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The Wizard of Oz
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July 28, 2014
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July 29, 2014
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Cool image, Mandrake! A bit scary, but cool! How did you do this? 

July 29, 2014
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Multiple exposures? Slow shutter speed and camera movement? Whatever you did
Oksana is right – the image looks pretty cool. 
Dale.

July 30, 2014
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This is a composite using an image entitled IMPACT which I posted some time ago with an explanation
of how it was processed.  Here is a link to that post.

The merged photo is a shot of my neighbor mowing his lawn and taken, unbeknownst to him, from my window.
(His name is Oz which prompted the image title.)

His photo was combined with IMPACT in Photoshop Elements using the “Lighten” Blending Mode to allow the transparent effect.  Oz can be interpreted as a victim or as the wicked wizard overseeing the event.  I prefer the latter.

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July 30, 2014
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Thanks for clarification, Mandrake! 

July 30, 2014
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Mandrake
Thanks for the link. You are a really good photographer – the shots you have posted of your grandson, granddaughter and
life around your house are so great! I always look forward to checking out your pics AND I especially look forward to how
well you can create a realistic image of a situation. You are the best critic (of us all) and you are so damned dedicated to this
site that I can’t help but applaud you! Because of you I constantly check my horizon line and thats a good thing lol!
Whatever I post feel free to change in any way you like – no problem…Dale.Smile

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Dale…
Wow… It will be hard to live up to that!
Thanks so much for your very kind words.

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