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Photo Editing, Restoring and Manipulation
 
After taking photographs I enjoy playing with them on a computer. Using image editing software to come up with different results. I also enjoy restoring old or damaged photographs.
 
I had this idea in my mind for a while. Finally put it into action. I wanted to create a single image from three shots. Theme being a poker match. First I used softbox lighting. then I tried again with a snoot giving a narrow channel of light. Moved onto each subject as photos taken. It seems to have worked.
 
Playing poker - three images blended into one action shot - this one with softbox lighting.
Playing poker - three images blended into one action shot
 
Playing poker - three images blended into one action shot - this one with softbox lighting. Black and White version
Playing poker - three images blended into one action shot
 
Playing poker - three images blended into one action shot - this one with narrow lighting using a snoot
Playing poker - three images blended into one action shot
 

 

 
In the first example below. I took two photographs of the same young girl. Out of the images I created "twins".
See also what I did to a daytime shot of Eilean Donan Castle
   
Manipulating Photographs Manipulating Photographs
   
Manipulating Photographs
 
In the second example below a number of images were taken.
The best smiles were shared over 3 images. These were manipulated into one final photograph
 
3 start images to project 2
Resulted in
3 Images manipulated into one photograph