Photoshopped S3 Pics

ChriS3

hud at ye bam
Well, since we have a forum for this stuff now, I thought I show some of the things I've done lately.

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Booth_S4

Riding on V8 power
nice mate! did you photshop the top pic or just changed the setting on your camera?
 

ChriS3

hud at ye bam
First two had the camera on the tripod, took loads of pictures of the same thing but used two flashes in different places. Did a screen overlay in photoshop and it all turns out pretty good.
 

batwad

Registered User
Loving the lighting in the second picture Chris. How did you get the under-car illumination in the first photo, was it backlit?
 

ChriS3

hud at ye bam
In one of the photo layers I had the flashes behind the car. That picture has 7 photos layered together, taken with the flashes pointing at different angles and bits of the car. As long as the camera stays in the same positions, ie on a tripod, you can layer the different flash angled shots on top of each other to make it look like there's a lot more light going on in there. Simple but pretty effective.
 

batwad

Registered User
Nice work. What kit are you using (body, lenses etc.?)
 

ChriS3

hud at ye bam
Top two were with the Nikon D100, Nikon 50mm lens (can't remember which one) and a selection of flashes. The others were on the Canon 30D with a Sigma 12-20mm lens.
 

Defratos

You’re Dethpicable!!
V.nice Chris, love the pics :beerchug:
 

SteveS

S6 avant
really nice pics, car looks gorgeous in that light.
 

steve1975l

Registered User
Nice set of photos Chris thanks for sharing.

In the first one did you use any diffusers on the flashes? Is that a flash sync mark by the front wheel?
 

nivagh

Registered User
Do you have to keep the exposure and aperture the same with multiple exposures?
 

AL_B

Registered User
superb pictures Chris, fantastic car too.
 

steve1975l

Registered User
nivagh said:
Do you have to keep the exposure and aperture the same with multiple exposures?

Manual shutter and apperture, shoot raw, manual focus, still conditions and a remote shutter release.
 

stoakseya4

Registered User
Very nice indeed.
Was looking to get some done of mine actually. WIll report later.

Anyone into photography living in the Kent area, gimme a PM...
 
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