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    Default Where do you get those chunk of Jap text to put in photographs?

    Wondering where can i get those chunk of Japanese texts to add in photographs to make it look like a page from a jap magazine?? seen some of our fellow cs-er do it.... so hope someone can enlighten me!!
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    Default Re: Where do you get those chunk of Jap text to put in photographs?

    Get it from Japanese song lyrics, if u can't read/write them. No joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennisc View Post
    Get it from Japanese song lyrics, if u can't read/write them. No joke.
    thats a good direction to work on!

    yea... i can't read/write jap, can only speak a bit
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    Default Re: Where do you get those chunk of Jap text to put in photographs?

    You mean like this?


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    Default Re: Where do you get those chunk of Jap text to put in photographs?

    You can install Asian Language in Windows and start typing Japanese using your keyboard. Then you can just type these in your favourite graphical editing software.
    Like: いくらですか?

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    Default Re: Where do you get those chunk of Jap text to put in photographs?

    go to some japanese web site and copy from there lor

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    Default Re: Where do you get those chunk of Jap text to put in photographs?

    here you go, from tokina japan

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    Default Re: Where do you get those chunk of Jap text to put in photographs?

    Go to some translation sites, key in what you wanna write in english, then voila.. a Japanese version is created. Guess it's safer then copying some text with little clue of the meaning..

    Well.. 1 or 2 words should be ok althou sentences might be a bit risky and the translation may not factor in the grammar.

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    Default Re: Where do you get those chunk of Jap text to put in photographs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Akatsuki View Post
    Wondering where can i get those chunk of Japanese texts to add in photographs to make it look like a page from a jap magazine?? seen some of our fellow cs-er do it.... so hope someone can enlighten me!!
    You'd better know what the hell the words mean before putting it into your photos!

    I vaguely recall an incident where the lyrical poem for a Brothel Ad was placed in a Science Journal cos the Ang Mors who probably dun understand a single word of it found it cool and decided to use it.
    http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-en...d-1058031.html

    I also heard of another blooper where this Ang Mor couple actually went into a shop and bought stacks and stacks of GIM ZHUA (those joss papers meant for the dead) and were overjoyed cos they intended to use the 'cheap gold imprint on the wallpaper' to decorate their home cos they love 'all things Chinese' (yes, right down to the dead. Even dead men can be cool).

    So my advice is that - if you have little understanding for an 'exotic language', best not to use it.
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