21899Jael and Noa in the High Sierra
- Aug 4, 2008Of course it's "fabricated." No one exists as a large and smaller
The photo itself, however, is quite real. We were there last week. I
was just messing around with the color of the part of the image with
Jael in it and accidentally dropped in a smaller version of that part of
the photo and it reminded me of the feel of the cover of an old Doors
album (American rock band from the 60s). I just wondered if anybody
else would find that look interesting. Apparently not . . .
I don't think Jael liked it either. She hasn't said anything anyway. ;-)
>Posted by: "Uri Cogan"
> Re: Jael and Noa in the High Sierra
> Posted by: "Howard Larson" hblarson43@...
> hblarson43 <http://profiles.yahoo.com/hblarson43>
> Sun Aug 3, 2008 5:11 pm (PDT)
> It looks like a fabricated photo. Nothing one should aspire to.
>Sorry but that is the way my friend spells her name. She is from
> The clone of the woman (Yael?) appears too similar; it's pasting into
> the background is too obvious, and the scale of the pasted image
> relative to the image of the girl does not look "right" to me. I would
> have tried to flip it horizontally and position it on the other side of
> the girl, but the lighting of that subject would still be problematic,
> so it would have been best to use another image of the same person. This
> can easily be done while shooting the panorama - just re-position the
> subject that you want duplicated at the next shot in the series.
I have several other shots from that moment that I could have used. As
I wrote above, that composition happened by accident when I was trying
to do something else, and I just wanted to see what others thought of it.
I like that pano with the multiple images of the little boy in the blue
t-shirt. To his parents by 4 in the afternoon it probably feels like
there are six of him running around!
Thanks for the feedback!
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