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Old 04-14-2009, 08:08 PM
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Pam in Pilatus

Photo taken with Kodak General standard model from store in Canada 1979 for trip to Switzerland a few days Later.
Photo taken in Old Gun Emplacement in the Mount Pilatus. Only light available was the inbuilt Flash. Tourist camera, General Duty.
Need to Lighten Cave to see wife Pam. Would like to see lake and land lines more clearly if Possible.
Thanks for your consideration
Graham
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Old 04-14-2009, 09:14 PM
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Here Ya go Graham.. Tis the best I could do!
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Old 04-15-2009, 12:27 AM
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Re: Pam in Pilatus

G'day OlBaldy. Thanks very much for letting me see my Wife again in her favourite Photo, mine to of course.
The program Photoshop7 was used. Am interested on your Program used and approach to the Problem.
I am not a full Baldy myself but the Fly Helipad on top of my Head is now 75%
Gotta Go
Uroo (ooroo)= Bye
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Old 04-15-2009, 01:16 AM
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Re: Pam in Pilatus

There is a hope for this picture, but the posted copy contains very bad jpeg artifacts & not much can be done with it.
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Old 04-15-2009, 02:37 AM
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Re: Pam in Pilatus

Like Chillin says, the image probably has possibilities. But not at this size. Please upload a (link to) a high-res image/scan, gnorris.
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Old 04-15-2009, 02:52 AM
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Re: Pam in Pilatus

Thanks a million Luv It. So does Pam. I used PS7. Would like to know how you did it. I am a Novice at this but willing to learn. At 75 thats not a bad trick.
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Old 04-15-2009, 02:55 AM
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G'day OlBaldy. Thanks very much for letting me see my Wife again in her favourite Photo, mine to of course.
The program Photoshop7 was used. Am interested on your Program used and approach to the Problem.
I am not a full Baldy myself but the Fly Helipad on top of my Head is now 75%
Gotta Go
Uroo (ooroo)= Bye
Graham
Did a levels and made some color corrections then just combined a bunch of different lighter and darker Light, dark, softlight,and color layers and masked out what I didn't want... combined all then used a bit of noise reduction, (Neat Image, Polaroid scratch and dust) Painted on a color layer.. the sky, water and ground above all the other layers.. with what I thought would be appropriate colors

Chillin that looks mighty fine!
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Old 04-15-2009, 03:33 AM
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Re: Pam in Pilatus

Thanks . Luv It.
At a loss as to "But not at this size. Please upload a (link to) a high-res image/scan, gnorris."
Could you please explain how I can do this as Orignal photo gone walkabout. Only photo is in Family History for our Families on my PC.
1 BMP 654x510 979Kb
2 TIF 1808x1388 5,75MB
3 JPG 1808X1388 163Kb
Are any of those any good?
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Old 04-15-2009, 03:42 AM
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Re: Pam in Pilatus

Faaaaaaaaantastic Brilliant. Sad to say at 75 am a very slow learner as Memory Lane is Sooooo long. Theres much I have to learn and how to Mask and Manipulate Layers.
So back to Plodding along. Will be Happy if I can be half as good as you.
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Graham
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Old 04-15-2009, 12:48 PM
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Thanks . Luv It.
At a loss as to "But not at this size. Please upload a (link to) a high-res image/scan, gnorris."
Could you please explain how I can do this as Orignal photo gone walkabout. Only photo is in Family History for our Families on my PC.
1 BMP 654x510 979Kb
2 TIF 1808x1388 5,75MB
3 JPG 1808X1388 163Kb
Are any of those any good?
Graham
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Post that TIFF, Graham!
How? Send it to your own mail address using yousendit.com/. Then open that mail message, copy the link, and post/paste it here.
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