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Jun 12, 2008 19:56 |  #31

Interesting thread.
Any old fashion none photoshop ones?


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Jun 12, 2008 19:57 |  #32

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Azpix, oh my goodness, that is priceless! Always keep that one!

oh i did. i printed it on 10 x 20 metallic paper from mpix and it looks great.


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Jun 12, 2008 20:13 |  #33

DavidSR wrote in post #5710307 (external link)
https://photography-on-the.net …how+to+take+you​r+portrait

I believe that thread is the one you've been searching for.

that's the one, thanks!


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Jun 12, 2008 20:24 as a reply to  @ Not4you's post |  #34

Here's two of mine that I tried out. They were more of crude experiments rather than finished products but yeah whatever. The yellow wash was intentional at the time, but now I somehow hate it.

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Jun 13, 2008 01:56 |  #35

man, thats very intense. I'm curious to see what you'd change. I like it.

Mainly the background...and I missed a few spots when i desaturated. i would like a darker, more lonely background...something that subtley says "agony"...


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Jun 13, 2008 04:35 |  #36

NJRFilms wrote in post #5655447 (external link)
Tutorial?

indeed :)


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Jun 13, 2008 08:11 |  #37

samsen wrote in post #5712087 (external link)
Interesting thread.
Any old fashion none photoshop ones?

Yep, just messing around with my 430EX when I first got it:

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If you must know...

  
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Jun 13, 2008 08:14 as a reply to  @ Jethro790's post |  #38

my first try at it.... needs some clean up but sure is fun




  
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Jun 13, 2008 08:56 |  #39

Not4you wrote in post #5712188 (external link)
that's the one, thanks!

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Jun 13, 2008 10:49 |  #40

Could someone pleasssseeeee explain how this is done, i've ben trying to figure it out all morning and i'm ready to to throw my computer off the balcony lol

k thanks


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Jun 13, 2008 11:08 as a reply to  @ jdmsds's post |  #41

Bobster wrote in post #3372332 (external link)
Equipment needed

Camera with wide angle lens
Remote release
Tipod
Time

Step 1
Choose your location - pref with a constant light source and setup the camera with the remote release attached

Step 2
Set exposure and focus for the scene, focus somewhere in the middle - i focused on the right hand edge of my TFT. Disable Auto focus. I shot with a aperature of f10, giving me an exposure of 1sec @ ISO100..

Step 3
Set the camera to time delay shutter and press the shutter release and quickly get into position

Step 4
Repeat step 3 until you think you've nailed enough shots to get a good set up.
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Step 5
Open pics in Photoshop and drag them into the first pic, try and put them in an order so that the furthest pose away from the camera is first and then build upwards so the closest pose is at the top of the stack.

Using the lasso tool - freehand or polygon - select each pose and feather 5px then hit the layer mask button in the layers pallet.


repeat for each layer, some layers may be more complex than others to hide, so grab the brush tool and paint away unwanted areas


because you're setup on a tripod and unless you have a moving scene, for the most, the selection doesn't have to be all that great :)


and now you're all asking what's Layer 4! well i figured i'd cast a shadow on myself from behind looking over my shoulder, so i added a shadowed area over my ear and neck

and yes Goatee, i had to have the door open to shoot the scene..

For you all needing a tutorial like I did. Follow this one, I did. Was pretty nicely broken down.


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Jun 13, 2008 11:14 as a reply to  @ JBerlotti's post |  #42

Did this one here... I mounted my camera on a tripod and fired away, ran in and changed, fired away until I completed all my "characters" of myself...

IMAGE: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3056/2574936317_7a7957159a_o.jpg


To create the image, I started with the me sitting and then pasted the Johnny Cash-wanna-be of me (me in black) and then created a layer mask and "painted" myself sitting back into the image and then continued the same process adding myself around the table in all my various outfits....

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Jun 13, 2008 13:29 |  #43

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Here's my favorite of my son at around 3 months playing poker.


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Really love this one, I'll have try something like that. Great shot! ;)




  
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Jun 14, 2008 09:16 |  #44

Could someone pleasssseeeee explain how this is done

The best way is Layer Masks if you have them. Otherwise, take 2 shots using a tripod, put one in the layer above the other one, & erase the parts you want to show through.

https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=333930


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Jun 14, 2008 09:22 |  #45

PhotosGuy wrote in post #5720558 (external link)
The best way is Layer Masks if you have them. Otherwise, take 2 shots using a tripod, put one in the layer above the other one, & erase the parts you want to show through.

https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=333930

Agree... Layer Masks are the way to go because you can always "repaint over" any areas you screwed up... thats how I did the one above...


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