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Official Automotive Rigs - DIY Thread

 
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Apr 03, 2013 23:44 |  #8986

My first test with my rig v2, I'm using square tubing for more resistance but looks like I should have go with 2'' instead of 1''... This one is 2.5s exposure, can't go higher then that.... I'll do more try with a wire system to remove some movement.

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Apr 04, 2013 08:25 |  #8987

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I had no idea such thing existed, link?

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Apr 04, 2013 20:24 |  #8988

How would you guys go about editing this out? I am completely stumped =/


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Apr 05, 2013 02:05 |  #8989

Keedo wrote in post #15791822 (external link)
How would you guys go about editing this out? I am completely stumped =/

I would be using masks to draw/paint that section in


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Apr 05, 2013 07:50 |  #8990

I would've used a stationary picture and just edited that piece in. Less work :D




  
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Apr 05, 2013 08:39 |  #8991

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Apr 05, 2013 08:56 |  #8992

you couldn't quote it?

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There's an element of black magic with this stuff. Sometimes I get better results using the old clone tool at 5% & sneaking up on the result I want. Did you know that it has different modes, just as the layers have Blend Modes?
Selecting areas in PS.

Some of the "Clone" Tools work better than others for different parts of the image. Where there is a sharp border between colors, on something like a door seam, I've found that it's easier to select an area & clone within it to keep the colors from mixing.

For a tree, rig, or or something else with a hard edge, you'll probably get some color bleed at the edge. Try selecting the body, inverting that selection, & then cloning the object out.

Or for reflections within the body near a door seam, select the door seam, invert that selection, & clone outside of the seam.

Sometimes you want to use the Patch Tool, but the area you want to remove is just too large. Try isolating part of the object, & then use the Patch Tool on one section at a time.
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Apr 05, 2013 09:04 |  #8993

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Apr 05, 2013 09:31 |  #8994

Must have some really strong suction cups. ;)


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Apr 05, 2013 13:47 |  #8995

Question for all those who did rig shots on vinyl wraped cars.any issues any advice?body is fully wraped simething like focus rs500 but its focus rs mk1.


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Apr 05, 2013 14:11 |  #8996

Stick to the glass to be safe...but I've read others have successfully rigged the wrapped surface too. I'd play it safe




  
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Apr 05, 2013 15:13 |  #8997

Don't put suction on vinyl/wrapped ever. It will deform and create air pockets after. The stronger you apply the pressure for the suction, the worst it is. Stick to glass or other non wrapped panels only.




  
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Apr 05, 2013 15:39 |  #8998

Whole car is wraped so i dont have any chance to put cups anywhere else..just glass. ok thanks for reply guys.


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Apr 05, 2013 16:06 |  #8999

Keedo wrote in post #15791822 (external link)
How would you guys go about editing this out? I am completely stumped =/

You have enough around the suction cup to clone the area in. When i do rig shots, I clone the areas around the suction cup and blend everything together.


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Apr 05, 2013 18:04 |  #9000

f/14, 0.8s, with ND8


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