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04/21/2008 08:38:43 PM · #26
Thanks, I will try my best with my camera.

Thank you,
Gaurav Dhwaj Khadka
04/21/2008 08:54:26 PM · #27
that was for sure a long exposure with a box or chair cloned out. The shadow is burned in, and you can see the clone marks. But it is still an awesome photo. I like it!
04/21/2008 11:40:04 PM · #28
Originally posted by levyj413:

Originally posted by Jason_Cross:

I can't double expose. I can only shoot a long shutter and manipulate the light that way.


Jason, that's what we've all been saying: do a long exposure and cover the lens.


OH! Now I got ya. I am sort of slow if you didn't know...lol I am going to try this with a shoot I have set up for June. Should be fun.
04/22/2008 12:39:03 AM · #29
nah, no doubble exposure, i see a longer capture cause of the poor lighting, she is wearing a long dress, one that covers the stool she is standing on. she is placed further back in the photo, and a shadow is burned in on the forground to give the appearence that she is floating, if you look close, you can see the stool pegs at the end of her dress. ill see if i can get a tutorial on this one put up, give me a cupple days.

Message edited by author 2008-04-22 00:41:25.
04/22/2008 02:58:46 AM · #30
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04/26/2008 01:06:14 AM · #31
Originally posted by Jimbo_for_life:

nah, no doubble exposure, i see a longer capture cause of the poor lighting, she is wearing a long dress, one that covers the stool she is standing on. she is placed further back in the photo, and a shadow is burned in on the forground to give the appearence that she is floating, if you look close, you can see the stool pegs at the end of her dress. ill see if i can get a tutorial on this one put up, give me a cupple days.


That would be cool. I would like to do something like this without a bunch of photoshop. I can put a man on the moon in photoshop, but I would like to do some things the natural way.
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I can do stuff like this in PS all day long.

Message edited by author 2008-04-26 01:06:41.
04/26/2008 04:15:08 AM · #32
Could be an overlay with the shadow painted in later. Very clever pic.
04/26/2008 07:02:34 AM · #33
She levitated, doh!

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