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Sunday, July 3, 2016

Manipulation

in response to Paula's B&W Sunday - MANIPULATION
Some photo manipulations are considered an art form and others are frowned upon as manipulations intended to deceive viewers especially those used in sales or political propaganda

Panorama of Brugge, Belgium
The Photomerge command combines several photographs into one continuous image. (I took four overlapping photographs of a city square, and then merged them into a panorama). The Photomerge command can assemble photos that are tiled horizontally as well as vertically.
The guy on a bike moved and appeared in two photos.




5 comments:

  1. Terrific result! Thank you, Klara.

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  2. Nicely done - it's funny how the cyclist is shown twice.

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  3. Well done with that manipulation!

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