Using multiple exposures to remove subjects from an image


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Using multiple exposures to remove subjects from an image

Sometimes you'll find that it's easier to clean up an image by blending two exposures rather than by working directy within a single photo. And that's certainly the case with this particular photographic subject. I found this really cool staircase going up the side of a cliff wall. The problem is that at any given time there were people on that staircase. And so I knew it was going to be virtually impossible to capture a single image with no people in it. However, I also knew that if I captured two images, then in each frame I would have people in different locations.

So that hopefully I could blend the two images together and end up with a single image with no people in it. To get started I'll select both images in Bridge. I've clicked on the first image and now I'll Shift click on the second image. And then from the menu in Bridge I'll choose tools, Photoshop, and then Load Files into Photoshop Layers. This will cause both of these images to be...

Using multiple exposures to remove subjects from an image
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Using multiple exposures to remove subjects from an image provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CS6 Image Cleanup Workshop

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