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Jun 30, 2010 14:11 |  #16

I'm not, but we have a stickie: Gimp tutorials ;)


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Jun 30, 2010 14:12 |  #17

xs5875 wrote in post #10454650 (external link)
AWESOME! Thanks..I am using GIMP, dont have photoshop..sigh! Are you familiar with that?

Not really, but the tools are all pretty much the same.

Get the images on two layers and I'm sure you can google to figure out how exactly to use a layer mask. What you're doing is actually quite simple.


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Jun 30, 2010 18:58 |  #18

Easier way in photoshop is to copy one photo and paste on the other then use eraser or history brush. I've never used gimp so not sure how to do it with that program...


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Jul 01, 2010 00:38 |  #19

Anyone know how in GIMP?


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Jul 01, 2010 00:41 |  #20

xs5875 wrote in post #10457974 (external link)
Anyone know how in GIMP?

Follow this:
https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=682977

Just replace the black and white image in the steps with your second image.


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Jul 01, 2010 02:05 |  #21

Easy way:
I use a simple trick in photoshop
I make two pictures (using MANUAL FOCUS, tripod, same exposition)
I put one over the other one, then I erase where "myself" would be (sliding the opacity, thaht helps)
and...voilá.


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Jul 01, 2010 06:03 |  #22

I get the idea that the OP has no understanding of masks, layer masks, and how to use the tools to work with them. If anyone can point to a very basic link describing these things and how to get started with them in Gimp, it would help. The above link to selective coloring in Gimp had a lot of useful info, but may throw the brand new beginner a bit off for what is a pretty simple project.


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Jul 01, 2010 09:01 as a reply to  @ tonylong's post |  #23

Ah... it's hard without a prior aknowledge...
First: download this file http://www.vislab.uq.e​du.au …/manuals/gimp/g​imp2.2.pdf (external link)
Second: go to the chapter 5 where its explain what does the layer work and read slighly and then the chapter 8.17
Third. Install the camera on the tripod. Set MANUAL FOCUSING (in order to maintain the focus invariable) and take (with the delay shutter) two pictures. In fisrt of them, you would be in position A, on the second, in B position.
Fourth: Download these images on the computer.
Fifth: Open GIMP software
sixth: open these two images. Normally they would be in the same size. (Otherwise, adjust it).
seventh: put the image A OVER (yes, just over) the other one (B).
Once you had this, you will have a picture win only one of "yourself".
Erase (using "erase" tool, yes, as when you were at school) the area where you would be (in the other photo) and you will appear....
(it's more easy to do, than to explain)...specially for me. 'cause I'm spanish and my mother tonge isn't english.
Sorry, Can't be more didactical....


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Jul 01, 2010 09:57 |  #24

Thanks, obkcaptain, I hope that helps the OP! I'm not a Gimp user and so can't say much but "layer this, mask that, blah blah blah" which doesn't help someone who is both brand new to Gimp and unknowledgable about the basics of such things!


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Jul 01, 2010 10:25 |  #25

tonylong wrote in post #10458783 (external link)
I get the idea that the OP has no understanding of masks, layer masks, and how to use the tools to work with them. If anyone can point to a very basic link describing these things and how to get started with them in Gimp, it would help. The above link to selective coloring in Gimp had a lot of useful info, but may throw the brand new beginner a bit off for what is a pretty simple project.

Bingo.


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Jul 01, 2010 11:15 |  #26

xs5875 wrote in post #10459831 (external link)
Bingo.

Heh! I figured as much!

Have you done the Gimp install? If so, take some time to browse the Help file to get an overview, then try going carefully through obkCaptain's post above my last one and see if you can follow it, make some sense of it, and do something with it. After you've done a bit, then get back here and ask questions that come up, but get some of the basics down first!


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Jul 02, 2010 11:00 |  #27

Well I finally did it. And after pulling my hair out, I decided to see how similar PS and GIMP really are, and there are quite a few similarities. This is just a quick shot, to learn how to combine, get familiar with PP, and set the stage. To be honest, the screen shots from the link on the first page really helped. This is mine! No touch ups or nothing, I just freaked when I finally got them to combine, then I erased it and done it againto make sure I didnt do it on accident!

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Jul 05, 2010 01:17 |  #28

well done !
repeat the procesus 3,4,5....more times and you will be crowded...

Stupid idea: put a group of chairs (4 or 5) in the garden. And take a photo in each position, (seatted and behind), looking at front, right, up, down, left, wearing shades, tie, jeans, blah, blah, blah. You will have a group (10 people) of "you"...


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