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Photoshopped History (Part 2)
updated: Dec 28, 2013, 1:00 PM

Note from Ed:
Last week Kevin shared some interesting images he manipulated that compared present-day Santa Barbara to the 1925 earthquake in Photoshopped History Part 1. He's generously shared more photos with us in this installment of Photoshopped History Part 2. Below is his original explanation as well as new photos.

By Kevin Allen

Andrew Langley's post reminded me of some PaintShop Pro (poor man's Photoshop) doodles of locations along State street I made a few years back. I believe the technique is referred to as 'before and after' or 'now and then'. Each image is composed of two images taken from roughly the same position but at different times. All are comprised of a Google street image view and a black and white photo from the 1925 earthquake.

Click here to view the original black and white images.

217 State Street

401 State Street

528 State Street

536 State Street

636 State Street

1030 State Street

1221 State Street


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