Stealth 'Shop, The Virgin Histogram

dekePod Episode 002: In this second regular episode of dekePod, I pass along a technique of such magnitude, it will blow your mind. Because inasmuch as I every so often allude to another anatomical detail, the brain is what this video is all about. Not the "shorty" brain, but the "tally" brain. All the way upstairs, with the rotating bar and the fine dining. Here's the official marketing description:

Imagine yourself walking down a lovely San Francisco street, whistling a merry tune, only to be confronted by the sudden appearance of a menacing robot packing a shockingly massive and entirely unnecessary . . . ray gun, of sorts. What would you do? If you were Deke, you'd snap a picture and correct its colors. And not in any standard way, either, but in a way that permits you to apply radical color adjustments while leaving a virgin-like histogram in your wake.

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Super video

Can you try to put a little more energy into your videos? Ha Ha Love it....

So where is it?

I hate to be the one to ask, but I'm sure I'm not the only person whose curiosity is piqued, where is the uncensored robot photo?

It's up

Well, it's actually down. Uh, you'll see what I mean.

Robot Photo

I feel like I have been duped. Where is the uncensored robot photo?

Ah, good, old Lab mode! It

Ah, good, old Lab mode! It really rocks. As do your videos and your tips. ps. So phallus is ok but penis isn't? What kind of logic is that? ;)

What's that they say in "Lola"?

"It's a mixed up, muddled up, shook up world." And I can only imagine what Ray Davies might have written . . . were it not for censors.