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RE: New photographic technique - Tesla Coil Arcs
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- Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2005 11:57:14 -0600
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Original poster: "Mccauley, Daniel H" <daniel.h.mccauley@xxxxxxxx>
Yes, I do realize it is not a new technique. But i haven't seen it done
for tesla coil or other arcs
before - so as far as combining arcs, it is a new technique.
Also, I do have a lot of those stacking programs (which i use for
astrophotography), and they DO NOT allow
you to do the same function (unless of course you define a custom
algorithm) - so photoshop is still needed.
>It's a cool thing to do, but not new. It's usually called
>stacking and there are a few program that exist for doing just
>this, less the photoshop busy work. Tesla Coils are a great use though.