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  • petersweden
    Perspective and size of model in composite
    by petersweden

    I have made a rough cut out of my model and made a quick shadow and colour matching. I am struggling on how large I should make her in the composite. Can you help me find a good size of the model and explain how I should think in order to get a realistic size of the model in the composite?...
    05-09-2016, 01:03 PM
  • petersweden
    How to correctly size a person in a composite
    by petersweden

    Do you have any advice for correctly sizing a person placed in a composite? Imagine someone composited onto a bridge. How do I know how big they should be (if I didnt photograph a stand-in at the time of the shoot if the bridge)?


    06-30-2015, 11:50 PM
  • petersweden
    Draft composite - what would you do
    by petersweden

    I want to create a composite where my model seems to be hanging from the ledge of a cliff. I have done a very rough draft of the composite just to see if it is worth spending a few hours doing a real composite.

    What is your opinion? I am also not sure how to determine her...
    08-29-2016, 01:56 PM
  • harryduns
    Preparation for an ambitious composite shoot!
    by harryduns
    I have been asked by a friend to do a series of 4 seasonally-themed shots for a cycle shop. The idea is to put together four 'story' images of things happening - rough example might be a guy riding through the shop with people jumping out of his way.

    This clearly calls for some compositing...
    11-10-2011, 05:23 AM
  • ogee
    How to reduce an image size
    by ogee
    I have downloaded a large number of professionally scanned pages from old newspapers and the files are huge (5MB+)...I would like to share a large number of them but want to lessen the file size as well as highlight passages on each page without increasing the file size. I also want to be able to print...
    11-21-2013, 11:34 AM