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Camille Scott
July 2, 2011 8:23 PM
Bob, I love "Balsamroot Sunshine". I've looked at it a few times. It always catches my eye. Hope things are good with you. ~ Camille Scott

Lawrie Davidson
Melbourne, Australia
May 23, 2011 4:23 PM
The latest episode about Stacking and Stitching asks the question "So is All This Real Photography?". Such questions have always been part of the topic area. Frank Hurley was an Australian photographer who spent his life trying to make better pictures, not just records of what was in front of the camera at the time. Our lives are the better for his efforts! He was criticised by some, lauded by others. Thank you for your series on focus stacking.

Bryan S. Peterson
Gig Harbor, Washington
May 23, 2011 5:49 AM
You articulated your Photo Tip of the week - Stacking & Stitching: So is all this real Photography, very well. As a retired arson investigator I used photographs to assist in telling the story of what I saw and how I followed the steps of my investigation to come to an educated assessment of how the fire started. In this form of photographic documentation I never manipulated the images I captured. But when it came to being a witness in court it all came down to this simple question: Is this a fair and accurate representation of what you saw at the scene? My job was to document what was there and that is all. Today as an art photographer and artist I feel that my job is to create a photographic image that is not necessarily 100% true from the standpoint of a single photograph but rather create an image that is what the viewer WANTS TO SEE. Using all the tools at my disposal to meet that ends, I feel, is the difference between an artist and a person taking a snapshot.

shakur hamid
Johor, Malaysia
May 8, 2011 1:51 AM
I'm picking photography where I left. While searching for filters I found your site and I appreciate it very much. Focus stacking is news to me and I have downloaded the freeware. Then it struck me, if those pics at different focus points being cut out only on the part that is in focus, we can then use stictcher to combine it. Just my thought. Thanks.

AndyFletcherz
USA
April 11, 2011 6:56 PM
Hey - I am certainly delighted to discove this. great job!

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