Thai coast

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  1. panzershreck

    panzershreck TPF Noob!

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    as seen where the tsunami hit! (finally posting this photo from back in march)

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh...!

    Well, this is interestingly framed by the two uprooted (?) trees.
    But for some reason, in all this calmness which has not always been this calm, the speck of dust on either your scanner, or the negative, or the enlarger mount or the paper .... well, that speck of dust distracts me to no end.......
     
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    panzershreck TPF Noob!

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    it's something bound to the negative, no access to photoshop, but i did find a shareware program capable of cloning... see how this works:

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    the trees aren't really uprooted, so much as all the dirt (about 4 feet deep) has been washed away, the beach used to go out at least 10-20x farther than it is, i was a few feet away from the foundation of what used to be a resort, so these trees were the trees planted next to the resort, not originally near the beach
     
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    Better. Still some specks there, and a very centred horizon, but it is much better now.
     

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