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Does anyone have any idea how this was done?

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Old 02-12-2009, 11:05 PM
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I have been asked to take some pics and have the final product like the 2 pics I attached. Has anyone done this before or have any idea how to do it so the clothes look like that they have an invisible person in it? I also heard that there is a software that you can use to give shape to the clothes. That you photograph the clothes with nobody in it and the software shapes it like there was someone in it. Has anyone heard about it?
Thank you very much.
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Old 02-13-2009, 01:40 AM
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Re: Does anyone have any idea how this was done?

Wearing Chromakey (Chroma key) Green Screen Body Suit with the advertised cloths over it. Then remove the green.

can also be purchased HERE.

They also look like 3D renderings...

Hope it helps,
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Old 02-13-2009, 02:29 AM
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Re: Does anyone have any idea how this was done?

I suppose, there is another way to get effect like this..

this is video tutorial, but translated in russian)
http://rapidshare.com/files/113797577/invisible_man.rar

Try to find, something like invisible man effect...
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Old 02-13-2009, 04:13 AM
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Re: Does anyone have any idea how this was done?

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Wearing Chromakey (Chroma key) Green Screen Body Suit with the advertised cloths over it. Then remove the green.

can also be purchased HERE.

They also look like 3D renderings...

Hope it helps,
-Keven
I wouldn't think that it is cromakey because you can see the inside of the clothes
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Old 02-13-2009, 06:21 AM
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Re: Does anyone have any idea how this was done?

Nor sure if this is any helpful, but have a look: http://www.worth1000.com/tutorial.asp?sid=161099
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Old 02-13-2009, 07:20 AM
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Re: Does anyone have any idea how this was done?

traditionally you will want to minimize any form of post production on product images since you usually end up doing hundreds of the little buggers.

So what you do is you use see-through plastic torsos and/or torsos cut up to only give volume where it's covered and you then see straight into the garment. That way you still might need to do some cleaning up, but a LOT less than if you had to remove a person in a green/blue-suit or such.
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Old 02-13-2009, 11:41 AM
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Re: Does anyone have any idea how this was done?

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I wouldn't think that it is cromakey because you can see the inside of the clothes
Id agree with you untill i saw HelloPiccadilly's suggested movie where a persons head was removed; then the back of a shite and jackey was created.

Its basicly the same process as the movew except the cromakey make for an easyer extraction.

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On a diffrent note, if you look at the body shape they are exactly the same. So this could be an outfit on an anvitar with the avitar being see through.

idea,
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Old 02-13-2009, 12:04 PM
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Re: Does anyone have any idea how this was done?

I decided that the jacket needed an undershirt so i combined them.

They match up nicely,
-Keven
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Old 02-13-2009, 12:34 PM
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Re: Does anyone have any idea how this was done?

I did this as a test for a sport goods manufacturer last year. The bulk of the work happens on the photo end. The shirt was photographed on a mannequin and this was 90% of the photo. The inside was photographed separately while an assistant held the shirt up and open so that the desired area was visible. Then I built the composite by using both/multiple shots and cloning/rebuilding any missing areas.

Overall it worked well and gave the desired affect. However, they make mannequins that are clear and I think this would have worked better. There would be glare to deal with, but the shape/form would be more natural and there would be less to build in post-processing.
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Old 02-13-2009, 12:45 PM
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Re: Does anyone have any idea how this was done?

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I did this as a test for a sport goods manufacturer last year. The bulk of the work happens on the photo end. The shirt was photographed on a mannequin and this was 90% of the photo. The inside was photographed separately while an assistant held the shirt up and open so that the desired area was visible. Then I built the composite by using both/multiple shots and cloning/rebuilding any missing areas.

Overall it worked well and gave the desired affect. However, they make mannequins that are clear and I think this would have worked better. There would be glare to deal with, but the shape/form would be more natural and there would be less to build in post-processing.
My first thought was using photoshop to do the inside. My only concern was having to do that for at least a hundred outfits or more. I heard that there was a software that if you would take a pic of the clothe the software would add shape to it. Have you heard about it?
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