Recreating history with a camera and computer
|One of the prime objectives of modeling is to create a piece of history as authentic as possible. I've always wanted to showcase one of my model aircraft in a photomontage which any observer would assume was a vintage photograph shot more than 50 years ago. With the recent advances in digital photography and digital processing, this is becoming possible for many modelers. If this sounds interesting to you, the first thing to remember is that the aircraft in the montage should be an accurate representation of the model - not a product of extensive digital processing.|
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