• Niko Menko

Images without gravity?

So How we did Images without gravity ?

You probably want to know how we did it.


1) So first of all, we need a tripod. If you do not have one, we suggest buying one to get professional level pictures. 2) I would recommend using the signs for the camera if you have (idk what u mean). If not, then you should be careful to press the shutter button to keep the camera on its exact place. 3) Choose manual mode in the lens and set the focus on the model. Just leave it constant on the same focus mode.



Pay attention here! The male model sits on a table, so we can edit the picture to give the illusion of floating in the air. How do we do it? First you make two frames / layers, in other words, two pictures to combine them into one picture. The first layer is the model on the table. Layer "2" is no longer in this picture, I just photograph the same background. The photos are integrated into Photoshop that I'll show you later. Now, how do we integrate the cameras? So Dark has two options to do this: 1) Take photos of Google cameras and connect them in Photoshop. (Not much recommended for those with basic knowledge of editing) 2) Someone is holding the cameras in the air. Both options are good but we decided to hold the cameras in the air because dark will look more realistic and the original lighting will fall on the cameras and their shadow will look more real and reliable


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgmTl2Hbdsc

On the first layer, we have the original background; and on layer "2" we have a picture with our model. As you saw in the video, you understood that we erased the folding table and that our model was integrated with the background, and this caused the illusion of hovering. Now, it still does not seem to float in the air; so what we lack, it is to add his shadow to the ground. You can do this with a simple brush in black color and make a very delicate transparency. Of course, do the same to the pictures where the cameras were taken out to wipe out those who hold them. After that, we have finished! If you have any questions you are welcome to ask!




first Layer we have the original background and outer layer "2" we have a picture with our model. As you saw in the video you understood that we erased the folding table and that our model was integrated with the background and this caused the illusion of hovering. Now it still does not seem to float in the air so what we lack is to add its shadow to the ground. You can do this with a simple brush in black color and make a very delicate transparency. Of course, do the same to the pictures where the cameras are taken out and to wipe out those who hold them. By the time we have finished, if you have any questions you are welcome to ask us.

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