that great i must say :)nice article.
Be careful of dictionary definitions. They are, by nature, retrospective. Technically it isn't image stitching as there is no attempt at correcting alignment or blending. What is described here is a collage made with digital images rather than paper and paste. Keep up! This IS the 21st century after all!Nice. I too used this technique before digital cameras, and with photoshop later on. Allows also to contract space between objects (people), for example if publishing format is small and you have a group of people to present. The look of "pieceramas" is refreshing occasionally used.
Since the caption indicates it was taken with a film camera that was made between 1995 and 2000 or so, none were digitally retrofitted, as far as I know.
A couple of pluses to the SEP2 with Luminosity usage are: you can burn in the edges; the sub sliders under Brightness, Contrast, and Structure are quite sophisticated; and I like SEP2's Vignette tool.
It's only a matter of time before art students everywhere start exhibiting photos with a scratchpad. Just no farmyard scents please, we can do without that :)
It was a great place to work as every so often folks would stop in that actully knew Weston. .Ultimately I do strongly recommend the book, but at this price, I also agree with Munro Harrap. If at all possible, try to check out a real copy and see if it's to your taste. If that is impossible, I might contact your bookseller and confirm their return policy.I agree with one purchaser - try to see this book before buying.
nice articleTo fireplace33, ink type is "part of printer design". When you buy Printer X, you get Y inks, and that's it. The printers are manufactured specifically to handle a specific type of ink delivery.