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    Re: 3 Swans in the Valtava

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    Nice one (by the way forget my question over on the blend forum about the lensbaby!)
    Hmm, I'd do one of two things here with the swans. Either use Content-aware Scaling in Photoshop, which looks easy but isn't, or just select them, and copy them into the stretched image afterwards and they'll look much better.
    I sort of did that with the swans. They are stretched just slightly and then layerd into the water. Maybe I'll try again in the morning.

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    Re: shoot now and create later

    In truth, I actually like the first 2 best--I like the 3 swans. The last 2 need to grow on me a bit but I think I see where you are going--and think if I saw them larger I might like them better than the 'safer' earlier ones.

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    Re: shoot now and create later

    Thought I would post this here. For all of us interested in working with textures, the work of David Robin and the interview with him by Brooks Jensen in the current issue of Lenswork (No. 86, Jan/Feb 10) might prove interesting.

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    Re: shoot now and create later

    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    Thought I would post this here. For all of us interested in working with textures, the work of David Robin and the interview with him by Brooks Jensen in the current issue of Lenswork (No. 86, Jan/Feb 10) might prove interesting.

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    Thanks for the pointer.
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