Well I am most impressed by this 'go' Kenny
I saw these a few years ago on Paranamio and just need to get myself motivated to have a bash.
The other way round is not nearly so much fun.
When I hit the image to view big screen I got a server error. Hope it gets fixed soon.
All the best from North Carolina - Jethro
I think your wins. The verticals of the trees give a better effect.
HEREis my version reversed. Load MuRa's Meister filter and away you go. to get my original you have to flip the photo by 180 before you start.
So I did my first this evening Kenny Using Hugin to stitch it up and note that 57 frames is the maximum it will let me do. Thats a shame coz it took 70 shots to get from the ground up to the sky!
Oh well back to the drawing board, perhaps I need to start in a field not deep in a forest. I'll shout when I get brave enough to upload one.
All the best ol' chum.
This would make a good design for a locally-produced paperweight, maybe.
It's not so very far off Kenny, the main issue I see is that the right side is lower than the left, if you address that problem before doing anything else all that would be needed later would be some blending of the sky. Simples ;0)
Thanks Sam how could I have missed something as obvious as being out of level. It's something a lot of my photos suffer from! I will have to go back and try again.
Its the old One leg longer than the other problem again Kenny?
Well David it's either that or my hunch back. Typically when you compare Sams shot with mine, his are always vibrant with mine dull. I like his uploads as they inspire me as to what can be achieved if I took more time, alas I am a snap and run type of person.
Well today is another dull one and I am out with my camera!
Come on then Kenny, are we going to see a re-vamp;-) Its a great subject.
OK, OK Neil I have revamped the shot. Many thanks Sam for your instruction, I rotated the original image then used the blur tool to drag the clouds over the join. Its better but would have been even better with a bright original! See the revamped version HERE
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