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Old Feb 24, 2006, 11:08 AM   #11
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if you're wondering how the style things got on my message. I had highlighted the message and used cut and pasted it to my word processor to check spelling.

I left the msg highlighted and clicked send...I guess that made the hyper text show it's self...
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Old Feb 24, 2006, 5:00 PM   #12
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It's also on the upper lines and his green skullwrap. I think there's a term forthat effect on sharp transitions but I don't know the term.
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Old Feb 24, 2006, 5:14 PM   #13
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I see no white line anywhere in the picture !

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Old Feb 25, 2006, 1:36 AM   #14
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It's kinda like a chromatic aberration. Or purple fringing but this time it's white!


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Old Feb 25, 2006, 5:55 AM   #15
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I found this in Steves Digicam Dictionary. Only the color of the linesappear to be white.

Chromatic Aberration - Also known as the "purple fringe effect." It is common in two Megapixel and higher resolution digital cameras (especially those with long telephoto zoom lenses) when a dark area is surrounded by a highlight. Along the edge between dark and light you will see a line or two of purple or violet colored pixels that shouldn't be there.

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Old Feb 25, 2006, 7:53 AM   #16
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I don't know about you guys, but I'm gonna just call it a miraculous vision. If you look real close you can see the image of the Lady of Guadalupe in his chest hairs.
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Old Feb 25, 2006, 2:02 PM   #17
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"...if you see coloured fringes along edges in a photograph it can be attributed to one of two effects: chromatic aberration or blooming."



http://www.livingroom.org.au/photolo..._explained.php



So this guy is fringe or he's blooming. You decide.
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Old Feb 25, 2006, 7:01 PM   #18
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We could cut his chest off and sell it on EBay!!





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Old Feb 26, 2006, 11:47 AM   #19
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I'd sell his chest if I'd think he'd stand for it <grin...get it?>

I'll try chromatic removal ...I think I can in CS2...anyway thanks for everybody's input.

I really think it's reflection. Right behind the skipper there's all kinds of white paint, so maybe it's a reflection of the white paint off the clear varnish in the wheel.



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Old Feb 26, 2006, 11:50 AM   #20
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Bill2468 - look at the stirring wheel (whatever you call it on a ship), right side, where the wood has a water background. It's on the original 'cause I can see it in my cameraLCD if I zoom in on ot.

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