Multi Exposure Through Photoshop



Multiexposure is one way of combining multiple frames through photos directly through the camera. Photos will be unique because the result is a combination of different objects in a single frame. However, not all cameras can be used to make a picture like this. If you do not have a DSLR camera,, so combine it through photoshop. Guaranteed, the result will not be less good with the results incorporated in the camera. Even easier way. But to make photos like the example above, you have to use certain techniques in order to obtain a continuous moving objects.

Just wear Continuos shooting features that exist in a lot of cameras – from compact to DSLR camera – to record movement. After getting a series of photographs, direct transfer of PC and open it all in photoshop. Then, follow these steps:

  • Prepare a series of images of moving objects in the working area in photoshop. Open the photo is the first order of a series of pictures you make.
  • Enter the second photo from the photo by clicking filr> place>. Find and click the second photo. Next, click the place to enter the picture.
  • Press the enter key. Next, change the blending mode (drop down menu above the normal reading flannel layer) into a new layer (multiplay) so transparent.
  • Adjust the layer stack of the first image that overlaps with both accurate and precise. You can shift the position of the second layer (move tool).
  • Return the position of the blending mode to position (normal). Furthermore, make a layer mask to the second layer by clicking Layer> layermask > reveal all.
  • New box will appear next to the second layer is white. Then click the box. Choose black and white to color in the toolbox box.
  • Click brushtool or press (B). Now wipe the area where the object is in the first photo. Apply carefully to fit and does not change the object in the second layer.
  • To enlarge the brush, tap on the keyboard tombola tau. In case of changes in the second layer objects, correct by pressing (X) and then come up again before the defective part.
  • To bring the object back in the first layer, press the (X) and finish so that all objects reappear. Note also the concept of accumulation of objects.
  • Perform steps 2 through 9 for the next sequence of photos. Put a new photo on the previous layer. If it all, combine all the layers by clicking on the (layer)> flatten image and end with storing photos.

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One Response to Multi Exposure Through Photoshop

  1. deri says:

    i like this post

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