Yes, this is why I created the page; to make the comparison. Nonetheless, the image I uploaded was re-processed by me, without needed permission, from an original. With careful comparisons, and certainly with printing, the re-processed image is inferior to the uncompressed original.The page is useful as it allows a mobile device user to view what it would be like if the old composite were used at near full size, without splitting it up.
To be proactive, I secured a library of many of the original mhomei composites from VW10 once it was known with certainly that they would be degraded by the transfer to VW20.
Hopefully, the original photographs that comprise the composites are locally archived by the photographer. Why is a complicated solution, of legal question, being put forth? A couple of mouse clicks satisfies the photographer's original request to remove the degraded composites. A reasonable request. Then maybe something could be worked out with the photographer to use the original photographs without needing to deconstruct composite images in violation of the photographer's wishes.
For an army of volunteers to decompose the composites, if in defiance of the photographer's wishes, may disrespect the Golden Rule, and may also disrespect the legal rule. Loren