Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/09/11

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Subject: [Leica] Everyone loves peeling paint
From: dlridings at (Daniel Ridings)
Date: Mon Sep 11 22:52:30 2006
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In Bill's case, it might not be a question of using the rubber stamp
in Photoshop but of burning it down a bit while printing. Different
techniques for accomplishing similar ends.

So the question of alterations and improvements is not so new.
Photoshop makes it easier to go too far, but it isn't necessary to go
too far :-)


On 9/12/06, G Hopkinson <> wrote:
> That's actually an interesting point there, Daniel. Everyone has their own 
> view on what level of alteration/improvement is
> acceptable to themselves when they make a picture.
> I think that it's a very interesting area. Now 27 helpful folk will tell 
> me it's been hammered to death in some earlier LUG thread
> (ignoring the press photog fired for the fire photo business and dodgy 
> smoke etc.)
> Gary and I saw the same "Eyes to fall into and freckled light echoed by 
> the tiniest freckles
> > on her skin - WOW!" (from Gary's reply to the post)in Bill Harting's 
> > photo. I didn't see the bright object mentioned.
> Cheers
> Hoppy

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