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    Don't know where this thread got to - but glad it's still here!!
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    Cool Toulon, France ... high up, from a battlefort

    Okay, Geoff ... didn't recall this thread ... so I'm moving the Toulon, FR panorama shot to here

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    This was assembled from the 25-year old prints (not the negatives ... which are, as usual, buried somewhere), which maybe part of the color difficulty. The cyan has been drained from it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonSchap View Post
    Okay, Geoff ... didn't recall this thread ... so I'm moving the Toulon, FR panorama shot to here

    This was assembled from the 25-year old prints (not the negatives ... which are, as usual, buried somewhere), which maybe part of the color difficulty. The cyan has been drained from it.

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    Ok - well I will make my comments again:
    This is a mega panorama image - nicely stitched too
    Maybe shows a little signs of it's age but still excellent, would you mind if I had a play with it>>?
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    Panorama of the White Mts. taken from the Kangamangus Hwy. Its 5 pictures stitched, some of seams appear. Used Arcsoft for stitching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler View Post
    Quote:

    Ok - well I will make my comments again:
    This is a mega panorama image - nicely stitched too
    Maybe shows a little signs of it's age but still excellent, would you mind if I had a play with it>>?
    I need to hunt down the negatives ... have a go, if you please, just don't waste too much effort, eh?

    Thanks
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    Don,

    I started coonverting my negatives to digital images quite a few years back - I admit I have lost momentum - but every now and then I have another spurt and do a few more films - It's almost a lifelong task!!!
    I have also had to do some from actual prints and whilst they are ultimately not quite as good - they are not at all bad.
    Negs need a high res scan to extract the quality and detail - same principle as my other interest with music and sound- but I won't start on that here...!!!
    Ok
    I had a quick bas at this last night - obviously with time and care it could be quite a bit better. I am sure if you have the time you would do a better job.
    Let me know what you think...
    Take care
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    Sorry - just looked at it and did another bit more - hope i didn't over cook it - had to compress it hugely to get it on here though
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    I admit ... there is not a lot left to work with, but you are milking it for all it has. Thanks for the effort ... as always A definite improvement and a good testament to your post processing skill.
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    Cor - this thread keeps dissapearing - I found it by doing the search
    but it wasn't in the usual place as there were only 2 pages available of threads
    Anyway
    Here's a pic of the Croydon Skyline as seen from the Purley Way playing fields
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