Creating tiny worlds: Post-processing techniques


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Creating tiny worlds: Post-processing techniques

In the previous movie of this installment of the practicing photographer, you saw me shoot a picture of Greg standing on a bunch of tires in the middle of nowhere in an empty dry lake bed. And I showed you that I was going to warp that into this little planet with Greg poking up off of it. What we're going to do now is take those images that I shot and do the actual warping so you can see what the post production process is. I'm here in Bridge and I've gone through the images that I shot. I've already picked out the three that I want and they were actually the very first three that I shot.

So I've got this image, this image and this image. So, straight across panorama. I can tell already, as I thumb through these, that. My horizon line here is not staying consistent, so, that's going to mean some extra cropping and things like that. But, still, I think I'm pretty good. I'm just going to select those images, and go up to the Tools menu, choose Photoshop and Photo Merge. And ...

Creating tiny worlds: Post-processing techniques
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