Two photos, two different places made into one new photo.

Discussion in 'Photoshop Challenges' started by jenrettl1, Sep 21, 2012.

  1. Buckster

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    Don't start. Yes, it really is both photography and compositing.


     
  2. Majeed Badizadegan

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    Don't start what? My response was warranted and based on:

    It is not just photography. What she's done here is both photography and creation of a composite image in software. I'm suggesting she ditch the pixel-level editing and work on the photography aspect.
     
  3. Buckster

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    Don't start another typical TPF argument by trying to tell people what IS photography and what ISN'T photography with subjective opinions disguised as objective statements like this:

    Who are you to claim this? Who made you the authority on what IS and what IS NOT photography?
     
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    I'm not going to argue for the sake of arguing.
     
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    I think it's more of a photo illustration.
     
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    Yes the image has issues but with the issues being addressed the photo can be fixed and look believable. Soften the family image, warm the family image some and change the lighting to look more natural......then combine the images and flatten and touch up. With a little work it will look more natural.
     
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    It doesn't flow from the Bodies to the edge of the wagon... Try using a spring to break that harsh edge up but zoom in to do it so your just breaking up that fine line of the merge!!!
     
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    That's not going to be much of a help the biggest issue is that the lighting on the two images is completely different.
     

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