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Phil on 'Stab in the Dark' (V4)

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'Phil on Boulder' Large On Black
Mattate' Boulder
Ryan Campgound
Joshua Tree National Park

Semmi, L. A. Garchi, testimony, and 29 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. Semmi 86 months ago | reply


    “Hi, you are invited to post this lovely work to “ Oneness – Labyrinth" where it will count as three trophies towards your winning total. It gave me feelings of Love Joy and Beauty and deserves a place in the Labyrinth."

  2. Erwin Barona 85 months ago | reply

    Whoa! Very creative and technically sound. Great job.

  3. MeFind 85 months ago | reply

    wow, great clone pic! : D

  4. Bobasonic 85 months ago | reply

    Ditto! I've been there! It was hot!

  5. testimony 84 months ago | reply

    like clockwork :)

  6. tlrtksftos 83 months ago | reply

    that is awsome, how did you do it?

    Congratulations, you are the latest winner in the NEVER-ENDING Photo Contest at Global Village 2 (post 1 - give a globe to 5)

  7. Enlightened Fellow 83 months ago | reply

    Pretty simple once you get the technique. You put a camera on a tripod, framing the scene you know the action will be in. Then you take a shot with nobody in it, just of the scene as a template to layer things onto later. Then you shoot a bunch of shots with the subject in the scene.

    Once you have those, you open them all up in photoshop and layer them together using masks to include only the subject and accompanying shadows in the final version.

    There was actually another guy on the ground in several of the shots, who was spotting Phil as he climbed, in case he fell. I just left him out of the final product.

  8. Laurent Filoche 83 months ago | reply

    Perfect for this boulder ! Well done !

  9. caljuggler 80 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Extreme California, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

  10. gregpphoto 79 months ago | reply

    awesome. i love combined sequences like that.

  11. Harry Luffa [deleted] 62 months ago | reply

    Cool--and thanks for the how-to.

  12. pascalbovet.com 50 months ago | reply

    Great sequenze..

    http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/25-beautiful-examples-of-action-sequence-photography/ (?)

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