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    Cool

    3875: Neat idea to present it as loose images.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrafikFeat View Post
    3875: Neat idea to present it as loose images.
    Thanks. It was frankly the easiest way to conceal where the edges of the clouds didn't match exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crow18 View Post
    ...easiest way to conceal where the edges of the clouds...
    There are ways "Grasshopper"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrafikFeat View Post
    There are ways "Grasshopper"...
    Believe me, I know. Some days I get things to work by just being a lazy bastard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crow18 View Post
    Believe me, I know. Some days I get things to work by just being a lazy bastard.
    Oh... So you know... Never mind!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crow18 View Post
    Thanks. It was frankly the easiest way to conceal where the edges of the clouds didn't match exactly.

    Really like the way that came out. What software are you using? The panorama stuff I have is not usable with my new computer...... ~sigh~
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    Hey C D that has to be the damn up near erie or Conneaut Lake. I can't remember the name though.
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    Ding Ding Ding Conneaut

    Spillway feeding frenzy. So thick in carp the gulls are walking on the backs of the fish.
    For some reason it makes me angry watching the nasty ass carp. It would be something sorta like the living dead.


    Quote Originally Posted by lineman126 View Post
    Hey C D that has to be the damn up near erie or Conneaut Lake. I can't remember the name though.

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    oh man this could open up bad taste, I'll remain cooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeG View Post
    Really like the way that came out. What software are you using? The panorama stuff I have is not usable with my new computer...... ~sigh~
    Thanks. This is a fairly old shot, and I used whatever version of Photoshop was current then (5.5?). I don't think I used any tools that aren't included in Photoshop Elements (or whatever they're calling the "lite" version these days). I created a really wide file, put each frame on a separate layer, rotated the outer frames to match up with the center frame (if you temporarily reduce the opacity of the foremost layer, it's easier to get things lined up; once the positioning is as good as it's going to get, you set everything back to 100% opaque). The drop shadow is just a layer effect. Drop shadow settings (blend effect = multiply, opacity = 26%, angle = 120, distance = 11px, size = 5px). Like I said, I was really being lazy. Looking at it now, there are white edges on frames 3 and 4 that I really should have trimmed...

    The original panorama also had a background image of the four of us who climbed St. Helens that day. It looked like this:



    ...but I thought maybe that was a little too much digital post-production for the Free Association topic. I'm the guy on the left who looks like he's worried about how the photo will turn out.

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    VERY NICE!! I like that one even better.

    I have Elements 6, I guess I need to spend some serious time figuring out how to use it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommcgee View Post
    Hey Jim, is that house EVER gonna be completed?!
    Argh!
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    I thought I recognized the cement overshoes...
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    I'd just like to say that I'm glad we've not had to start a women's photography thread....
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