Thanks for comments. Amazingly easy to do with photoshop, Noddy. There are obviously two photos. Just make sure that, apart from the pose, they are as near identical as possible. So a manual camera setting and dont change it for the two pics. And of course use a tripod, making sure the camera position doesn't change. Then its simply a matter of loading the two photos in as layers in PS and carefully erasing the area on the top image to reveal the area of the image underneath. If you do have problem areas that have different exposures you can fix them with the patch tool. If you dont have PS you might be interested in a free program that can be downloaded. Its called "GIMPSHOP",and has lots of the PS tools. (GIMP stands for graphic image manipulation program - its written by nice people that think software should be free). Just do a search to find a download site.
#4 Sun October 9, 2005 10:09am
Good idea, and works well. However a little too much white surrounding the frame takes the edge off.