Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by SenenCito, Nov 11, 2006.
definitly learned quite a bit of this experiment..sure was interesting
Ive wanted to try this. The handing of the waterbottle is pretty slick!
Very nice. I've done that before but without the good lighting and the hot chick. I used a dude
I love multiplicity pics!!!
I did this with my old Fuji
Can someone spot the error in this one?
That is quite cool... ok, now there's something I would like to try this weekend. It's always cool to see stuff like that, get inspired and try experimenting with photography in cool ways.
This is a long the same lines as another photo in a thread here not long ago with the west view sunset shots divided in a dozen sections and was probably shot over the course of the solstices. That is another one I would like to experiment, but I need a cool west horizen landscape.
thanks guys, the bottle was actually quite tricky and it sure doesnt help that she has abnormally huge hands, but I was pleased with the results
now in nick's picture im still not sure of the error, trying to find it
Well, I spotted the error right away. SenenCito, in the image... look thru the front windshield and aren't you suppose to see the body of the guy still?
He only Photoshopped the top part of him, and overlooking the part thru the window.
HAHAHAHA now I get it, I was way off
I was concentrating so much on me IN the car, I overlooked my midsection
When photoshopping stuff like that, (regarding Nick's error) one needs to consider all aspects and make sure you don't make any errors. Its quite embarrassing if you do a project and a minor detail gets overlooked and its published to the web or printed and the masses get to see it.
yes, i think we all screw up with little things like that. we get focused too much on other things
First one I ever did. I forgot to shoot in manual so when I tried editing the colors were really obvious where I used the eraser tool . I've learned a lot since then and made another one all manual which turned out better. This thread makes me wanna go try this out again.
I'm new here. Explain the best method to do this.
how does one do this correctly?... I have never seen this before....I assume you overlap the pics in photoshop...and then crop the shit outta them on individual layers and then flatten layers together after they are aligned and edited properly?
I assume you set camera set up on a good tripod, wb and exposure locked, snap away.
You should then be able to arange layers in pshop and mask whole sections with the marquee tool, paint a mask for finer details.
Basically. Put your camera on a tripod on manual mode with the focus in the middle. Snap away and open it up on photoshop with mutiple layers. Then just erase to bring the person out in different places. Just pay attention where it overlaps.
im gonna so try this today. i only have a table/mini tripod for now though...
Looks awesome Senen, I don't like the rug in the first picture though, thats the first thing i noticed
looks awesome. we did this one night at work with the in-camera function of multiple exposures (Fuji S2Pro) but they never came out like we wanted them because we didn't have a tripod handy. definitely looks cool when one right.
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I got lazy after being at three hours on the second image, I knew I had to do it, was just tired and wanted to go to sleep with a finished image
On how I did this, well I basically set the camera on a tripod and had her move around, one very different thing I did from the other methods is have someone holding an umbrella and an sb-800 always standing at her left, that way the lighting always looked similar no matter where she was, and on one picture put the umbrella right at the window, so it seems its daylight even though I took at at around 9pm, it worked but it made it a bitch to edit since there was all sorts of shadows and the room looked real different depending on the lighting