Discussion in 'Digital Discussion & Q&A' started by Dean_Gretsch, Apr 8, 2019.
Do many people do this or use the real ones instead, and why? Pros, cons?
Just my personal feeling but to me they generally make the image look flat, as in lacking depth. To many photographers cut, paste and call it done. A good digital artist will work the background (sometimes using multiple images) and the subject together, to establish perspective and size relationships. I lean toward the theatrical set design as a preferred method, because it's easier for me to visualize 3d objects.
Thanks! I just learned how easy they are to make, and hoped there were some pluses for them.
There ARE some plusses for them!
There are, just depends on the image, the background, and tbe person doing the editing.
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