zilch


50 yrs of rubber tapping
50 yrs of rubber tapping
Nathanael (Over 1 year ago)
This is a big step up from your past synths. Great work! You had a few blurry photos in here which Photosynth always finds difficult to work with but it still synthed most of them in. A tripod can always help you get great sharp shots. Do you mind adding a little information in the description about rubber tapping? Could you pin this synth on the map, using the 'Edit Synth' button? If you're feeling especially generous, you could try pointing out some of the photos that your audience should be taking note of using 'Highlights' in the synth editor and be sure to click the 'Save' button when you're done. Again, this is excellent progress. I hope you'll keep sharing your world with the rest of us.

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3 shells
3 shells
zilch (Over 1 year ago)
Hi Nathanel, thankyou for the kind words; I think I got that back in the US many years ago, but can't remember now, though think it may have been at something similar to a flea market. So I'd have no history on who carved it, where it is from, my apologies for that.

Nathanael (Over 1 year ago)
I love the branches and birds on this shell: http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=6519f4df-3505-47d0-84c4-c27cf6199d25&m=false&i=0:1:8&c=-0.302838:0.667219:-0.0849048&z=2536.98323999878&d=1.56507706422359:-2.90168743539877:-1.17325063194763&p=0:0&t=False Was it etched or painted and who is responsible for the design and craftsmanship? Is there somewhere I could purchase something similar? Do you make them yourself and is there a book or website where I could learn how to make my own?

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merchant1
merchant1
Nathanael (Over 1 year ago)
Windows Live Photo Gallery is a good free tool for this, I might add. Get it at http://download.live.com/photogallery Other options include https://www.photoshop.com/ and Google Picasa ( http://picasa.google.com/ )

Nathanael (Over 1 year ago)
Well this is an improvement. One more tip I could give you is to rotate all your photo files so that they are right-side-up before synthing them. I think if you do that and retry this synth with the rotated photos, you might get an even better result.

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