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07/09/2005 04:20:46 PM · #1
This is the first image I've done like this so how did I do I'll try to repay any comments you give me thanks
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07/09/2005 04:24:42 PM · #2
Good shot. I left you a comment.
07/09/2005 04:25:29 PM · #3
Originally posted by tcrock41:

Good shot. I left you a comment.


ditto
07/09/2005 04:25:50 PM · #4
Nice image.
Don't know if you used the eraser or layer masks to make the composite... I vote masks. It is just as easy and adjustable later.
07/09/2005 04:25:54 PM · #5
Originally posted by traquino98:

Originally posted by tcrock41:

Good shot. I left you a comment.


ditto


ditto, ditto
07/09/2005 04:33:41 PM · #6
I actually stiched these ones together, but kept the photos on difrent layers then went in and erased the spots where I needed to. I then used the clone stamp tool to fill in where the photos ended on the bottom left and top right corners. touched up a litle but left it kinda ruff all the time I had thanks for the comments.
07/09/2005 04:50:31 PM · #7
Does anybody else have similar shots they can share?
07/09/2005 05:11:44 PM · #8
Not an action shot. But, I used the same technique to create it.
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07/09/2005 05:18:17 PM · #9
How would i go about doing this with masking?

EDIT: Ah. Nevermind. One of those days..

2nd EDIT: Btw, if you have a decent camera and have trouble fixing the exposures between the images in sequences. Turn on the exposure/focus lock. You all probably know this already, but whatever.

Message edited by author 2005-07-09 17:23:23.
07/09/2005 05:19:35 PM · #10
Haha - kinda cool.. usually magazines have the sequence shots of the guys pulling off awesome tricks flawlessly.. it's nice to see what really happens sometime of the time.
07/12/2005 08:00:41 AM · #11
Thats so cool!! I have some motocross photos like that but I don't know how to put them on one photo. I have Emements3, how do I do that???
07/12/2005 09:00:28 AM · #12
Originally posted by liv4him330:

Does anybody else have similar shots they can share?


Here is one I did... a couple variations of it:
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07/12/2005 09:07:22 AM · #13
Originally posted by lonewolf:

Thats so cool!! I have some motocross photos like that but I don't know how to put them on one photo. I have Emements3, how do I do that???


I'm not sure what elements 3 looks like but I just looked at a copy of elements 2 and it doesnt look like you have layer masks(which would be the ideal option). Your best bet would be to have a base image and then add the other photos as layers and erase everything you dont want from the added layers. Or, use the laso tool and select only the parts you want from the individual photos and add them to the base image.

Hope that made sense.
07/12/2005 09:10:56 AM · #14
these are NOT mine, they are jon's, and they are FAB!!
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nice work on yours, liv4!
07/12/2005 09:16:13 AM · #15
xcharrier, that does make sence to me. I will have to give it a shot. Thank you for your help.
07/12/2005 09:36:32 AM · #16
Originally posted by lonewolf:

xcharrier, that does make sence to me. I will have to give it a shot. Thank you for your help.


Glad I could help ;)
07/12/2005 10:06:02 AM · #17
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