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Friday, December 26, 2008

Four from One for Boxing Day

On my Boxing Day 2006 post I explained how I could get three separate posts from a single photograph.

So this year I'm showing you how to get four from one.

On 10th Nov 2008 I cropped it and posted the Alternative Route sign.

On 26th Nov 2008 I highlighted the mini-roundabout.

Finally on 14th Dec 2008 I gave you Rosemount church.

Today I bring you the full picture.

Does anyone else regularly get several different posts out of the same photograph or am I the only skintflint?

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Lew said...

Conserve pixels! Great use of one photo. I don't remember cropping one picture for more than one post, but I have used one scene for different posts by zooming in on various parts (multiple photos) of the scene.

Tanya said...

Hee hee, well that's creative! Merry Christmas!

Jarart said...

Very clever, This one is like seeing the puzzle after it's put together.

Clueless in boston said...

Very clever. You must have been an academic in a previous life that simply repackages an article for different publications to get the most value out of one research project:)

Mediterranean kiwi said...

good advice - i might try it myself.
i suppose the photo has to be super clear (mine aren't always)

RuneE said...

Well done!

PS It has happened, but nor often - I just take to many pictures!

Reader Wil said...

I am glad I didn't miss this one! It's a great picture and the others are also good. I didn't see them for I was away in Egypt. The roundabout is very handy for big vehicles. The problem is here that they have too little space to turn.
Have a great weekend Gerald!

Dan said...

Great technique Gerald. I am reading "Welcome to Oz" by Vincent Versace and he calls this 'image harvesting'.

I have done this but not on the blog to this point.

Lois said...

I have never done it, but I think it might be fun to try!

rick whitman said...

Excellent visual perception to be able to see 4 different scenes in one photograph and to be able to use them in 4 blogs. Was this rre-planned or was it just one of those serendipity things?

Lilli & Nevada said...

Great photo for sure, Is that a roundabout? We are getting a lot of roundabouts here, but there all defined more with statues.

babooshka said...

I think you know I have this idea down to a fine art with the limitations of Ramsey. I like Dan' Image harvesting. Body parts, image parts interesting.

imac said...

I also get a few photos out of one Gerald, the more - the merrier haha.Crop here and a crop there, here,there, and allover.

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