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    Wops!

    Yes, please share some pictures from your beautiful country.
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    Work in progress

    I like it, only the partially hidden ship bothers me a bit, I think it could look better behind the turtle.
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    Can PS synchronize multiple photos like Camera Raw?

    Good point Tom, I was not sure whether he has Lightroom. Peter
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    Can PS synchronize multiple photos like Camera Raw?

    Hello, you can either record the action in Photoshop and use it on all those photos, or you can open those pictures in Camera Raw even though they are jpg and not raws.
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    Large looping oil stains on sensor removal

    Hi Tom, I went to my old disk to find out the church picture, to show what did it mean getting rid of all cables. All additional manipulations were wish of my friend, I did not agree with some of them, but I promised.
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    Pls help me fix these photos

    No, based on the text on pictures they are Vietnamese.
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    Silly Game

    It is an English flag.
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    Basic challenge #1 submission thread - create a mini planet

    Tough decision for me, I like both.
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    Blotchy areas on gray seamless

    Tom Mann - yes, I agree, there is definitely no moire, but there is a possibility that structure, bokeh and noise create some structure, which may catch aliasing and then be magnified by Camera Raw settings. We will see when raw picture arrives. Good night ( although I already have Saturday...
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    Large looping oil stains on sensor removal

    Tom Mann - yes and it does not have to be anything wrong with your camera. Once I have spent around ten hours on one picture, I promised a friend to take a nice picture of his church situated on a junction, he wanted to remove all the trolleybus wires and poles :banghead:
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    Silly Game

    Anthony Hopkins - great actor, for example Silence of the Lambs ?
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    Blotchy areas on gray seamless

    Tom Mann - yes, you are right, I looked mainly at A, where it steeply runs through different focus zones. I also strongly agree so in A as B are probably some extreme Camera Raw settings. I do not know whether you agree, but I also think area B is ( aside of Camera Raw settings ) probably...
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    An enormous crane has collapsed onto a Manhattan street

    Exactly, they wrote it is a year since something similar happened. I wonder how can they work on such a tall crane with such a small base. You cannot beat physics, just a small wind concentrated by relatively narrow streets creates a monstrous power on such long leverage.
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    Design-Ready Objects for Adobe Photoshop

    I am looking forward what will chrisdesign and Eggy do with it.
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    Blotchy areas on gray seamless

    Tom Mann - not because it is out of focus but because it spreads the area from focused to out of focus, so it may play with bokeh and change its pattern ( it seems more like a carpet than muslin background ), also aliasing may be involved, especially if the upper part has some angle.
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    An enormous crane has collapsed onto a Manhattan street

    They were lucky it felt along the street and did not destroy some building with much more people. Thanks for info gedstar
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    Blotchy areas on gray seamless

    Tom Mann - there are two reasons in my opinion : 1 - as I wrote in #7, it is how the structured material goes gradually from fully focused, but under sharp angle ( lies under the photographed object ) to way out of focus perpendicular ( vertically hanging background ) 2 - it seems to have...
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    Shirt design help!

    Seaco - did not Pepperlyn write "instead of the wolves" ?
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    Try to identify this close-up photo

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY Paul ! :thumbsup:
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