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First rig shots

steve1975l Jun 2, 2007

  1. steve1975l

    steve1975l Member

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    Here is my first attemt at a rig shot. Can't do much PS at home as laptop is too slow to run CS2.

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  2. dog fart

    dog fart Official VAG Whore

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    looks good fell, top work.
     
  3. batwad

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    Is that car stationary? Not sure I like the fake motion blur, but the aspect is interesting; these sorts of shots are usually taken from a lower angle. What's causing the vignetting?
     
  4. steve1975l

    steve1975l Member

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    Took a stationary shot and then a moving shot and combined them hence reflections. Was on my own so had to drive hence combining images because of camera shake. I didn't try a further away and lower shot as I ran out of time. f22 to blame.
     
  5. nivagh

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    Have you got a pic of the rig you have built? Presume that's it behind the wheel?
     
  6. steve1975l

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    Simply a pole with a couple of magnets and an elbow joint. A manfrotto arm, adaptor plate and clamp to attach camera to pole.

    Still working on examples pics taken from this site automotiverigs.com on how to clone out rig.
     
  7. nivagh

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    You'd have to trust the rig before fastening your pride and joy onto what looks like chopped up bits of scaffolding pole!
    I managed to get rid of the rig, more or less, doing a quick and dirty in CS2 - polygon around the rig then motion blur and adjust the levels to match in.[​IMG]
     
  8. steve1975l

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    Thats why I haven't taken any more...need a voltunteer to push. Hopefully will take some more on Saturday.

    Wow nice PS. I have tried various tools and you can always see where I have been. Any chance of mailing the *.psd file so I can see exactly how you did it.
     

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