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Old Sep 11, 2012, 8:54 AM   #11
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I like the shot the gulls make it unique, I am always on the lookout for lighthouses living on the Great Lakes but getting a good perspective is difficult.

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I haven't tested it but any photo editing software which runs 32 bit and has plugin capabilities using .DLL files should work with it. I have heard quite a few people using other softwares and still utilizing plugin capabilities... Not sure which programs or software but its worth a shot for such a small download. Some plugins even run standalone, this one very well does as well, I havent tried it but quite a few I downloaded come with .exe files that let you alter the image without using external software to run it.
It should work on Photoshop Elements you can get it for around $50 when a new version comes out from the big box stores. I have used other PS plugins with it

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Old Sep 12, 2012, 6:09 PM   #12
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Not much to add, other than - thanks for sharing this amazing photo!

PS to "mudpuppy" - Wireworm works great with Irfanview, which is free software! You can also get GIMP free, which has a "healing brush" to remove wires and such. I think wireworm will work with the windows version of GIMP too, if you have a plugin called PSPI.

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Wonderful photo -- I agree that the gulls make the photo. My wife and I enjoy the Maine Coast but we have never visited Nubble Light, We'll have to put it on our list.
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Wonderful photo -- I agree that the gulls make the photo. My wife and I enjoy the Maine Coast but we have never visited Nubble Light, We'll have to put it on our list.
One of our favorite places-also Ogunquit with Perkins Cove isn't far away-they have a light house cruise so you can see the other side of the "Nubble"
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Old Sep 15, 2012, 11:09 PM   #15
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Very cool shot! The sea gulls definitely adds to it.
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