Yes it would work. If your camera has pretty high quality image it also helps an awful lot.ontario_bike said:ok thanks snaky. im not sure if my video cam can take a bunch of pics at once, but could i just take video and then take pics (in some program like movie maker u can pause the vid and take pics where wanted) and thennn overlap them? that sounds likei t would work, right?
ah that was so long ago what 4 months? times have changed richhy rich, when we gonna ride again, head on down this way and ill show you around and you can take pictures of meEast Bay Rich said:If you pan and shoot, there will be distortion. Meaning, if you stand in one place and rotate, the pics will look like this:
(that's f0ggy, btw)
The Cannon powershot I use came with software that actually distorts the image for you:
That one was super-easy.^
(that's timmeat, btw)
Eitherway, try cropping the photo sequence when you're done, and yes, Photoshop is the bestest program to work with.
If I had a few pictures to work with I'd probably be able to do it. But nobody has a camera that takes pictures fast enough. My only hope would be my friend's video camera(it shoots frickin' well).boyfromthelak said:yeah i used photoshop for the one you posted ontario. I paned with the rider though. basically what i do is make my canvas as about 600 % longer then necessary then anchor the pic where it needs to be. then you open the other pictures in the series and drag them into the large canvas. Then you will have a layer for every picture. by turning down the opacity you can match up the land marks in the photo then you cut out what is uneccessary. also you have to use gradients etc to get the colos perfect and no lines. sorry if its confusing i could explain it better if you want to pm me and i'll walk ya through it
That's kindof a weird way to do it, but looks interesting, and fairly simple.boyfromthelak said:http://www.picturecorrect.com/photoshoptips/creating_action_sequences_copying_people.htm
one way to do it. willl get the step by step of how i do it from my digital photgraphy teacher tommorow. im bad at explaing things so that will be easier for me and probally esier for you to understand. but you can start out by trying the way in the link above i don't know if it works just onlt tutorial i could find at the moment
That pic of you and the doughnuts (moab I think......)Photo-John said:(Actually, photographers are generally chubby dorks. But we'll keep that to ourselves, mmkay?)