need help with Duplicating someone in a picture

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need help with Duplicating someone in a picture

Postby wa34aw on 07/24/2013, 9:01 am

Hey,
I wanna make a picture in which the person is duplicated, exactly as in the files i've attached...
however i've seen the shooting of both and they were not using green screens for this at all..
can someone please help me achieve this...
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Aurangzeb_1.jpg
snapshot20100402225648.jpg
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Re: need help with Duplicating someone in a picture

Postby Michael_Szalapski on 07/24/2013, 10:46 am

Two different pictures and then mask the person out using any of your favorite techniques.

You can use a layer mask and simply paint it.

You could use the quick selection tool and then refine mask if needed on certain areas.

There are so many ways to do this, it's crazy.
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Re: need help with Duplicating someone in a picture

Postby wa34aw on 07/24/2013, 10:56 am

thanks Michael but please can you show me how to do this too, like a tutorial or something..
I'll be grateful to you
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Re: need help with Duplicating someone in a picture

Postby Faust on 07/24/2013, 12:15 pm

Wa34aw, take a look at the time freeze tutorial on this site. It should help to understand how this works.

http://www.videocopilot.net/tutorial/time_freeze/
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Re: need help with Duplicating someone in a picture

Postby igotcarded on 07/26/2013, 2:00 pm

Hey now,

Here's a video on the concepts behind masking:

http://av.adobe.com/russellbrown/DangerousMask_SM.mov

If you're shooting the picture, shoot the character furthest back with the normal background, then shoot the foreground characters (in the positions you want) with white card behind them (or light card...whatever doesn't screw with the continuity of lighting.)
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