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Jun 12, 2014 22:29:54   #
Photofortytwo
 
Had some fun making these two today.





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Jun 13, 2014 05:30:23   #
braindamage
 
Those are awesome shots! Would love to know how you got the shots and your workflow so I could try it out on my grandkids.

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Jun 13, 2014 05:51:14   #
Bobbee
 
Photofortytwo wrote:
Had some fun making these two today.


Love these tricks when I see them.

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Jun 13, 2014 06:21:55   #
Photofortytwo
 
Its a simple enough process.
Set camera on tri pod, compose your shot. Use manual setting to hold the exposure once set. This is a shot composed from two images and the exposure being exactly the same on both shots is a big help.
Take a shot in aperture priority, then transfer the settings.
First shot, set the subject up on a ladder, a box what ever, pose and capture. Leave camera in exact same spot, remove ladder, box or anything else not desired in final image. Take another shot.
Put both images into layering program. I use perfect layers.
Remove the unwanted stuff. It's a fun process. But sitting cross legged on the top of a 13 ft step ladder taking a selfie, at my age. What ever you do be careful out there.

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Jun 13, 2014 06:25:33   #
Photofortytwo
 
Its a simple enough process.
Set camera on tri pod, compose your shot. Use manual setting to hold the exposure once set. This is a shot composed from two images and the exposure being exactly the same on both shots is a big help.
Take a shot in aperture priority, then transfer the settings.
First shot, set the subject up on a ladder, a box what ever, pose and capture. Leave camera in exact same spot, remove ladder, box or anything else not desired in final image. Take another shot.
Put both images into layering program. I use perfect layers.
Remove the unwanted stuff. It's a fun process. But sitting cross legged on the top of a 13 ft step ladder taking a selfie, at my age. What ever you do be careful out there.

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Jun 14, 2014 08:28:44   #
RedIris
 
Nice shot/s and great tutorial! Thanks.

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