You may opt-out of these communications at any time using the link located at the bottom of all email communications or you may customize your email preferences on the E-Newsletter & Alerts tab of your registration profile.All results, except those obtained from a search of the Archive, are free to active subscribers.The transcripts show Clementi, a shy violinist from Ridgewood, and Ravi, a tech-savvy computer geek from Plainsboro, were worried about living together from nearly the moment they learned each other’s names.Clementi also reveals in instant messaging chats that he had recently told his family he was gay and felt his mother had "rejected" him.It can be a little daunting if you’ve never done it before, but with a bit of practice it'll soon become second nature.If you've already begun looking at your options, the first thing you'll have noticed is that it seems that every man, woman, child and hamster with a programming degree seems to have has had a go at designing an image editing package.A photo of Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi, posted on his Facebook page before he committed suicide.The student took his life a few days after his roommate allegedly spied on him with a webcam.
Ravi didn't walk in — but allegedly used a webcam to watch Clementi and the other man kissing, with their shirts off. 22, Clementi jumped off the George Washington Bridge in a suicide that made national headlines.
Ravi also attempted to apologize to Clementi for the webcam incident in a series of text messages.
"I’ve known you were gay and I have no problem with it," Ravi texted.
Using a fairly standard PC and a some digital image editing software you're pretty much ready to roll.
There is undoubtedly a lot to learn if you want to get into creating the kind of creative artworks produced by the likes of Justin M Maller or Calvin Ho, but if you're just looking to improve and correct your photos, digital editing is surprisingly quick to learn.