Here is one I made of me and my friend…
Thursday, June 19, 2008
I used the email that Larson sent out with Web 2.0 ideas and found faceinhole.com. Know those cardboard cutouts they have at amusement parks where the faces are removed and you can put your head through? Well, FaceInHole is the online version of that. You have to make an account to save things, but it is basically a nickname, password and email. They have several different categories for ‘scenarios’ you can look through. Then, you upload a picture and can resize and angle it to fit into the hole. You can also adjust the color, contrast and brightness of your picture to make it match better. It is very easy to use, the controls are the same in a lot of other photo software. It also has instructions on the bottom of the page for what you can do to the picture. Your creations are stored on the site, and they give you a link to put in your blog, Facebook profile, etc. You have the option of making it public so others on the site can see it or making it private. You can also send them a picture to suggest that they make it into a scenario.