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Great j_wyatt 2005-03-19 19:08

Very nice view down the Gorge. The old farm equipment really adds to the photo. I would have tried to clone out the bit of the Bridge of the Gods.

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Old 03-20-2005, 03:54 AM
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Default To j_wyatt: Hmm...

I kind of liked the bridge framing the shot, and besides, I'm not that good at cloning yet, but feel free to give it a try!
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Old 03-31-2005, 08:10 AM
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Default Re: To j_wyatt: Hmm...

Are we allowed to clone out major elements in TrekEarth images? (Of course, if you do it properly it shouldn't be detectable). Didi objected to my color spot in the winter trees pic and said the pic should be on TrekLens, and I can see his point. Who polices the rules? Mike K-H
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Old 03-31-2005, 02:03 PM
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Default Re: To j_wyatt: Hmm...

Well apparently from the TOS page you aren't supposed to clone out major elements. I have an account with all three trek sites, so I get confused sometimes over the different rules, although cropping is allowed so I'm still not sure about the cloning out things. I guess you can ask at [email protected] or go to the forums and ask Adam as I think he's in charge of what goes or stays here. I liked your tree photo very much, but I can see the point too, maybe you'll have to join up at TrekLens too!
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