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How to do this? (triplets)
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May 29, 2013
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Hi,

 

Im new in photoshop and lightroom..

I really like this effect could you teach me or tutor me on how to do this effect..

 

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Thank you..

Thank you.

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May 30, 2013
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I’m just a novice with Photoshop, but cutting using the quick section tool and copying it to another image is pretty easy… there are tons of videos on how to do this on youtube… the hair is the toughest thing – good news is there are a large number of videos on how to do this as well.  You should be able to easily do this after watching one of these videos.

 

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May 30, 2013
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Thank you mscharff..

What is the easiest way to do it amongst the videos in youtube…

Sorry if im that lazy.. actually I watch several of them and its hard for me… I try the magic wand/etc..

Hehe…

Thank you.

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May 31, 2013
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I’ve liked the Gavin Hoey videos… I’ve been able to follow them and learn a lot…  I’ve had photoshop for about 6 months now and have been able to produce some very cool images…

http://www.youtube.com/user/Ph…..ture=watch  

 

June 3, 2013
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Thank you for the link.. I’ll watch the tutorials…

Thanks again..

Thank you.

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July 15, 2013
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To recreate a picture you have posted, you don’t need to cut anything out.

You need a tripod and remote shutter release, you can also use build in timer or just ask some one to press shutter for you.

 

1. Set your camera on the tripod, compose and focus manually (it is best to use wider zooms for this and smaller apertures to have larger depth of field). To help you focus ask someone to stand in front of the camera or use a camera bag or anything you can put on the spot where you will be standing. Take a plate shot (just a photo of the environment) make sure it is exposed properly and everything look good.

2. Put your subject in front of the camera (or if you are the subject stand in front of the camera) and take a shot. Then move and take another shot (repeat as much as you want). When just learning I would try two or three shots for start.

3. Open up photoshop and load all the images as layers. Put a layer mask on each layer and paint with black to erase where you want a subject to reveal if you mess up use white to bring it back. Because the camera was on the tripod the background didn’t move so there is no need for an accurate selection.

This type of photography is used a lot to stop a very fast moving subject and still show that it is moving (snowboarding, skiing, and other)

I tried this on my daughter going down the slide on the play ground. 

If your camera has a continues fast shutter release future you can do it hand held then just use aline layers future in photoshop to correct slight movement.

Hope it helps.

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July 25, 2013
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Vitfoto method is al lot easier allright.I prefer his method (If u happen to have a tripod that is).But u can do it by extracting n merge method as well….

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