On Fri, May 2, 2008 at 11:49 PM, David Gowers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Anthony,
>  Exactly what you want to do is not clear to me.
>  Trying to 'fake' the missing bits of photo is, while possible, a very
>  time consuming choice.
>  I think you would be better off making it seem like the missing bits
>  are intentional, as in this example:
> http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v449/neota/edits/press-lg-weekly_redux-ed2.png
>  I made this by:
>  1. rotate appropriately.
>  2. apply 'value propagate', propagating opacity to the left and right
>  only, repeatedly until no transparent pixels are left.
>  3. remove the streak that appears near the top of his head by a bit of 
> painting.
> http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v449/neota/edits/press-lg-weekly_redux-ed3.png
>  is another idea, made simply by a bit of strategic painting. It
>  emphasizes the focus on the book.

Thank you David! I just had a good idea from you examples...I can tie
into the UI and perhaps have a little note area below the image, that
is tied into it, like a static "tooltip" (be it png) describing the
content of the image.

Anthony Ettinger
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