Moving pictures


ahsim

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Anyone here has done this before? It's apparently possible with photoshop via layers and masks. With the convergence of photo and video functions in digital cameras, perhaps more people might want to explore this!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencet...s-develop-pictures-movement-stills-level.html

Looks exciting to me. Of course, like fisheyes and selective colouring, gotta find ways to avoid making it look cheesy ;p
 

SkyStrike

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Nov 29, 2010
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Anyone here has done this before? It's apparently possible with photoshop via layers and masks. With the convergence of photo and video functions in digital cameras, perhaps more people might want to explore this!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencet...s-develop-pictures-movement-stills-level.html

Looks exciting to me. Of course, like fisheyes and selective colouring, gotta find ways to avoid making it look cheesy ;p
I think someone brought this up a couple of weeks ago. If you like to spend 6hrs (IIRC 6hrs) to create each photo is worth it, please go ahead :)
 

Rashkae

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Nov 28, 2005
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Anyone here has done this before? It's apparently possible with photoshop via layers and masks. With the convergence of photo and video functions in digital cameras, perhaps more people might want to explore this!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencet...s-develop-pictures-movement-stills-level.html

Looks exciting to me. Of course, like fisheyes and selective colouring, gotta find ways to avoid making it look cheesy ;p
Already discussed to death about 1-2 months ago...
 

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