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June 8, 2013
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..:: http://www.brunogallant.info :: Nulla dies sine pictura ::..

June 9, 2013
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Very cool shot… did you put two shots together in photoshop?

June 9, 2013
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mscharff said
Very cool shot… did you put two shots together in photoshop?

Yep.  For added points, locate which part belongs to the other image.  😉

..:: http://www.brunogallant.info :: Nulla dies sine pictura ::..

June 10, 2013
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Well… they eyes are what let me know it was two shots, so I’ll go with that.  I really like the shot!

June 10, 2013
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The whole of this picture is one photo, except for the eyes in the mirror image, on the left eye.

I asked the model to move only the eyes.  The two shots were hand-held, I braced myself on the floor and wall, and they had only a slight variation of position that was easily compensated for in photoshop.

I am pretty happy with the result.

..:: http://www.brunogallant.info :: Nulla dies sine pictura ::..

June 10, 2013
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That is an incredible result. The clarity, depth of colour

and overall feeling of this image is really good!

Like it a lot.

Dale.

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