In April 2017 autumn was in full swing here in Melbourne and I had been wanting to make an image of a tree where I combined a large number of images to make something that was not quite a tree. What I ended up with was the image that you see below. I called it the "Painted tree". This image was created from a total of 13 pictures of the same tree. How did I achieve this result you may ask? The answer is surprisingly easy and later today I will post detailed instructions, so that you can have a go at it yourself.
Raw photos can be found here. Feel free to download them and have a play to see what you can come up with
I will use tree_01.NEF as the base for my image and will need to remove the power pole, power lines, fire hydrant, lock and vehicle trailer from this image before proceeding. Have fun
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