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Old 09-14-2006, 09:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys, I don't post much anymore but once again I'm hoping to change that over the next while.
Here's a shot I did a while ago. It's a composite of two shots, I didn't like her upper body in the main shot so I swapped it out for the one from a different shot. Also, is the floating concept being "read" properly or what could I do to make it more convincing?
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I love the floating, but you are gonna hafta explain how you did it!

It's a really good image.
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Okay, I don't have the best of eyes anymore, but I don't see any indication of the merging. Nice work.

Visually, my first thought was "laying down on seamless", but when I scrolled down enough to notice the shadow, my mind flipped it into "floatting. Worked for me.
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I think it works. Nice work. best wishes, gus
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Thanks for the comments. I guess you could say this actually three images although only two came out of the camera. Here are the two shots I used.



The third shot I guess you could say is the background and shadow which was done all in Photoshop, not that there is really much there.

Here is a shot of the seamed area. You'll notice the transition from detailed fabric to non-detailed fabric is prety obvious. Sadly, the healing brush just doesn't handle this situation well at all. If anyone has any ideas, I'm open.



There was also a bit of a tummy tuck in there and rebuilding of the seams in the fabric but other wise it was just some color matching and photographic seam fitting. Sent the whole background to white and the faked the shadow on the ground.

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