Grandma's Quilt

© Michele M. Preste


Uploaded: February 20, 2005


I decided to try something different. I took 3 landscape shots of my Grandmother's quilt. The automatic stitching worked great. The perspective option fixed the sagging middle section. My lighting setup wasn't the best so there was some variation between both ends. I tried adjusting in layers (did the Keep as layers thing) but was unhappy with the results. So I broke a rule and adjusted the Camera Raw settings for the 3rd panel. I liked the results of the Advaned Blending but the


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