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Old 11-03-2003, 10:15 AM
amadej amadej is offline
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I owe some answers to my dear critics.

To Kenny10pin. Yes, I was on Mt. Mangart (2685m) plains, south-west and some 500 m below the peak.

To PiotrS. Yes these are Julian Alps. On the right side you see West Julian Alps (Italy) and on the left side Mt. Kanin group.

To Ronners. Unfortunately, there was no detail in the mountains on the film. However, I do not regret this too much. I am trying to keep pictures (of this type) as simple as possible. May be this 'black' quite works in this sense.

To be frank, I do not know exactly what do you mean with 'contrast masking'. As far as I know nothing like this exists in Corel PhotoPaint 7 I work with. Is this a method where you superimpose several 'copies' of the same scene to improve contrast (like in old times when photographers made two copies of the same scene and then superimposed both slides for the same purpose)? This can be done manually in Corel software, but I've never tried.
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