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Dec 03, 2014 12:11 |  #182

Just had to try this out. Got them jumping for joy and after five jumps we had something.


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Dec 03, 2014 12:59 |  #183

David Ransley wrote in post #17308555 (external link)
Just had to try this out. Got them jumping for joy and after five jumps we had something.

OMG david! i love this pic! Im a newbie - but how did you do this?




  
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Dec 03, 2014 13:17 |  #184

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Mine is in the orange cleats + blue helmet (Jack). Second shot to show his size relative to the guys he plays with. He plays up with the older kids, but he's an animal, having more speed and grunt than those bigger kids. He's been matched up with kids 2-3 times his size/weight and he comes out with the ball.

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Dec 04, 2014 09:58 |  #186

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Dec 06, 2014 06:00 as a reply to  @ swisskylie's post |  #188

It is not too difficult:

Step One:
1. Choose a setting that compliments the scene - stationary background - no moving parts
2. Explain to your potential flyers that they need to jump with the brooms. Count down from three and jump on one.
3. Discuss the results with them and show them the leg attitude and facial expressions
4. Repeat the jumping and reviewing and in about three to four jumps - you will see results.
5. Freeze the action 100%. Fast shutter
6. To get the artificial height - be as low as possible to the ground when you take the shot. This creates that idea that they are flying high.

Step two:
1. Either pan the camera and take a photo - much lower shutter speed. 1/60 sec. This will blur the photo and then merge in Photoshop, but take the photo from the same spot. Paint in the flyers and handle the shadow as well. No people in this shot.
2. or use Photoshop to add movement to the shot. Here you can add movement to a clone and merge the original back in.


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Dec 06, 2014 06:49 |  #189

David Ransley wrote in post #17315701 (external link)
It is not too difficult:

Step One:
1. Choose a setting that compliments the scene - stationary background - no moving parts
2. Explain to your potential flyers that they need to jump with the brooms. Count down from three and jump on one.
3. Discuss the results with them and show them the leg attitude and facial expressions
4. Repeat the jumping and reviewing and in about three to four jumps - you will see results.
5. Freeze the action 100%. Fast shutter
6. To get the artificial height - be as low as possible to the ground when you take the show. This creates that idea that they are flying high.

Step two:
1. Either pan the camera and take a photo - much lower shutter speed. 1/60 sec. This will blur the photo and then merge in Photoshop, but take the photo from the same spot. Paint in the flyers and handle the shadow as well.
2. or use Photoshop to add movement to the shot. Here you can add movement to a clone and merge the original back in.



thanks for the info




  
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Dec 07, 2014 02:20 |  #190

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Dec 07, 2014 05:16 |  #191

David Ransley wrote in post #17315701 (external link)
It is not too difficult:

Step One:
1. Choose a setting that compliments the scene - stationary background - no moving parts
2. Explain to your potential flyers that they need to jump with the brooms. Count down from three and jump on one.
3. Discuss the results with them and show them the leg attitude and facial expressions
4. Repeat the jumping and reviewing and in about three to four jumps - you will see results.
5. Freeze the action 100%. Fast shutter
6. To get the artificial height - be as low as possible to the ground when you take the shot. This creates that idea that they are flying high.

Step two:
1. Either pan the camera and take a photo - much lower shutter speed. 1/60 sec. This will blur the photo and then merge in Photoshop, but take the photo from the same spot. Paint in the flyers and handle the shadow as well. No people in this shot.
2. or use Photoshop to add movement to the shot. Here you can add movement to a clone and merge the original back in.

Thanks David, i might need to try this with my little munchkins ;) a bit of an assignment ;)




  
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Dec 07, 2014 05:19 |  #192

Oh Joey I really love your pics - you're a great inspiration, i love this photo - that smokey look near the tyre's did you create that?




  
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Dec 08, 2014 02:22 |  #193

swisskylie wrote in post #17317856 (external link)
Oh Joey I really love your pics - you're a great inspiration, i love this photo - that smokey look near the tyre's did you create that?


Thank you very much that means a lot;) Yes I did all the motion of the image was done in ps;)


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