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Old May 28, 2009, 6:41 PM   #1
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well, I tried to do this post a few days ago but, took it off when I saw how bad it looked after I uploaded the photo. for some reason some of my pix look good on my Zinfoilio site and some don't. Anyway, I resized this and converted it from tif to jpeg and uploaded it to Image cave, while it's not as nice as the full size image you can get an idea of how nicely CS4 merged the two images. note: the debris you see in the fork of the tree is caught on a spider web, not on my sensor.
Sorry for the tall size of the pic, the best way to view this is to take two monitors, turn them side ways and stack one on top of the other!
Can you find where the photos are joined?

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Old May 28, 2009, 10:11 PM   #2
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Poor dead tree, Interesting shot. Looks like the borers got to it.
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Very nicely done - I don't see the join (but I'm also not an expert at seeing them). My only suggestion would be to either crop the top a bit to get rid of the tiny bit of black in the left top corner, where the frame didn't quite square up, or else clone some sky over it (latter is probably a better idea). This brings up something else I want to try one of these days.
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Looks great to me, can't find where the join is.

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Old May 29, 2009, 1:41 PM   #5
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Thank you Ronny, Harriet and Rodney,
yeah, I guess I got in to big of a hurry when I cropped it, didn't see it till after I posted it and decided to leave it as a test to see if anybody would catch it, Harriet, You passed with flying colors!
I think its interesting to see how a mighty Oak can grow from such a small seed, then grow old and die from disease or lightning, then transform into another functional part of nature... a home for bugs, a restaurant for birds or just a rest stop... then decay and feed the soil for further growth.


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