oh this is so much fun, especially seeing people like you Jess who I have known for 7 months or so and have always imagined you to look a certain way and you are totally different to how I imagined................in a good way though not that I thought you were ugly................lol I am digging myself into a hole here...............you now what I mean though anyway its just such a cool thread .
is it just me or is there alot of 20 somethings here? alot of other chi groups ive seen the majority had always bin 30-40 id say.
one thing ive noticed is that for alot of you i managed to guess your hair colour right lol, hmm very strange lol and a vey useless psycic abilty lol :lol:
LOL nice Clare...now I am curious as to how you pictured me...lol.
Sorry if this message has a lot of spelling mistakes...the sun decided to come out and I can hardly see my screen.
I also found it odd that there are a lot of 20 year olds on this site. I thought for sure Mia that you were older.
Hopefully more people will post, especially Amie since I have talked with her as long as I have with you Clare.
Okay, time to get going. This is getting silly now...cant even see the screen. Here's hoping I have really good typing skills
well kemmos mama you dont look old enough to be any of our moms you look lovely, lol jess you look lovely too, I cant wait to see a proper pic of aime too as I have known her as long as you too, hasnt the time flown by because I knew you before I even got Ozzy :wave:
Most people don't--I'm surprised anyone even asked haha.
It's easy to tell, though.
Grayscale is what most people call "Black and White." In talking about photography, it's still "black and white" film, but in digital editing, black and white literally means that black and white are the only colors. Grayscale is what most people think of as black and white (as far as digital pictures go).
Sepia has a yellowed look to it. It's the "this picture was taken when we only had black and white film and it's aged and yellowed" look. It's a nostalgic symbol. Classic and timeless.