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Feb 11, 2008 13:23 |  #1

I want to try out the method of having the subject move (appear) outside the image.
Duh, I have no idea what it's called.
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Feb 11, 2008 17:34 |  #2

A clearer question might help? If the subject appears outside the image, it isn't in the image, is it? :D Maybe you mean dragging the shutter with a strobe?


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Feb 11, 2008 17:36 |  #3

I think you might be referring to what is called "out of bounds" where part of the image seems to outside of the normal part of the image. There are alot of tutorials that can be found by Googling "Photoshop out of bounds effect". Here is (external link) one such tutorial.


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Feb 11, 2008 19:47 |  #4

That's what I was looking for ssim.
I didn't know what it was called, and it's kinda hard to describe.
Thanks for the help.
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