flash use is acceptable, however, flash still doesn't help out a lot. Flash certainly brightens up the scene, but also casts deep shadows and rarely succeeds in lighting a room evenly. The result is a photo where more is visible than sans flash, but the photo is still extremely dark:
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-However, we can treat the problem as an exposure and white balance issue, which we can adjust and correct for in raw processing. As a result, we can even out the lighting in the picture somewhat and make the results from the flash a little less harsh.
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-Finally, Here's an example where sunlight acts a nuisance by causing exposure issues again:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jan/chris_beforeafter.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jan/chris_beforeafter.jpg)
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-In the shot above, the sunlight streaming in the bus we were on made for excellent lighting, but also meant exposure issues and, as a result, washed out colors. Raw processing allows us to get the much more reality-accurate image in the right.
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-Another example of sunlight issues, this time on a skyscraper:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jan/hotel_beforeafter.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jan/hotel_beforeafter.jpg)
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-All of the above being said, however, using camera raw files has drawbacks too. The main advantage using camera processed JPGs holds over camera raw files is ease and convenience- processing raw files takes time and adds an additional step to any photo processing workflow. On top of that, camera raw files can be anywhere from two to ten times as large as the equivalent JPG, depending on the nonlossy compression scheme used in the specific file format. Fortunately, however, many cameras today have an option to produce a JPG, but also keep a copy of the raw file in case you want to play with it yourself. This way you can instantly get a useable, workable JPG file, but can also go back and process the raw later if you feel so inclined.
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-In the end, whether or not a picture looks good or not requires more than just raw processing and is completely subjective. Even so, raw processing can still be useful. I have to admit, I'm not particularly good at actually framing shots or whatnot, but at least I can make sure any flaws in my photos are my fault alone and not the result of automatic camera processing.
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-layout: post
-title: Stuff About Fonts
-tags: [Announcements, Omjii, Coding, Typography]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-Just a quick note:
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-Today we've added a nifty little addition to Omjii's Switcheroo tool- Typesetting options!
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jan/switcherootypeset.png)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jan/switcherootypeset.png)
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-Up to now, the site has been typeset exclusively with Omjii's custom YiningStyle Mark II font (download link [here](http://www.omjii.com/css/fonts/YiningStyleMarkII.ttf)). We've been accomplishing custom typesetting through the use of the @font-face rules that are in CSS3, meaning all HTML5/CSS3 compliant browsers (Firefox 3.5 and up, Safari 4 and up, Chrome 2 and up, etc) have been displaying Omjii with our custom font. Internet Explorer users see the site typeset in Arial since IE has really bizarre support for @font-face (don't worry, we're working on a workaround).
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-Now, however, you can use the Switcheroo tool to retypeset the site in Helvetica! We're implemented this new option due to request by several readers (Mindy was particularly outspoken about this). We'll add other fonts in the future.
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-The Switcheroo Typeset option works like all other Switcheroo options.
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-On a related note, if you're on a PC and have noticed that the Omjii font (and all other fonts on your computer, for that matter) looks jagged, the reason is probably because you have ClearType turned off. ClearType is Windows' font-smoothing option for the Windows font renderer. Basically, font-smoothing is a method for making fonts on computer screens look less jagged and more, well, smooth. Mac OSX users, don't worry about this, OSX smooths fonts by default.
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-A visual example might be the best way to explain the difference between font-smoothing and sans font-smoothing. Here's Omjii's font sans font-smoothing:
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-![{{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jan/fontwrong.png]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jan/fontwrong.png)
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-...and here with font-smoothing:
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-Clearly, font-smoothing looks much nicer!
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-layout: post
-title: New Server
-tags: [Announcements, Omjii]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-As many of you may have noticed, at around 6:30 AM on Friday (Jan. 22nd), Omjii.com went offline. Something happened at our hosting service (we're still not really sure what) with our server, which wiped out all of Omjii's data. Hence the site going offline.
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-Fortunately, we backed up our server only a few days back! At the time of this posting, all data has been successfully recovered. Excellent news. However, we've switched servers.
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-Previously, we were using a cheap-o server at a company that'll remain unnamed here. That server ran all right most of the time, but tended to get really slow at times and at other times produced random glitches and errors that messed with the site.
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-No more shall that happen. Today we've switched to the excellent, excellent people at [Arvixe](http://www.arvixe.com/) for our hosting and server needs. The new server we've got is nice, shiny, big, clean, and crazy fast. Like, race-horse duct taped to a scud-missile fast.
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-So, our new server is quite amazing and most excellent. However, repointing our URL away from our old servers and at our new servers requires something called [DNS propagation](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_propagation). If you're interested, the Wikipedia article linked to there provides plenty of technical info. For those who couldn't care less about the tech side, however, all you need to know is that when you change what site a URL leads to, the change isn't instantaneous. Because of how the Internet works, different areas will get the updated URL at different times, meaning Omjii will remain broken longer for some of you than others. Propagation should only take up to 24 hours, however, so by tomorrow everything will be back to normal.
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28 _posts/deprecated/2010-02-10-some-shapes-and-patterns.md
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-layout: post
-title: Some Shapes and Patterns
-tags: [Art, Photoshop/Illustrator, College, Digital Design Foundations]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-For our Digital Design Foundations class's first project, we've been doing some basic things with shapes and patterns in Illustrator so that students new to Illustrator can get the hang of things. Easy stuff, but kinda fun.
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-The first thing we had to do was make a shape and use three of that shape to make a bigger shape. I made my little shape interlock with itself:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/Project1Shape1.png)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/Project1Shape1.png)
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/Project1Shape2.png)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/Project1Shape2.png)
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-Then we had to cut out a little square or piece from the shapes and use that square or piece to make some black and white patterns. Here's a whole bunch:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/Project1Studies1.png)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/Project1Studies1.png)
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/Project1Studies2.png)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/Project1Studies2.png)
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-The final step of the project was to take some of the patterns we made, add a color, and make a gigantic pattern thing:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/Project1Final.png)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/Project1Final_full.png)
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-We got to print our final pattern things on gigantic HP Designjet plotters. So now I have a gigantic 6 foot by 6 foot poster of this pattern. Sweet!
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-Our next project involves drawing celebrities with interesting hair, hence all those random people studies I've been doing. I think this next project is going to be fun.
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-layout: post
-title: Harry's Book
-tags: [Art, Adventures, Photos, APOD, Friends]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-Over winter break, my friends and I did a Secret Santa gift exchange, and my assignment was [Harry](http://blog.yiningkarlli.com/2009/11/surprising-harrando.html). I found this crazy book for him called [The Man's Manual](http://www.amazon.com/Mans-Manual-Secrets-Waitress-Hypnosis/dp/1602392412). But of course just giving him the book straight up isn't much fun, so I decided to disguise the book as a thoroughly dull sounding Biology or Chemistry book. The disguise would also have the added bonus of allowing the Man's Manual to blend in with Harry's textbooks. Here's what I cooked up:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/cover.png)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/cover.png)
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-I don't even know what Organic Spectroscopy is, but I figured it sounds very important and difficult. I'm kind of proud of the fake publisher I made up (okay, actually stole from Cartalk): "Dewie Cheetem and Howie". Also, the one author "Larking" is from "Liniy Larking", a pseudonym created by scrambling the letters in "Yining Karl Li".
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-Some pictures of the assembled book and dust jacket before delivery to Harry:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0138.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0138.jpg)
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0139.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/DSC_0139.jpg)
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16 _posts/deprecated/2010-02-20-mountains-and-valley.md
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-layout: post
-title: The Mountains and the Valley
-tags: [Art, Doodle/Sketches, Pencil/Pen/Charcoal/Paper]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-At [Ana's](http://floatingdoor.blogspot.com/) suggestion, I gave drawing mountains a try. She warned me that mountains are harder to do than you might think. She's right.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/mountain.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/mountain.jpg)
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-I'm not exactly sure what I drew. Some sort of valley. I guess if this were a real place, it's probably be up in the Alps or something. The Alps tends to have nice pretty valleys.
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-Here's a crappy scan from when I was working on it:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/mountainprogress1.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/mountainprogress1.jpg)
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10 _posts/deprecated/2010-02-21-shiny-lamp.md
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-layout: post
-title: Shiny Lamp
-tags: [Art, Doodle/Sketches, Pencil/Pen/Charcoal/Paper]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-Here's an attempt to draw something shiny. I discovered that shiny things are really really really hard to draw... figuring out how to do highlights took me a long time.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/lamp.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Feb/lamp.jpg)
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28 _posts/deprecated/2010-03-11-perspective-sketches.md
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-layout: post
-title: Perspective Sketches
-tags: [Art, Doodle/Sketches, College, Digital Design Foundations]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-For our current Digital Design Foundations project, we're doing stuff involving perspective. Here's some perspective sketches I did:
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-A random box:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Mar/box.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Mar/box.jpg)
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-...and an Apple Cinema Display:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Mar/monitor.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Mar/monitor.jpg)
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-A series of rooms:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Mar/perspective1.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Mar/perspective1.jpg)
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-I know, I know, the chair in this one is messed up. Maybe it's a hoverchair that... um... can fly...
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Mar/perspective2.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Mar/perspective2.jpg)
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-And the stairs in this one are weird. I'll get this eventually.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Mar/roomdownsketch.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Mar/roomdownsketch.jpg)
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-layout: post
-title: Gesture Drawings
-tags: [Art, Pencil/Pen/Charcoal/Paper, Drawing Class, College]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-This summer, for the first time ever, I'm taking a hard core art class! By "hard core art class", I mean classes like Drawing or Painting or whatnot. Traditional art. Not that I have anything against photography or digital stuff (which I've already been exploring).
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-I'm not really sure how taking Drawing 1 this summer is going to work out, since I'm not particularly amazing at drawing. Hopefully I'll get better and better as I get more practice. So every week, I'll try to post as much stuff as I can from class to show how much I am (or am not) progressing.
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-On Monday we had class for the first time but didn't really do anything since we didn't have anything to draw on and with. By Tuesday though, we had all went to Blick Art Materials (amazing amazing place) and gotten sketchpads and drawing pads and pencils and charcoal and whatnot.
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-Our professor had us start with timed gesture drawings on Tuesday. The point was to learn how to recognize the basic forms of objects and stuff. Basically, we were given really short time spans ranging from 15 seconds to a few minutes to quickly sketch still life setups.
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-We started with a bike. This one was done in 15 seconds:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/May/DSC_0054.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/May/DSC_0054.jpg)
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-For this one, we did one gesture drawing in 15 seconds, then our professor had us rub out the drawing and do another one in 15 seconds.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/May/DSC_0053.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/May/DSC_0053.jpg)
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-We had 20 seconds for this one:
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-Then we drew a bear, again in 15 seconds:
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-Then we drew the bear again, rubbed it out, and redrew a third time, now in 30 seconds:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/May/DSC_0051.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/May/DSC_0051.jpg)
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-Things started getting interesting when we moved onto a more complex still life with a potted plant, an old rotary telephone, and a jar. We started with one minute:
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-Then we had two minutes:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/May/DSC_0047.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/May/DSC_0047.jpg)
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-...and finally we had three minutes:
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-Finally, we moved on to this gigantic still life with a ton of random stuff in the middle of the room on a platform. We had about ten minutes for this one:
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-Overall, that was a pretty hard exercise. We were working in charcoal, which is way harder to use than I thought it would be, and the time limits made getting everything onto the paper pretty tough. That was interesting.
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-layout: post
-title: New Sketchbook&#58 Accounting and Vance Hall
-tags: [Art, Doodle/Sketches, Pencil/Pen/Charcoal/Paper]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-I really need to get better at drawing and sketching. Because as of now, I'm still rubbish at it.
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-I've decided to get one of those little pocket-sized-ish sketchbooks. My plan is to carry it everywhere and do a few quick and maybe not so quick sketches a day. Hopefully by the time the sketchbook is full, I'll have gotten a tad better.
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-Today I got bored in Accounting class and decided to try to sketch my professor as a first exercise. It kind of resembles him, I suppose. I'm not very good at sketching live people.
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jun/page01-02.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jun/page01-02.jpg)
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-Penn has this one really cool building called Vance Hall that looks like some kind of high tech sci-fi laboratory. It's actually one of Wharton's buildings with boring Wharton things inside, which is a very not cool way to make use of a very cool building. I thought that building might be fun to sketch.
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44 _posts/deprecated/2010-06-18-omjiiwordpressnew-blogging-system.md
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-layout: post
-title: Omjii+Wordpress=New Blogging System
-tags: [Coding, Announcements, Omjii]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-As you can see, my blog looks different from what it looked like a few days back! What's going on?
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-Omjii Blogs is getting a massive massive overhaul, that's what's going on.
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-8 months ago, Jason, Chris, and I announced the [Omjii Blog System](http://blog.yiningkarlli.com/2009/10/omjii-blog-engine-preview.html), a blogging engine derived from the Omjii Comic System powering our little webcomic. Initially the creation of the Omjii Blog System was meant to be just an exercise in designing and coding a basic dynamic content management system. This meant that the Omjii Blog System took shape as a relatively simple blogging engine that delivered the core functionality of a blog, but omitted a lot of the bells and whistles offered by systems built by people who actually know what they are doing, such as WordPress or Movable Type or Blogger. We invited our friends to try out the Omjii Blog System and give the system a general real-life usage test in order to evaluate how good of a job we did. After 8 months of continuous use, I think we can safely say that the Omjii Blog System successfully met our goal of a simple, lightweight content management system.
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-However, in those 8 months, the test blogs that started on the Omjii Blog System developed into full-fledged actual blogs, regularly updated by their authors. Omjii Blogs now faces a very different purpose from its original purpose- initially designed as an academic exercise, Omjii Blogs is now supporting live, actual blogs by our friends. Now that Omjii Blogs is a real life, albeit very small, blogging platform, we need to be able to address all of the blogging needs of our users- needs that the Omjii Blog System was not designed to handle. As a result, we have decided to move forward with deploying a modified version of [WordPress MultiUser](http://mu.wordpress.org/) on Omjii Blogs. Most of the modifications made to WordPress MU were to integrate WordPress MU into our existing Omjii system and to ensure backward compatibility with the Omjii Blog System. All Omjii blogs will be migrated from the Omjii Blog System to the much more powerful WordPress MU system. So what does this change mean? Here are four of the many new changes:
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-1. Better, faster, more robust editing tools. While writing a post, you can now switch between visual and HTML modes to get your post to look exactly the way you want it to look. Inserting images and videos from Youtube, Vimeo, etc. is now much easier as well.
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-2. File uploads. You can now upload images, music files, video files, documents, PDFs, pretty much anything you please (minus a few security related restrictions, such as PHP files) to a folder in your blog.
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-3. Configurable layouts. Instead of being restricted to the standard Omjii layout of the Omjii Blog System, you can now stack text, navigation elements, widgets, etc. any way you please.
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-4. Themes. Instead of having to stick with the preset Omjii look and style, you can make your blog look any way you want by using WordPress themes. All standard WordPress themes work with our Omjii variant of WordPress MU, although some themes require minor tweaking to work. For that reason, before you can apply a new theme you have picked out, we need to screen the theme first to make sure necessary tweaks are made. Don't worry, we won't stand in the way of your creativity and refuse the use of any themes. Our tweaks also won't change the outward appearance of the theme, the tweaks are only made to the underlying mechanics that run the theme.
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-Here are some examples of themes, demonstrated with the [Emma Blog](http://www.omjii.com/emma). The Omjii Blog System look is on the left, WordPress themes are displayed to the right:
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-Applying a new theme doesn't require any coding or messy work at all. All you have to do is click a button. The new themes functionality brought to Omjii Blogs by the adoption of WordPress MU is really really cool.
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-The modifications we've made to WordPress MU are for getting WordPress MU to integrate into Omjii's existing user system and to ensure backward compatibility with the Omjii Blog System. So what does that mean?
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-1. Nothing has changed about how you log into Omjii. Just as before, logging in is done through the Switcheroo tool and the main Omjii site is still the same Omjii you know and (hopefully) love. However, when you sign in to your Omjii account, you will also be automatically signed into Omjii's WordPress MU system as well, so you can start posting without having to dig around for a new login page on Omjii. You can also sign in separately to WordPress MU.
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-2. Every last bit of content that was written and posted on the Omjii Blog System will show up in WordPress MU. We have added a layer to WordPress MU that allowed WordPress MU to be able to read, understand, and import posts from the Omjii Blog System. Your Omjii Blog will now sport a new look due to WordPress MU, but not a single word you wrote has been lost in the process.
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-3. Similar to how all of your content remains intact in WordPress MU, all of the metadata surrounding your posts also remain intact. Facebook Comments made to your posts on the Omjii Blog System show up completely intact in WordPress MU as if no change ever occurred. Even all of your permalinks are intact- going to a permalink for a post originally written in the Omjii Blog System will now lead to the same post in your WordPress MU powered blog. Even your RSS feed works just like it always has- you don't even need to point subscribers at a new RSS feed location.
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-We've worked hard to make sure that the transition from the Omjii Blog System to WordPress MU will be perfectly smooth and absolutely seamless. Happy blogging!
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44 _posts/deprecated/2010-06-19-contour-and-negative-space-drawings.md
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-layout: post
-title: Contour and Negative Space Drawings
-tags: [Pencil/Pen/Charcoal/Paper, Drawing Class]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-During the second week of Drawing class, we moved on from [gesture drawings](http://blog.yiningkarlli.com/2010/05/gesture-drawings.html) to contour drawings and negative space drawings.
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-The idea behind contour drawings is to draw an object as a single unbroken line to create a sort of outline drawing. This series of exercises was supposed to help us better understand forms. Everything we did for contour was pencil on paper or pencil on newsprint.
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-We started with a bamboo plant kind of thing:
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-We then moved on to a variation of contour drawing called blind contour drawing. Blind contour drawing works just like normal contour drawing, but you're not allowed to actually look at the paper and pencil. Instead, you stare at the object you are drawing and only look at the paper quickly when you need to reset where your pencil is. The idea behind blind contour drawing is that by removing the distraction of the paper, you can focus more on noticing all of the little details in how each line goes. Needless to say, I found blind contour drawing to be mad difficult.
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-We started with a cow skull:
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-Then we moved on to a (fake) human skull:
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-Next, we did a normal contour drawings with both vertical and horizontal lines meant to express not only the outline of the object, but that sort of wireframe of the object.
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-I tried a conch shell, without much success. I must admit, I'm not very happy with this drawing:
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-Later in the week we moved on to a different exercise for practicing seeing form called negative space drawing. In negative space drawing, you put down everything that *isn't* the subject of the drawing and suggest what the subject is through the blank space that remains. We used diluted india ink on paper.
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-My first attempt with a plant:
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-...and my second attempt. I didn't actually finish the second one; I may go back and finish it later on:
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-India ink is mad hard to use. It's also mad dark, so getting it on clothes is really annoying.
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-More later!
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-tags: [Art, Photos]
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-I got the iPhone 4 over the weekend. One of the most widely anticipated new features in the iPhone 4 that I've been looking forward to the most is the new 5 megapixel, backlit camera with LED flash. Obviously 5 megapixels is quite a bit less than the 8 megapixels you can find on the HTC Droid Incredible or HTC Evo 4G or Motorola Droid X, but as any person remotely interested in photography should know, megapixel count is actually [not very relevant to how good the photos the camera takes look](http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/news/2009/03/why-weve-reached-the-end-of-the-camera-megapixel-race.ars). I've spent a few days playing with the iPhone 4's camera, and I'm confident in saying it's hands down the best cellphone camera ever made. Heck, it's better than the vast majority of dedicated point and shoots on the market. It's obviously still not as good as my trusty Nikon D60 DSLR, but for everyday purposes, the iPhone 4's camera is more then enough.
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-Here are some photos I took throughout a day. Except where noted, all photos were imported into Lightroom 3 and resized but not retouched in any way otherwise. In other words, this is how photos come straight out of the iPhone 4's camera.
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-A basket on the island at home. I'm really impressed with how the iPhone 4 kept the temperature in the foreground nice and warm and kept the background cool.
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-I was really surprised to find that the iPhone 4's camera is actually good enough to serve as a decent art photography camera. The following photo is a photo of a large painting on the wall in a hallway in Addams Fine Arts Hall outside of our Drawing 1 class studio. The colors are more or less dead on:
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-A shot outside Addams Hall facing the Annenberg Public Policy Center's glass facade:
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-Bicycles outside of Addams Hall:
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-One really nifty feature in the iPhone 4's camera (this feature was also in the iPhone 3GS) is the ability to tap the screen to arbitrarily pick a point that the camera will calculate appropriate exposure bracketing, focus, and white balance from. The next three photos all show Addams Hall from the same position at the same time of day, but I picked three different points to focus on:
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-The iPhone 4's camera is really fast too. These shots were taken on the R5 crossing the Susquehanna river leaving 30th Street Station. The train was moving pretty fast, but the iPhone 4 still managed to get these shots without much motion blur:
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-Since you can pick focus points, capturing brilliant skies is really easy with the iPhone 4.
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-This one is just a neat shot I liked of the glass wall at the Temple R5 station:
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-When the train stopped at Wayne Junction, I realized something really neat about tap to focus- since tapping different points to focus also changed the exposure bracketing, the iPhone 4 is effectively a very easy to use HDR camera. Just tap to focus in several different places, and you have a string of shots at different exposures that can be merged to HDR later. Here's two shots of the station at different exposures:
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-[![]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jun/IMG_0039.jpg)]({{site.url}}/content/images/2010/Jun/IMG_0039.jpg)
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-...and then the two shots merged to HDR through Photomatix Pro and tone mapped:
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-...alternatively, Photomatix Pro has a new Exposure Fusion method of calculating a HDR photo. I actually prefer Exposure Fusion to tone mapping:
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-All in all, I'm really quite happy with the iPhone 4's camera. I've been looking for a good pocket camera for a while, and I think I've finally found one. The fact that the iPhone 4 can also use the phone's GPS chip to automatically geotag photos is just an even more amazing bonus.
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-I think I'm going to try following [Sarah's example](http://yangee.tumblr.com) and start posting random camera photos every week. Stay tuned!
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-Recently I've been experimenting with exposure fusion, a new technique that is [sort of like HDR, but not HDR](http://digital-photography-school.com/exposure-fusion-what-is-it-how-does-it-compare-to-hdr-how-do-i-do-it). After a week of experimenting, I've decided I prefer exposure fusion to HDR, mainly because there's no messy tone-mapping involved, which means... less of a chance for people to really screw up the photos. HDR done right looks really good, but when people do HDR for the sake of HDR, things get [overdone really fast](http://www.jmg-galleries.com/blog/2007/08/15/why-i-hate-hdr-photo-technology-porn/).
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-These were taken through the course of the week throughout the University City area, at various points on the R5 train to Lansdale, and at home. Everything that isn't flowers was shot on my iPhone, everything that is flowers was shot with my Nikon D60.
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-The Penn Bookstore:
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-Some random bushes. Check the geotagged GPS coordinates in the EXIF data (all of these photos are- and all of my photos from now on will be- geotagged) if you care to know where this was taken.
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-title: likimmun.
-tags: [Announcement, Art, Photos]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-[Ana Kim](http://www.anajkim.com/), [Sarah Mun](http://yangee.tumblr.com/), and I are starting a joint daily photoblog! Each day all three of us upload a photo to the site. We're supposed to try to post recently taken photos, but tapping into our older shots is okay too as long as the shot being posted hasn't been published before. The site is running on a modified version of the [Omjii](http://www.omjii.com/) engine.
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-So every day, three photos by the three of us.
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-I'm really excited. Why don't you [take a look?](http://www.likimmun.com/)
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-Bonus: This is the photo we used for the [site teaser](http://www.likimmun.com/teaser.php):
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-It's one of my dad's old lenses.
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-tags: [Art, Doodle/Sketches, Pencil/Pen/Charcoal/Paper]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-I'm still not good at sketching... which means I need to practice more.
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-30th Street Station (as best as I can remember):
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-More daily sketching...
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-My CIS121 professor. We call him Kostas, which is short for Konstantinos. We were talking about using binary trees to compress data.
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-I was in the main Mac lab at Addams hall and I saw this guy reaching for his coffee, but he spent probably 5 entire minutes just sort of waving his hand around since the coffee was just out of reach. For some reason he didn't bother to lean over the entire time.
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-tags: [Art, Doodles/Sketches, Pencil/Pen/Charcoal/Paper]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-I really need to learn how to draw people.
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-So I've been practicing! Sketchbook page from today... I used random images across the interwebs and the Art of Toy Story 3 as reference:
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-...and another random sketchbook page, this time a doodle of my FNCE100 professor:
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-author: Yining Karl Li
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-I have a pretty sizeable backlog of things from the Drawing class I took over the summer, so I'm going to start posting a few things from over the summer each week.
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-One homework assignment we had was to do an environmental drawing with ink. I did a tree based on a photo I took at Peace Valley Park.
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-An amusing sidenote: for large format things, I usually depend on decent lighting and my Nikon D60, but this particular drawing was small enough that I decided to try using a large format scanner with it. Even with a giant large format scanner though, I ended up having to scan it in four segments and then stitch the segments in Photoshop. Photoshop is good at auto-stitching!
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-author: Yining Karl Li
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-Today\: two shading/value exercises from over the summer! I'm not terribly good at drawing with pencil, but I really like pencil. Shading is so easy with pencil!
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-I have this big wooden model of a sailboat back home:
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-This one is from the standard painted-white objects exercises that seem to be part of every drawing class ever:
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-tags: [Pixar, Art, Adventures, Doodle/Sketches, Pencil/Pen/Charcoal/Paper]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-I spent the Fourth of July weekend with my aunt and uncle and little cousin. :) Well, I call her my little cousin, because I always remember her as being little, but now she's like 12. Not so little anymore. Anyhoo, on Sunday I showed her around Pixar and then my aunt and uncle took us to the beach.
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-Here are some crappy doodles I made at the beach:
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-Yup. I am not good at drawing.
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-On a sidenote, I can't post any Pixar stuff now due to NDA, but I might be able to post a few project things at the end of the summer. We shall see.
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-More later!
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-tags: [Pixar, Art, Adventures, Doodle/Sketches, Pencil/Pen/Charcoal/Paper]
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-Last weekend I went to [Sketchcrawl 32](http://www.sketchcrawl.com/) with fellow Pixarians [Kendra Phillips](http://kendora.blogspot.com/), [Stewart Hills](http://vimeo.com/user2536161), [Aimei Kutt](http://aimeikutt.com), and [Jeff Gipson](http://vimeo.com/user7067226)! The basic idea behind Sketchcrawl is a bunch of artists gather, sketch all day, and then scatter. We sketched in and around San Francisco's Ghirardelli Square.
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-I'm still not a very good drawer and I still have massive difficulties drawing people. :p But I think I'm improving.... more practice!
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-I was hoping that [Enrico Casarosa](http://www.enricocasarosa.com/wordpress.1/) would be there, but he couldn't make it to this one. I've only ever seen Enrico in the halls at work and at a screening of La Luna. I got to meet some really cool people from Dreamworks at Sketchcrawl, though. I met [Francesco Giroldini](http://giro3d.blogspot.com/) and [Lindsey Olivares](http://www.lindseyolivares.blogspot.com/)! You can see everybody's Sketchcrawl @ San Francisco stuff on the [official Sketchcrawl forums](http://www.sketchcrawl.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=57&t=6759).
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-tags: [Announcements]
-author: Yining Karl Li
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-I have a new photoblog!
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-[Karl Has A Camera](http://camera.yiningkarlli.com/)
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-Why start a photoblog when I already have this blog? Well, I originally started this blog as just a general catch-all blog for my projects, adventures, and such, but over the past year or so, this blog has evolved into a heavily computer-graphics projects focused blog, hence the name change from "Karu Blog" to "Code and Visuals" a while back. As such, I've decided to spin off my photos and adventuring into "Karl Has A Camera" in order to keep things more organized.
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-I'm going to keep my [backup archive](http://omjii.com/blog/karu/) ([explanation here](http://yiningkarlli.blogspot.com/2011/03/mirror-mirror-on-wall.html)) unified, but from now on, for my public facing stuff, "Code and Visuals" is for computer graphics projects and occasional doodles and art projects, and "Karl Has A Camera" is for photos and adventuring.
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-[My first post on "Karl Has A Camera" is about East Nanjing Road in Shanghai!](http://camera.yiningkarlli.com/2012/05/nanjing-road-east-at-night.html)
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-Actually, this reminds me: I am currently also working on redesigning yiningkarlli.com and Likimmun, and also working on the waaaayyyy overdue Omjii relaunch. Those will all be coming soon!
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-We now return to our regularly scheduled computer graphics programming.
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