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Old January 24th 07, 02:04 AM posted to alt.graphics.photoshop,rec.photo.digital,rec.photo.digital.zlr,comp.graphics.apps.photoshop
MarkČ
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Default How to simulate macro photography of models on real photos in Photoshop

Leigh Taylor wrote:
Wayne J. Cosshall wrote:
I've just posted a tutorial on how, in Photoshop, to turn a photo of
the real world into one that looks like it is a macro shot of a model
railway or similar construction for a bit of fun:
http://www.dimagemaker.com/article.php?articleID=850


Would it be fair to say you ripped this off... sorry, took inspiration
from, this article, published last month?:

http://forums.livingwithstyle.com/sh...d.php?t=342065

If you're going to recycle someone else's work so blatantly, you
should at least credit them.


Surely you realize that there are countless Photoshop experts the world
over, and that some of them explore similar concepts. It's rather "blatant"
of you to make this accusation when he clearly is using different image
examples, and has created his own graphics to demonstrate every aspect of
the process he describes.

How many articles do you supposed there are to explain the use of layers?
Did they all steal each other's stuff?

Sheesh.

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Old January 24th 07, 03:54 AM posted to alt.graphics.photoshop,rec.photo.digital,rec.photo.digital.zlr,comp.graphics.apps.photoshop
MarkČ
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Default How to simulate macro photography of models on real photos in Photoshop

MarkČ wrote:
Leigh Taylor wrote:
Wayne J. Cosshall wrote:
I've just posted a tutorial on how, in Photoshop, to turn a photo of
the real world into one that looks like it is a macro shot of a
model railway or similar construction for a bit of fun:
http://www.dimagemaker.com/article.php?articleID=850


Would it be fair to say you ripped this off... sorry, took
inspiration from, this article, published last month?:

http://forums.livingwithstyle.com/sh...d.php?t=342065

If you're going to recycle someone else's work so blatantly, you
should at least credit them.


Surely you realize that there are countless Photoshop experts the
world over, and that some of them explore similar concepts. It's
rather "blatant" of you to make this accusation when he clearly is
using different image examples, and has created his own graphics to
demonstrate every aspect of the process he describes.

How many articles do you supposed there are to explain the use of
layers? Did they all steal each other's stuff?

Sheesh.


Oops on the repeated posts... My ISP has stopped supporting cross-posts in
excess of 4 groups (good idea!), and I didn't notice the number.

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Old January 24th 07, 07:08 AM posted to alt.graphics.photoshop,rec.photo.digital,rec.photo.digital.zlr,comp.graphics.apps.photoshop
Douglas
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Default How to simulate macro photography of models on real photos in Photoshop


"MarkČ" mjmorgan(lowest even number wrote in message
...
: MarkČ wrote:
: Leigh Taylor wrote:
: Wayne J. Cosshall wrote:
: I've just posted a tutorial on how, in Photoshop, to turn a photo of
: the real world into one that looks like it is a macro shot of a
: model railway or similar construction for a bit of fun:
: http://www.dimagemaker.com/article.php?articleID=850
:
: Would it be fair to say you ripped this off... sorry, took
: inspiration from, this article, published last month?:
:
: http://forums.livingwithstyle.com/sh...d.php?t=342065
:
: If you're going to recycle someone else's work so blatantly, you
: should at least credit them.
:
: Surely you realize that there are countless Photoshop experts the
: world over, and that some of them explore similar concepts. It's
: rather "blatant" of you to make this accusation when he clearly is
: using different image examples, and has created his own graphics to
: demonstrate every aspect of the process he describes.
:
: How many articles do you supposed there are to explain the use of
: layers? Did they all steal each other's stuff?
:
: Sheesh.
:
:

Well done MarkČ!
Good to see the bloke you stuck up for in another group hasn't escaped your
wrath here... It'd be nice if you keep some consistency in your postings...

Don't worry Wayne... Mark Morgan (the lowest common moron) doesn't have much
credibility around here.

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Old January 24th 07, 08:21 AM posted to alt.graphics.photoshop,rec.photo.digital,rec.photo.digital.zlr,comp.graphics.apps.photoshop
MarkČ
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Default How to simulate macro photography of models on real photos in Photoshop

Douglas wrote:
"MarkČ" mjmorgan(lowest even number wrote in message
...
MarkČ wrote:
Leigh Taylor wrote:
Wayne J. Cosshall wrote:
I've just posted a tutorial on how, in Photoshop, to turn a photo
of the real world into one that looks like it is a macro shot of a
model railway or similar construction for a bit of fun:
http://www.dimagemaker.com/article.php?articleID=850

Would it be fair to say you ripped this off... sorry, took
inspiration from, this article, published last month?:

http://forums.livingwithstyle.com/sh...d.php?t=342065

If you're going to recycle someone else's work so blatantly, you
should at least credit them.

Surely you realize that there are countless Photoshop experts the
world over, and that some of them explore similar concepts. It's
rather "blatant" of you to make this accusation when he clearly is
using different image examples, and has created his own graphics to
demonstrate every aspect of the process he describes.

How many articles do you supposed there are to explain the use of
layers? Did they all steal each other's stuff?

Sheesh.




Well done MarkČ!
Good to see the bloke you stuck up for in another group hasn't
escaped your wrath here... It'd be nice if you keep some consistency
in your postings...

Don't worry Wayne... Mark Morgan (the lowest common moron) doesn't
have much credibility around here.


I was talking to Leigh...not Wayne.
But that aside...
Believe it or not, Doug, I wish you well.
I sincerely hope you find whatever it is you need that will make you happy.

I'm going to place you in the klink-file now--not in anger, but frankly as a
favor to us both.
I want you to be successful in your work and photographic persuits. I just
don't think further exchanges between us do you any good at all, and it's
also a undeniable waste of my time...so this will be it...until you change
your screen name again, I guess.
Have a good day, and take care.
No sarcasm... I mean that most sincerely.

-MarkČ

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Old January 24th 07, 09:36 AM posted to alt.graphics.photoshop,rec.photo.digital,rec.photo.digital.zlr,comp.graphics.apps.photoshop
Leigh Taylor
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Default How to simulate macro photography of models on real photos inPhotoshop

Surely you realize that there are countless Photoshop experts the world
over, and that some of them explore similar concepts. It's rather "blatant"
of you to make this accusation when he clearly is using different image
examples, and has created his own graphics to demonstrate every aspect of
the process he describes.

How many articles do you supposed there are to explain the use of layers?
Did they all steal each other's stuff?


The original story appeared on Digg last month. It got 3180 diggs and a
huge discussion thread on the technique. It was one of the most popular
Photoshop technique articles ever to appear on Digg.

Then, a few weeks later, Wayne's article describing the exact same
technique also appears on Digg. Not a generic topic like layers, but the
same technique used to achieve the same effect in the same way as the
original article.

Wayne says he didn't see the first article, despite it's extremely high
profile in a web community he clearly moves in. Fair enough,
coincidences happen.
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Old January 26th 07, 12:56 PM posted to alt.graphics.photoshop,rec.photo.digital,rec.photo.digital.zlr,comp.graphics.apps.photoshop
Wayne J. Cosshall
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Default How to simulate macro photography of models on real photos inPhotoshop

Leigh Taylor wrote:
Surely you realize that there are countless Photoshop experts the world
over, and that some of them explore similar concepts. It's rather "blatant"
of you to make this accusation when he clearly is using different image
examples, and has created his own graphics to demonstrate every aspect of
the process he describes.

How many articles do you supposed there are to explain the use of layers?
Did they all steal each other's stuff?


The original story appeared on Digg last month. It got 3180 diggs and a
huge discussion thread on the technique. It was one of the most popular
Photoshop technique articles ever to appear on Digg.

Then, a few weeks later, Wayne's article describing the exact same
technique also appears on Digg. Not a generic topic like layers, but the
same technique used to achieve the same effect in the same way as the
original article.

Wayne says he didn't see the first article, despite it's extremely high
profile in a web community he clearly moves in. Fair enough,
coincidences happen.

I post some of my articles on Digg, and some of my readers post my
articles there, but I must say I rarely use it myself to research
issues, news or techniques, and didn't in this case.

Cheers,

Wayne

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Publisher, The Digital ImageMaker, http://www.dimagemaker.com/
Blog http://www.digitalimagemakerworld.com/
 




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