Hybrid process - cheating?

Discussion in 'Talk About Anything Photography Related' started by Joanna Carter, Jan 24, 2018.

  1. Ian Grant

    Ian Grant Active Member Registered User

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    Reminds me back in the late 1970's I had a job requiring an image of an Aardvark in its native landscape, the only image available was of a stuffed one from London Zoo, I montaged it into its natural landscape - way before Photoshop.

    Of course a birds wings are it's vestigial front legs, they are descended from dinosaurs :D

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    Here we are, on a forum about large format film work and someone has used the word dinosaur.

    Let's remember that the dinosaurs were millions of years more successful than humans. Unfortunately, none of their photographs have survived the supposed impact.

    [If you are interested, Harry Harrison's West of Eden attempts to describe what an evolved dinosaur society might look like.]
     

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