Trying to identify a photography method? (Like a sequence of pics in one shot)

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  1. feRRari4756

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    There are tons of complicated ways people do this, my easy way is:

    Open up every frame in PS/Gimp

    Open the second frame, copy the dude, paste it into the first first

    open the third frame, copy the dude, paste into first frame

    Open fourth frame, copy the dude, paste into first frame

    And so on and so forth

    Easy as copy and paste.
     
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    I'm sure there are easier ways someone can come up with. I've wanted to know how to do this also. BTW...you're probably gunna get s**t on for posting a pic instead of a link to the picture (even though we all know it's not yours...)
     
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    I just overlay each in ps, erase to reveal....boom.
     
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    ^^^+1 Thats probably the easiest method.
     
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    sorry guys thanks for reminding me about the link. and i think the overlay each frame and then erase does sound the easiet. im a little confused about waht you exactly mean though. you mean to layer all the layers in photoshop, and then what do i erase?
     
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    I can't see the pic :O It says the bandwidth is exceeded. If you get up a working one (maybe it's just me), I could put in my 2c
     
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    Its the same method as how I did this demonstration picture.

    [​IMG]

    Personally I prefer to use layer masks rather than erase when there are only a few stacked images because its non-distructive. Erasing, though, does produce smaller files and less load on system memory while editing.
     
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    I open all the images... Then as stated before, I copy all the photos into one file. Then start on the upper-most layer and start erasing everything but the consistent subject. Go to the next layer and work your way down.

    Here's a sample:

    [​IMG]
     
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    thanks now i understand how to do it!

    And this has to be done with a tripod right? is there a way this can be done without one and still have the pics line up exactly?
     
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    Not unless you've got a VERY steady hand :)
     
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    I've done both. Tripod and not. The skateboarder above was without. I didn't plan on doing these when I went to the demonstration so I didn't have it with me.

    Like the poster above said, you can do it.... with a steady hand!
     

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