The Joy Of Photoshop

April 16th, 2003  |  Published in Uncategorized

The Joy of Photoshop Elements, anyhow, which I got for my birthday. It turns routine photos of the cheese block man at the Tillamook Cheese Factory into special paintings celebrating America’s dairy workers:

His job, btw, is to intercept pieces of cheese that are too small or too large and alternately add thin slices of cheese to boost their size to the appropriate standard or remove thin slices to get them down to the correct size. The fun came from watching him never, ever miss a single piece of mal-sized cheese, even when he was distracted.

(Sized large, by the way, for a short life as your favorite wallpaper ever.)

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