Skateboarding Merged Pics...

11 years 2 months ago #113332 by Joiemagic
Took Mercuri's idea of masking sequential shots... Here is my attempt. (Have done similar stuff in the past, including using one as my Sports Shots Business Card...) Let me know what you think...



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11 years 2 months ago #113377 by Stealthy Ninja
Shame it's so soft.

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11 years 2 months ago #113412 by eryck
where can I learn more about Murcuri Mask technique?

the photo looks ok to me although im no expert I might prefer to see the subjects face, but i understand probly minor in public would be difficult to get a release form .

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11 years 2 months ago #113414 by Stealthy Ninja
I forgot to say (and eryck reminded me) pictures like this traditionally are from the side or an angle that will show the complete progression of the trick. People use to do it at night by running a strobe on the subject. You can do that during the day too by underexposing... but your light/strobe needs to overpower the natural light to make it look dark (so you don't see ghosts).

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11 years 2 months ago #113516 by Lucky One
I like this photo, it is a bit soft as mentioned, and the angle from the side would be more desirable. However will say it's still a cool shot :beerbang:


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11 years 2 months ago - 11 years 2 months ago #113627 by Mercuri
Hey all

Its a good start to the technique but Lucky one has it right you should get the whole ramp up to the jump and landing to get the full effect. He emailed me and said that he used my shot as reference so here it is again for reference

www.photographytalk.com/photo-galleries/...c=viewphoto&id=56299

www.photographytalk.com/photo-galleries/...c=viewphoto&id=56301

thanks :lol:


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11 years 2 months ago #113724 by Joiemagic

Mercuri wrote: Hey all

Its a good start to the technique but Lucky one has it right you should get the whole ramp up to the jump and landing to get the full effect. He emailed me and said that he used my shot as reference so here it is again for reference

www.photographytalk.com/photo-galleries/...c=viewphoto&id=56299

www.photographytalk.com/photo-galleries/...c=viewphoto&id=56301

thanks :lol:


These pictures were taken about 5 years ago with no thought about doing something like this.... when I found them on my computer, I thought, why not try it out. I have another with my son that should come out better, but again thety were taken a the same time... Future shots, I will take all your suggestions into account... Thanks all for the comments...

Joie Fadde
Fadde Photography / Sports Shots, Etc.
"Capturing the Timeless Moments of Life"

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www.flickr.com/photos/faddephotography/

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11 years 2 months ago #114601 by Stealthy Ninja

Mercuri wrote: Hey all

Its a good start to the technique but Lucky one has it right you should get the whole ramp up to the jump and landing to get the full effect. He emailed me and said that he used my shot as reference so here it is again for reference

www.photographytalk.com/photo-galleries/...c=viewphoto&id=56299

www.photographytalk.com/photo-galleries/...c=viewphoto&id=56301

thanks :lol:


Yeh those are pretty nice man.

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