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Originally posted by jra
these panoramic shots that have been stitched together. The gaps are there because these are multiple photos put together to make one image. The computer has to bend and distort images to fit them together.
Go to this site: www.apolloarchive.com... and look at the normal versions.
Originally posted by IvanZana
Can you provide another example of your version of a 1971 computerized photo editing procedure that produced the 1st picture 'grey out area'?
What do you think of the second shot? The object behind the astonaut?
the multiple reticules?
Originally posted by Komodo
first.. right off the bat .. there is 2 different lighting sources. It's totally obvious! and I'm a Armature!!!