Combining Images

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  1. Mr.Macdonald

    Mr.Macdonald TPF Noob!

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    I am rather new to a darkroom experience, and am looking to merge two negatives in a particular way.

    I have one negative of a guy doing a jumping kick and another of a girl flipping her hair both in front of a brick wall. You probably guessed that I want the picture to come out of him kicking her.

    I tried double exposing the photo paper. but the brick wall ends up overlaying the girl and kicker. so I tried to dodge the excess brick off, which fixed it to a degree.

    Are their any magic trick that could help me? I am just trying to learn here.

    Thank you
     
  2. David Hicks

    David Hicks TPF Noob!

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    Next time have the guy actually kick her.

    Alternatively, expose the guy half of the paper once, and the girl half of the paper once, youve got to make a really acurate mask and make sure to get the bricks to line up.

    third option: scan your negatives and get friendly with photoshop

    final option: ask someone that knows more about it than me.
     

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