Starting with 95 original images, I created an extra 72 images.
This resulted in a fully functional and accurate 167 photo synth.
I created 72 extra images that I did not need to photograph ! And they actually add to every aspect of a true synth.
With my forced camera orientation synth photography, you can "beef" up a weak synth. And if photographed and edited correctly there is absolutely nothing "artificial" about any of the added images. They are unique images in every sense of the word, except they are of course artificial.
A batch editor would be nice, reducing the amount of bleeding eye syndrome, which tends to accompany to much "hands on editing"
How can any of this be a bad thing?
It's a good thing!