Tiananmen photo mashup

This cries out for a photo mashup, so here it is:

tiananmen photo mash

That’s the first photo mashup I’ve ever done, so it’s very simple. I opened the photo in the , opened the photo in a second layer, then searched for filters that would allow me to combine them — Layer|Transparency|Color to Alpha accomplished exactly what I wanted.

tiananmen photo mash

I thought this JPEG export at zero quality looks kind of neat.

NB I don’t think has done anything wrong google.cn. The appropriate response is not anger with Google, but action to spread the information the Communist Party of China wants to suppress.

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