[Bf-committers] I think this should be added
Bartek Skorupa (priv)
bartekskorupa at bartekskorupa.com
Sat Oct 6 11:04:35 CEST 2012
When thinking about adding guides, I'd really appreciate "Action Safe". We have "Title Safe" but that's not enough.
On 6 paź 2012, at 10:59, Julian Hhhhhh <julian.hhhhhh at googlemail.com> wrote:
> This is just a really fancy way of saying that these points are at the same
> distance to two of the edges of the image. Not more. I do believe that this
> might be a good guide, but it's pretty trivial that it will often look good
> to place important things in an image at the same distance to, for example,
> the left and the top edge. The reason why I would not include that is
> because that is something that is very easy to check without any crazy
> lines. Positioning something at equal distance to two borders is something
> most people are able to judge with their eyes. Very precisely.
> Doesn't help that he cropped off the top of Mona Lisa, otherwise the line
> goes through her nose.
> Just my opinion on this.
> 2012/10/6 Nicholas Rishel <rishel.nick at gmail.com>
>> But don't allow this assumption to prevent you from applying a scientific
>> process to verify the disproof. There is knowledge in the ability to say
>> that something is verifiability wrong if the hypothesis could be
>> intuitively believed.
>> On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 2:05 AM, Harley Acheson <harley.acheson at gmail.com
>>> Take almost any image and bisect a broad diagonal stroke somewhere
>>> near the center and the probability is quite high that it will intersect
>>> interesting, especially when your definition of interesting is fuzzy.
>>> But for this game you are allowed to do it four times and then choose the
>>> best one of the four. Don't be surprised when what you select is
>>> to you. That is because you are aligning the guides to the image instead
>>> of the image to the guides.
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