Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2010/08/22

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Subject: [Leica] IMG: Two Into One
From: montoid at (Montie Talbert)
Date: Sun, 22 Aug 2010 21:30:43 -0400 (EDT)

Good policy, sometimes in haste I'll neglect to do that, and of
course, pay the price later.  When I do stuff like this, it's usually
from drugstore scans, if I really like the image, I save it for reference, 
then redo the scan high res, repeat the post process all over again, 
hopefully resulting in something decent enough to print to at least 12x17.


 >> One of my favorite Ansel Adams images is a 35mm photo of Georgia 
O'Keefe and a man ( a ranch hand I think - don't remember his name).  It 
fell off the line while drying and he stepped on it...somehow it worked 
out.  Really well.  I know what you mean about filters - I always look 
at them at 100% (pixel size).


On 8/22/2010 7:38 PM, Montie Talbert wrote:
> Thanks Ken, didn't use masks, probably caused by the noise filters
> I other filters, if you keep "steppin on it" after a while
> edges start separating.  Thanks for lookin!
> Montie
>   >>  Super nice image.  There is a sort of halo around the subjects (the
> heat of love?), like a mask that might have painted with too large a
> brush?  I really like going back through old images, though
> unfortunately a large number seem to be interchangeable mountains in
> Colorado.
> Ken Carney
> On 8/22/2010 5:27 PM, Montie Talbert wrote:
>> Still homogenizing, pasteurizing, and filterizing old negs
>> while I create still more modern art masterpieces  ;-)
>> This time I think it's recognizable!
>> Crits are welcome!
>> Montie