After uploading a few of my old photographs on Instagram, I realized that the resolution of those photographs is not too great. The reason for this is that I shot them using film (Fujichrome Sensia 200). I do have high-res scans of them, but I should have used, say, a film with 50 ASA instead, in order to get a sharper slide. Afterwards, one is always smarter. Since I had no tripod, then, and since I shot those photographs in the late afternoon when it was already getting darker, I was forced to use 200 ASA film.
Thought of posting all 32 variations, but that would be a little too much. 🙂 Now, I decided to give the variation 2 a try.
Since the icon theme can be changed separately (‘Preferences > Interface > IconTheme’), there are in addition to the “old” icon theme two further themes in light gray & dark gray available, but I personally don’t like those themes too much. I’m having difficulties to orientate myself properly.
Here are those two icon sets anyway:
But, as I think of it: One can get used to those new (and a bit more “modern”) icons if one really wants to.
And – to conclude this post – there’s combination that doesn’t work so well:
The icon set is almost invisible here. So, my recommendation would be: Don’t use it.
Made a better design for the poster for my short, which I have to shoot, yet, after getting permission to use “Desmond Blue” by Paul Desmond as the underlying (hmmm, can one say that?) music.
With the Gimp 2.10, both versions are possible. All in all there are 32 possibilities to configure the interface: four themes, four icon themes, and the single-window mode.
Whie I was writing & editing my last post, I got a strange error message I can’t replicate. Basically it was a notification that I cannot use certain tags. Hmmm, strange. Are tags such as PNG or JPG not allowed here on WordPress?
P. S.: In the meantime, I was able to assign the tags I mentioned to this post. Hmmm, what is this? Was it a category I couldn’t use?
Actually rather small, I created this animated GIF in 1998 for a German company. I was using the 3D program, SoftFX, then. I agreed to get DM 100.-, of which I only got DM 50.-. This GIF is taken from the glossary I wrote about. SoftFX was really easy to use. As I was completely new using a 3D modeler, right now I’m really surprised what I achieved back then. (Blender is far more complicated, but it also has way more posibilities.)