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Just messing around with Photoshop Elements. I have seen cars with see through hoods, so I wanted to try it. Unfortunately, the only pics I could find are not exactly the same. I tried to line 'em up.

I followed this guys You Tube video.

No doubt, I will try this again somewhere along the line. Next time I will set up my shots and use a tripod.

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talk to Rick on the polishing...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Forget the primal scream, just ROAR!!!
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Nice work Mike , I've always liked that effect . I did this with my TransAm but of course photobcket is down so I can't post a pic .
I use a tripod to make sure the pictures are perfectly overlapped .

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Just practice. I need a better subject.

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If you look closely at my picture, you will notice that the two images are not on the same plane. A tripod will take care of that.

So, I was thinking...

Maybe a shot of a router bit in action or table saw blade or something like that.
I guess you can tell I am in between projects and bored! :-)

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I guess you can tell I am in between projects and bored! :-)[/QUOTE]

Mike,

Then I think it's time for you and Pat to make a trip up North for a few days. Mama wants the wet bar (haven't used it in 20+ years) replaced with oak cabinets, counter, and book cases (shelves) the rest of the way to the ceiling. Getaway, electrical work, plumbing, cabinets, shelves, built ins, free room and board. I'll order the doors pre-made. This should be right up your alley!!!!! What ya think??????

Get your sketch-up program wound up.

And you can play with the CNC machine while you're here. Make something nice for the finishing department!!!!

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