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Been doing a lot of one room schools and covered bridges . The all seem to have one thing in common . They are a wires , signs magnet . Really liked this one but I thougt it was impossible . After an hour or so in photoshop I think it improved . Got to do a bit more on the final editing but I think its better . What do you think ? Next page has final copy .[img][/img] [img][/img]
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I love it! One of my biggest pet peeves is taking a photo of something such as this "old timey" school house and having all sorts of modern "junk" messing up the shot. I love the ivy or creeper or whatever that plant is growing up the side of the building.
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Nice editing. Too bad you can't easily get rid of the shadows on the building from the wires.

btw, not a criticism, I really admire your work!!!!!!!!
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Is that pic of the schoolhouse in Shindle,sure looks familiar.
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Nice!
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Yep thats in Shindle !
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Great editing. It is amazing what you can do if you have the time and know-how.
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Nice editing. Too bad you can't easily get rid of the shadows on the building from the wires.

btw, not a criticism, I really admire your work!!!!!!!!
Nice! I think I would of took the extra time to edit them out you went that far to remove the stuff why not finish the job?

But it does look good not to be a jerk just what I think.
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It is a start and you mention that you have some more editing to do so I think it will look good as the finished product. Nice work so far...keep at it.
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On a job like this it can take 2 to 3 hours . Best thing to do is when you get tired and frustrated save it as a PSD file come bak to it later which I plan to do . Sometimes in a rush to see results hours of work can be destroyed . Dont care to do that !
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