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Bored? Watch a sandwich go mouldy

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Russinating, May 5, 2020.

  1. Feek

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    I've kept a browser window on it but it's become less than interesting.
     
  2. Efour

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    I got bored of being bored :(
     
  3. ajf

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    Is that some mould appearing on the bread, at top right, or just a lump in the slice?
    Could be action! :p
     
  4. Feek

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    That's the back of the slice, the front has dropped.
     
  5. The_Abyss

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    There's really good mould growth on the right of the top slice now. Things will escalate quickly from here.
     
  6. StriderX

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    Why is the bread still so functional looking... what sort of demon bread is this?
     
  7. Feek

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    I'm guessing supermarket bread full of preservatives.
     
  8. robfosters

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    I can’t eat white bread with preservatives in. For some reason it badly drains my energy and leaves me feeling knackered for quite a while after.

    Absolutely fine with freshly baked though.
     
  9. Feek

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    Where? :confused:
     
  10. robfosters

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    That bread is absolutely ridiculous. Do they embalm it or something!
     
  11. Feek

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    It may still be white but I bet it's pretty solid to touch.
     
  12. Russinating

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    We've got some mould on the bottom layer now. Smells pretty stale in there but hopefully we've fly-secured it! :eek:
     
  13. seth1969

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    Yeh that turned my stomach some what.
     
  14. TriedandTested

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    How do you convert the original image to the well presented image that shows on the website? I see it's drawing from a photo that shows the display table etc.
     
  15. Russinating

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    Not much really. The camera is capturing RAW+JPG to a laptop connected via USB. I've got WinSCP keeping a remote folder up-to-date between the local folder and the server, uploading JPGs only. This has got contrast(1.3) applied to it via CSS and a box-shadow vignette to basically get rid of the edge of the glass cutting board that it's on; something that'll be done in post on the raw images anyway.

    It's display as full page background image which is fairly standard.

    You can view/any of the original JPGs and you'll see the cutting board etc. https://sandwich.jonesmillbank.com/images/DSC02267.JPG for example is the latest, just reduce the number down to 00003 for the first and any number in between for a partway one.
     
  16. TriedandTested

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    Well, it looks very good. Nice work.
     
  17. Yadda

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    The spread/mayo is rancid with mould but the bread is immune.

    I have an idea for a homemade face mask... :)
     
  18. Raymond Lin

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    Ha!
     
  19. Yadda

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    I wonder how well you can see through a very thin cucumber slice...

    :cool:

    ...all held together with cheese string.

    "Think safety, think lunch!*

    *toast well before eating."
     
    Last edited: May 17, 2020
  20. Em3bbs

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    The problem here is the bread has gone stale, so won't go mouldy now.