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    Getting rid of objects blocking images

    http://photoshopnews.com/2009/03/06/...two-exposures/

    This uses photoshop and two images, not cloning. It should work fine with LF as well as digital cameras.

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    Re: Getting rid of objects blocking images

    Good tip. Thanks for posting it!

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    Re: Getting rid of objects blocking images

    I carry a chainsaw. Old school.
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    Re: Getting rid of objects blocking images

    Right on Eric. On the old farm we used a couple of sticks of dynamite (prior to setting up the camera of course).

    Nate Potter, Austin TX.

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    Re: Getting rid of objects blocking images

    When I tried to open the movie I got a message that asked if I wanted to save the file or find a program on line to open it. The on-line program was Apple Quick Time, which I have no interest in, and I didn't see any reason to save the file if my existing programs can't open it. Is it possible to easily describe the technique, it sounds very useful.

    I saw a slide show (yes, they really used slides) about Carlton Watkins a couple weeks ago. When he was photographing along what's now the Columbia River Gorge he carried axes and saws with him and literally chopped down entire trees if they blocked his view. Times sure have changed.
    Brian Ellis
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    a mile away and you'll have their shoes.

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    Re: Getting rid of objects blocking images

    I can see that this would work nicely on cameras with shift movement. While there would be slight distortion with any lens and two shots done that way, I feel there are times when the removal of some objects would be such an advantage to be worth the small risk of distortion.

    Ciao!

    Gordon Moat Photography

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    Re: Getting rid of objects blocking images

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Woodbury View Post
    I carry a chainsaw. Old school.
    The Fred Picker method!

    Don Bryant

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