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May 21, 2015 09:41 |  #46

Craig, thanks for the comment! Your work is superb, so that means a lot!

ptcanon3ti, youtube is probably the best right now for explaining all the steps. Search "aligning multiple images" or something along those lines.


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May 21, 2015 10:31 |  #47

ptcanon3ti: That's ok, you will figure it out if you maybe google layers in photoshop or photoshop layer masks.

You basically just open all the images... say 5 of them... and drag the others onto your first one in order. They will be smart objects at this point so you'd have to rasterize them before continuing but just right click on them individually and choose rasterize layer to do that. Then you'd go to image, canvas size and make it about 20% bigger on both ends. This will give it room to align the layers without cropping too much off. Then under edit, go to Auto Align Layers and it will adjust them using the background to line them up. :)

This way you have all 5 stacked on each other and you can add masks to to them to paint out the parts you don't want... i.e. so the layer beneath can show through. This part... you kinda just have to figure out as you work. Take a paint brush and start to paint the parts you want in or out on the B&W mask layer. :) Google that, it's hard to explain in one paragraph, lol. It'll take a little work but you'll figure it out and it will be valuable to you. :)


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May 21, 2015 10:32 as a reply to  @ Noitca's post |  #48

You are very welcome & Thank you! :)


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May 21, 2015 10:43 |  #49

Noitca wrote in post #17565365 (external link)
Craig, thanks for the comment! Your work is superb, so that means a lot!

ptcanon3ti, youtube is probably the best right now for explaining all the steps. Search "aligning multiple images" or something along those lines.

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ptcanon3ti: That's ok, you will figure it out if you maybe google layers in photoshop or photoshop layer masks.

You basically just open all the images... say 5 of them... and drag the others onto your first one in order. They will be smart objects at this point so you'd have to rasterize them before continuing but just right click on them individually and choose rasterize layer to do that. Then you'd go to image, canvas size and make it about 20% bigger on both ends. This will give it room to align the layers without cropping too much off. Then under edit, go to Auto Align Layers and it will adjust them using the background to line them up. :)

This way you have all 5 stacked on each other and you can add masks to to them to paint out the parts you don't want... i.e. so the layer beneath can show through. This part... you kinda just have to figure out as you work. Take a paint brush and start to paint the parts you want in or out on the B&W mask layer. :) Google that, it's hard to explain in one paragraph, lol. It'll take a little work but you'll figure it out and it will be valuable to you. :)

Thanks fellas! :D


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May 25, 2015 23:38 |  #50

Almost went blind making this one tonight after today's Memorial Day game. 7 layers...

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May 26, 2015 03:11 as a reply to  @ CHillyDoggy's post |  #51

Great stuff Craig, thanks for sharing. With all the talk around biomechanics and injuries to pitchers I would think there would be a market for this sort of shot as a training aid. I suppose slow-mo video is the standard, but looking at one still shot that breaks down the entire motion would be cool, and efficient, I think.


  
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May 26, 2015 06:26 |  #52

CHillyDoggy wrote in post #17571373 (external link)
Almost went blind making this one tonight after today's Memorial Day game. 7 layers...

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May 26, 2015 08:47 as a reply to  @ mpix345's post |  #53

That'd be ok with me! :) Thanks!


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May 26, 2015 08:48 as a reply to  @ ptcanon3ti's post |  #54

Thanks Bud!


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Jun 04, 2015 12:14 |  #55

I'll need to try this as my nephew pitches.


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Jun 09, 2015 19:26 |  #56

Very cool. I like it when the last shot is normal and the others are more transparent.




  
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Jun 09, 2015 22:21 |  #57

Nice effect. Like many others....I'm going to have to try this now.


  
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Mar 05, 2016 16:32 |  #58

Very nice work




  
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Mar 09, 2016 18:44 |  #59

I am going to have to try this with some LL Baseball shots I have.

Nice Set, and thanks for the Idea!




  
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