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X-rated Photoshop effect
Johan Halmén
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September 2001

I was looking for something different (honest!) and found this:
http://www.metacafe.com/watch/400249/photoshop_x_ray_trick_see_through_clothes/

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nonnus29
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August 2002
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That's pretty amazing how the guy (? I'm assuming...) discovered the girl had a nipple pierced. The images he started with didn't leave much to the imagination in the first place..... :-/

Vanneto
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May 2007

Is it Real?

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Trent Gamblin
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April 2000
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They looked fake to me.

Vanneto
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May 2007

Yeah it looks fake to me too. Thats why I asked. Somebody try it.

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Trent Gamblin
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April 2000
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I said "they" not it.

StevenVI
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July 2000
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It's not fake.

Here's a way to perform the same trick without buying $1000 worth of software.

1. Buy a laptop computer. These are generally less than $1000.
2. Look up "loose" celebrities using Google's image search.
3. Tilt the screen backwards and forwards until you see details you didn't see before.
4. ???
5. Profit!

(Edit: or the more obvious choice of just using The GIMP. Turns out I wasn't interested in scouring the Internet for sluts to verify my trick.)

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bamccaig
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July 2006
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You can get a lot more for free from Google. ::) So I've heard. There are also allegedly X-Ray cameras available (perhaps illegal) that are allegedly able to see through clothing. ::) So I've heard. The photoshopping trick looks more like drawing in the detail than revealing detail. ::) Any good photoshop artist should be able to turn clothing into skin.

  1. Direct your graphical Web browser to Google.

  2. Type in whatever it is you're looking for.

  3. [Censored]

  4. Profit?!

CGamesPlay
Member #2,559
July 2002
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Yeah, the Photoshop effect isn't actually showing areolae, it's just highlighting the elevation of the nipple itself which makes a shape that looks like an areola.

Personally, I prefer effects like this: Beauty Retouch.

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Thomas Fjellstrom
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June 2000
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It is however showing details of things you wouldn't have otherwise seen. If you just had to know if "someone" has a nipple ring or not, now you can find out! (without grabbing or asking)

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Arthur Kalliokoski
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There are also allegedly X-Ray cameras available (perhaps illegal) that are allegedly able to see through clothing.

Those are certainly just as much as a ripoff as the "X ray specs" you could order out of magazines in the '60's. The specs simply blurred everything so if a girl was wearing tight jeans & shirt there'd be a blur that you could convince yourself was the outline of the skin. If a girl was wearing a skirt the outline conformed to that (unless the girl was a horrible mutant)

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Marco Radaelli
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December 2002
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Interesting...

Richard Phipps
Member #1,632
November 2001
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I've seen this before. I think it's real.

gnolam
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March 2002
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Arthur: Using near-IR photography you can actually see through some types of thin fabric. That's rare though - mostly it just produces neat effects (for example, the black T-shirt I'm currently wearing shows up a clear white on the cheapo digital camera a friend and I converted to NIR). :)

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miran
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June 2002

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There are also allegedly X-Ray cameras available (perhaps illegal) that are allegedly able to see through clothing.

Do they come with protective lead pads? I mean you do know what x-rays are, don't you?

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Richard Phipps
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November 2001
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I would have thought JPEG's got rid of a lot of information to help with effects like this anyway (in turns of blocking, etc..)

bamccaig
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July 2006
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miran said:

Do they come with protective lead pads? I mean you do know what x-rays are, don't you?

High frequency electromagnetic radiation? :)

Richard Phipps
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November 2001
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bamccaig
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July 2006
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Richard Phipps said:

No. X-rated rays. Porn rays!

I'm imagining a Web comic where two friends (or boyfriend/girlfriend, etc., etc.) are sitting on a couch. One of them hands a lead pad to the other before grabbing the BD-player remote... ;)

StevenVI
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July 2000
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That made no sense.

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Neil Walker
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April 2000
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Well I've just tried this technique out on some real porn pictures (I am over 18, so my mother allowed me to search) and it managed to put the girls clothes back on. It even knew which colour trousers they were wearing. Maybe this could be the way to clean up the internet.

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Goalie Ca
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July 2002
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I've used tricks like that in medical imaging before to see specific regions. It doesn't add detail or information. But just by increasing contrast the human visual system can perceive it better. The nipple ring leaves many subtleties in lighting... which are nearly impossible to perceive without tweaking the levels.

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Matthew Leverton
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January 1999
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Yeah, I don't see anything amazing or unusual about this. For example, just take some dark digital photo and adjust the brightness / contrast, and you'll see all sorts of things that "weren't there" originally.

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Well I've just tried this technique out on some real porn pictures (I am over 18, so my mother allowed me to search) and it managed to put the girls clothes back on. It even knew which colour trousers they were wearing. Maybe this could be the way to clean up the internet.

But still, this sounds like a great idea to pitch to wealthy investors. Add AJAX and Web 2.0 in your white papers, and you could find yourself instantly rich! Then a year later, axilmar will post, asking if your company is legit.

bamccaig
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July 2006
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Neil Walker said:

Well I've just tried this technique out on some real porn pictures (I am over 18, so my mother allowed me to search)

...I don't even know how to reply to that. ::)

Neil Walker said:

...and it managed to put the girls clothes back on.

Whose side are you on!? >:(

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Fixed spelling/grammar.

Neil Walker
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But still, this sounds like a great idea to pitch to wealthy investors. Add AJAX and Web 2.0 in your white papers, and you could find yourself instantly rich! Then a year later, axilmar will post, asking if your company is legit.

I think we could be onto a winner here. How about we develop a parental plug-in that 'clothes' any pictures with skin-tones. Obviously it will have to be web 2.0 because it would have to be intelligent enough to determine what is being shown, e.g. if there is a close up of just a single body item then instead of clothing it with, say trousers, it would add a picture of groucho marx. This way, children get more freedom by thinking they are not being monitored and instead think of the internet as a warm and friendly place to explore and learn.

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