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Le portrait. Nature et couleur. Untitled. Freezing Time and Space Using a Bullet-Time Rig of 100 Digital Cameras. Last week we shared a guest post by photographer Martin Legeer on how he built a Matrix-style bullet-time camera rig using 50 Canon DSLRs.

Freezing Time and Space Using a Bullet-Time Rig of 100 Digital Cameras

Shortly afterward, Greek photographer Theodoros Tziatzios of Real Creations sent an email telling us about his own camera rig projects, which use double the number of cameras. That’s right: a camera rig with 100 cameras for extremely smooth 360-degree views of subjects that freeze time and space. Earlier this year, Tziatzios and photographer George Hatzakis built one of the rigs for a 360° Timefreeze Project at the Olympic Athletic Center of Athens. Comment réaliser une vidéo en Time-Lapse – Tutoriel.

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Blog - Antoine Guilbert. Digital Timelapse Discussion - Index page. Matériel. Creabar Montage Photo trucage Photo Retouche Photo Avant Après Photo. Multiple Exposure Tutorial. May 28, 2007 \ Design, Photoshop, Tutorials \ 49 Responses This tutorial is long overdue, and I'm horribly sorry about that!

Multiple Exposure Tutorial

Well this tutorial is made for people who are interested in making similar photos found in this post (Multiple Exposure's Beauty). This tutorial is not limited to Adobe Photoshop CS2 and above – just make sure that your version of Adobe Photoshop allows you to change the Blending Options to "Screen" as well as allows you to alter the exposure of your photos (under Image > Adjustments). This tutorial will be separated into 3 parts due to the slightly different skills used, but the concept behind it remains the same. Like what I've mentioned above, creating images of multiple exposure requires 2 main functions – altering the images' exposures and changing their blending options. TimeScapes: Rapture.

HDR. Mark S. Johnson Photography » Blog Archive » Photoshop Workbench 262: Simulating the Toy Model Look. Using a little Gaussian Blur trickery, it’s possible to transform a photograph of a real scene into one that looks more like a toy model.

Mark S. Johnson Photography » Blog Archive » Photoshop Workbench 262: Simulating the Toy Model Look

Due to a model’s relatively small size and close proximity of the camera, toy model photographs almost always feature shallow depth of field. Since toy models are often made of plastic or shiny metal, photographs of them usually exhibit strong contrast and saturation. Before attempting this technique, capture an image from a high vantage point that is far from the subject. To aid with pre-visualization, imagine how a toy train set would appear if you positioned your camera above it. Ebook – Mercredi Pratique. Utopia Photography Switzerland - Utopia Fotografie Schweiz. Enchères eBay + Magasins on-line - Nikon 200mm F/2. Photography Forums. Garden Gnome Software. S Best Photos of terragen. Flickr Hive Mind is a search engine as well as an experiment in the power of Folksonomies.

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