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Canon
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Sep 29, 2012, 7:36:30 PM
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Cyberpunk, build 2.0 by melell Cyberpunk, build 2.0 by melell
Original shots taken by Mike Vickers, post-processing by mel ell.
This was my first time editing photos in Photoshop and it was a whole of fun. I learned about noise reduction and sharpening and changing light colors. They might be a bit overworked but I had a great time working on them and taking them with Mike. Hope you guys like them too!

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The costume includes color changing LEDs on the spine and front that are controlled by an Arduino microcontroller and onboard RGB controllers (respectively), and is powered by 16 AA batteries, two 2032 coin cells, and one 9-volt battery. In total there's more than 70 LED's on the entire costume
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couhby Jan 30, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Whoa, this is cool.
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:iconmelell:
Thanks! I have to admit I had to edit the contrast on the photo a lot...the original background was a white marble color that washed out a lot with the lighted front so I had to darken the background a lot to make the foreground figure pop
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:icondekeradio:
This is a beautiful shot.
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