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a Bronson idea


John Dolva
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I think the following is possible if one only had a very good copy of the Bronson film.

The elm st sequence is just a few frames where the north knoll would be visible at a critical time if only the tree wasn't there. There is actually a view of the north knoll fence glinting between leaves. Some ideas on how this can be derived and seeing if a film of the relevant frames with the parts belonging to the knoll is possible.

By stacking properly aligned frames one can get a composite of the parts of north knoll visible and use that as a template to decide exactly which strip of the scene to look at. So the area to look at can be quite small and possibly the relevant parts focused on can be derived. If I had a very good copy I'd try it, but I don't so I'm just logging the idea in case anyone else wants to have a go.

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