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Old Feb 3, 2011, 10:30 PM   #1
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I got out and about when I went to do some research in Tacoma I decided to go get some of Mt Rainier with her gown of white snow... she was alive fully viewable. The only thing is the wires running across the top and middle and a little tilt off... any want a go at making it better?
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Old Feb 4, 2011, 1:10 AM   #2
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I love it SharpShotGal. The contrasting colours are beautiful and the snow, so white. Very ethereal.
Photoshop Elements would easily get rid of the wires if it bothers you. Cheers Lyn
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I got out and about when I went to do some research in Tacoma I decided to go get some of Mt Rainier with her gown of white snow... she was alive fully viewable. The only thing is the wires running across the top and middle and a little tilt off... any want a go at making it better?

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What wouldn't I do. Hope I got it all. Photoshop CS5 Spot healing tool. content aware option

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Old Feb 4, 2011, 9:27 PM   #5
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Thanks to all It s a great shot that's for sure!
Torgny Thanks for removing the wires it looks great. Just how long did it take you to heal this one? I could of gotten to it but once I am up and done doing the other work my son comes home and that's were I let him go at the computer..

I know they would not want that done at all Neither would I to take away some lovely shots would be to loose all meaning of what Photography is about... again Thanks!
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excellent shot of "The Mountain"... i seldom see it from that angle, at least not when i have my camera handy...
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Just a beautiful shot. Cloning out the wires does improve it greatly.
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I rarely get out there since I am in Port Orchard this is Graham Hill off the side on a dead end street... I do now of other places to go as well to get some southern shots or Northern shots can wait till the weather gets a bit warm so I can try to hit the pass up north...
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I rarely get out there since I am in Port Orchard this is Graham Hill off the side on a dead end street... I do now of other places to go as well to get some southern shots or Northern shots can wait till the weather gets a bit warm so I can try to hit the pass up north...

yeah, once it warms up and they open Cayuse Pass, i'm planning on getting up to the mountain again myself. there are several places i'd really like to shoot from, but in years past i've always waited too late into summer. i think this year i may try to get up there as soon as the roads open to Sunrise and Paradise...
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