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02-19-2021, 06:54 AM   #6706
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
To as it was... taken relatively recently, but time seems to move just a tad more slowly here the Highlands.
Looks like a post card from the 1930s,40s,50s, even 60s.... . Cool

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QuoteOriginally posted by glinda Quote
Looks like a post card from the 1930s,40s,50s, even 60s.... . Cool
Thank you very much... so mission was accomplished.
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To as it was... taken relatively recently, but time seems to move just a tad more slowly here the Highlands.
I bet you could get away with posting that one in the film thread pretending it's a scan of a vintage E6 slide and nobody would doubt it. Beautifully done.


We had a pause in the storms yesterday and I managed to get out to Burrator Dam for a walk. This is a 27 shot stitch, with a couple of little people hidden away in there for scale.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Dartmoor Dave Quote
I bet you could get away with posting that one in the film thread pretending it's a scan of a vintage E6 slide and nobody would doubt it. Beautifully done.
Thank you for your kind words... so you found me out then.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Dartmoor Dave Quote
We had a pause in the storms yesterday and I managed to get out to Burrator Dam for a walk. This is a 27 shot stitch, with a couple of little people hidden away in there for scale.
Fantastic job on this stitch, I'm sure it wasn't easy! The composition turned out perfect, too.
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Fantastic job on this stitch, I'm sure it wasn't easy! The composition turned out perfect, too.

Thanks Christian. Microsoft ICE couldn't get all the tree trunks lined up properly even after several attempts, but Photoshop managed it in the end -- after crunching the numbers for an hour. There are still one or two slightly wonky looking bends in a tree trunk here and there, but hopefully they're not too obvious.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Dartmoor Dave Quote
Thanks Christian. Microsoft ICE couldn't get all the tree trunks lined up properly even after several attempts, but Photoshop managed it in the end -- after crunching the numbers for an hour. There are still one or two slightly wonky looking bends in a tree trunk here and there, but hopefully they're not too obvious.
No, they aren't, I looked for them but couldn't find them at the resolution the picture is linked to. So a great job I should say Yeah with that water and all these branches, your computer probably had to take a break to catch a breath, after Photoshop was done with this!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Dartmoor Dave Quote
We had a pause in the storms yesterday
Great job with the stitching - and the comp, light and colors are wonderful.

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We had a pause in the storms yesterday and I managed to get out to Burrator Dam for a walk. This is a 27 shot stitch, with a couple of little people hidden away in there for scale.
Another beautifully crafted image, Dave. 27 shots? Wow, that takes dedication. It's good to hear that Photoshop did such a great job but I think that my stomach would have been in knots waiting an hour for the computer to finish.
I found the people and they do provide scale. That is an image that you can be proud of. Keep them coming.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Dartmoor Dave Quote
I bet you could get away with posting that one in the film thread pretending it's a scan of a vintage E6 slide and nobody would doubt it. Beautifully done.


We had a pause in the storms yesterday and I managed to get out to Burrator Dam for a walk. This is a 27 shot stitch, with a couple of little people hidden away in there for scale.
Nice. I like it . ( And the leprechauns.
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One of my worst photos technically, but still a poignant enough scene to warrant posting I feel
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St. Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula, taken Nov 2019. DA18-135 on K10D:
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A Root Maggot Fly, so called because their larvae eat the roots of plants, including crops. Pentax K10d & Vivitar 100mm f3.5 AF Macro;

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