With that news, I had to try and do one more photo of Peyton that we took from the game we went to back in 2012. All of the good ones I have posted already. I had a couple more, but the prominent feature in those was the rear end of a defensive lineman. That's not really what I wanted the viewer to come away with.
So, I tried out a feature in Nik's Analog Efex called "multilens" and what it does is break up a single photo into 3 or 4 individual framed shots as you see below. However, I did that to 4 individual photos and just masked in the portions that had Peyton in the frame. This is the outcome. You can roll your mouse over the image to see the four individual shots that I used for this.
One other thing, I'm a little miffed at the second shot from the left in this compilation as the background is a little more in focus that the rest. However, the image is about Peyton, not the background focus. I'll live with it. ;-)
I hope you enjoy the photo and thanks for dropping by! Also, click here for a higher-res version of the final shot.
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