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oops. Do any of you know of a way to split these two pictures? I really really want to have the farm picture, but screwed it over with the other picture (an excess shot for yearbook, nonetheless). Argh. :bang: :bang:
Back in the day we had something called DE Solvent that would do the trick. Kept it right next to the bottle of FocusAll. :D
say you took it with a holga, add some blur and flare, print it on funky paper and sell some art!
or revisit the farm and shoot again.
You cut the negative in 2, right in the middle. Use a sharp knife, you should be able to make a clean job. The first picture will be at the back and the second one on the top. If you have more than 2 exposures, you need to be careful, splitting the negative in more than 2 parts can be difficult.
I fixed it for you :) ;)
I think you'll just have to go back there next winter ;)
Michiel: clone and heal brush in PS, no? I tried to use that but didn't get off with nearly as nice an image as you.
What you are looking at is a very crude selection of everything not-sky above the horizon with the magic wand -> cut into new layer. Notice a lot of tiny things are missing. I was to lazy to click them ;)
Then I made a rectangle gradient with the top and bottom colors taken from the original. Placed it behind the new layer.
Then I used the clone stamp to get rid of the legs and feet in the snow. You can still see them a little bit in the most right part, as well as the most left part of the snow. There's an odd color shift there.
That's it really. You can do it yourself easily. Just make sure you get all the details in the initial selection, and do it to a higher standard. The jagged roofline is because of the catch-everything-even-remotely-white setting I used :)
Well, that certainly is an appealing option when placed next to waiting a full year for the snow to return.
Michiel, thanks for the help.
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