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can any one help me with making a sequence shot. how do you do it?
i think theres an article on it, im actually going to check now
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what i do is on photoshop use extract and extract whoever im doing the sequence on and then paste it on the backround, dunno if that helps. message me if you want real help
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use photoshop....thats as far as i know. i know its crazy hard if u dont know what ur doing
Yea it's really hard, Mucho tiempo and patience, i posted a little one... basically my camera takes X shots per second, then i edit them together
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yeah you can use photoshop. um make sure your camera is set so it take so may shots in a sec. other wise you will just have one shot... read the manual
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or you can film something with a video camera then take out the images you want and put them into a program that looks for similarities between the shots and matches the images together. it takes prob 2 mins you just need the software.
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Use a video camera from a still position, then you can just copy and paste the pictures together.
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Adobe Photoshop. It's a pain, but do it the right way. You have to take one entire image, usually the first or last. Then you go to the other pictures and cut out the skier with the best precision you can. You need a steady hand on the mouse. Then import that to the original pic, and turn the opacity down. When you get it aligned with everything else, (which sometimes takes forever because one pic might have been at a slightly different angle) and set in the right spot, turn the opacity back to show the skier and not what's behind them. Then do that for each pic you want. It also really helps to use a tripod and dont move the camera when you first star doing them, because then you dont have to worry about different angles. And please dont do it the lazy way, where you can tell where each pic was taken. Make it look like there was one frame used. Good luck bro. I'd upload some of mine, but they're to big to fit on NS and they suck when they're compressed.
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