Multiple Exposures

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  1. Yahoozy

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    anyone got C/C for these?
    multiple exposures i shot with a Canon Powershot A630 and edited in Photoshop in about 20 minutes a piece

    1. yah, the skys blown out and theres a lot of noise but i just wanted to do one i was bored
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    2. This one's my pride and joy =D
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    The second one is nice....
     
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    hahah thanks dude =P
     
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    Haha... whoa, thats cool. How did you do that? The second one is the best ofc :)
     
  5. Yahoozy

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    its actually pretty easy
    all you do is get the camera on a tripod, put it in Manual mode, then take all the shots u want without the backround changing
    then u just push em all together in Photoshop
    again, it takes like 20 minutes if u want it to look really good
     
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    hah both are cool but the quality of the first is terrible :p
    i'm gonna try this
     
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    I have been wanting to do this for awhile now but I can not find a tutorial to do this...can you tell me how you did this or is there a site I can look at...2 is really good
     
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    Hmm okay I understood everything until photoshop. How do you just push em all together? I mean, do you paste one photo onto another and erase the parts that are covering the first layer, or?
     
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    The first one seems a bit grainy, however the second one seems good. Great work!
     
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    looks familiar
     
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    thats exactly what you do
    just find the pic that is the furthest back and that becomes your backround
    then pull up each individual picture at a time and lasso the object then copy and paste it into the backround layer
    move it until its in the right spot and erase any backround overlapping other subjects
    its really not that complicated, i just thought of it one day when i was daydreaming in class hahah
     
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    Haha... I'm gonna try it one day :) Sounds like fun lol.
     

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