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Jan 07, 2011 00:28 |  #1

Here is me and my family in a shot we got tonight! Tutorial Video Here http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=u9EZ1YeSZY8 (external link)

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Jan 07, 2011 01:26 |  #2

Awesome!!


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Jan 07, 2011 04:04 |  #3
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wow, i would love to try this on an upcoming shoot, mind walking us through the PP




  
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Jan 07, 2011 04:15 |  #4

great idea. love it!


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Jan 07, 2011 05:15 |  #5

Very clever - great idea!

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Jan 07, 2011 08:56 |  #6

Very Cool


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Jan 07, 2011 09:14 as a reply to  @ wishucould00's post |  #7

Thanks everyone. Post production was fairly simple. First step is getting all the shots of course. You have to keep in mind what the subject head size will be. The more people you have the larger you want their faces to be in each shot. I held up an empty frame, so in pp I just used a selection tool to select the whole inside of the frame. I added a new layer in Photoshop and filled it black within that selection. I then add my next photo (my wife) and I create a clipping mask that basically only puts the image in the black square I created. Simply continue this process. If you are not familiar with using clipping mask, you should definitely learn about them! I might have to make a tutorial on this image later. Hope this helps.


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Jan 07, 2011 09:15 as a reply to  @ jmalonear's post |  #8

Great work! :)


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Jan 07, 2011 11:05 |  #9

A unique perspective on that shot. love it!


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Jan 07, 2011 11:07 |  #10

Awesome Jay! I have been reading up on clipping mask to try and make some poster templates.


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Jan 07, 2011 12:01 |  #11

that is a really cool idea, i like it!


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Jan 07, 2011 12:52 as a reply to  @ x0SiN0x's post |  #12

Thanks guys! Here is a tutorial that I just recorded that might help you do something like this!
http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=u9EZ1YeSZY8 (external link)


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Jan 07, 2011 22:35 |  #13

Very creative - I love it!


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Jan 07, 2011 23:29 as a reply to  @ jsvphoto's post |  #14

haha, love it! Very fun :)


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Jan 08, 2011 09:02 |  #15

Would love to see a tutorial posted on this process. Thanks in advance and nIce shots.




  
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