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Jack atrapado en la isla

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This is Jack trapped on the island.

Here is a curious handling of Carnival (2006).

The whole body has been cut and placed with the fund beach.

In the left hand has erased the glass (cubata).

The bag "hamma" (to keeps the camera), it logo has been erased and I have changed to brown color to simulate a bag of money.

The sword has been changed by one of truth.

The image has a sepia filter, with transparency to mix with the color of the original photo.

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Aquí tenemos una curiosa manipulación de carnaval (2006).

El cuerpo entero ha sido recortado y puesto con ese fondo de playa.

La mano izquierda tiene borrado el vaso del cubata.

La bolsa "hamma" donde se guarda la cámara, se le ha borrado el logotipo y ha sido cambiada a color marrón para simular una bolsa de dinero.

La espada ha sido cambiada por una de verdad.

La imagen tiene un filtro sepia, con transparencia para que se mezcle con el color de la foto original.

Camera:Kodak CX7525
Recording media:JPEG (digital)
Title:Jack atrapado en la isla
Username:catalania catalania
Uploaded:29 Jul 2008 - 5:58 PM
Tags:Beach, Caribbean, Caribe, Digitally manipulated, Fashion, Isla, Island, Isle, Jack, Pirata, Pirate, Playa, Portraits / people, Sparrow
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ChrisV
ChrisV  7803 forum posts United Kingdom26 Constructive Critique Points
1 Aug 2008 - 1:15 PM

Some nice compositing work, but the sepia filter does not aid in the match. If you want a more 'realistic' matte, you should compare the colour temperature of the two images. If you don't have access to it via EXIF data, the background as a sunny day would probably be 5500k+ whereas the sepia treatment has the effect of simulating dimmer, indoor lighting (although it's not the same thing, because you'd have a bluer, more neutral cast with flesh tones), but in any case a much cooler colour temperature.

Nice playful image nontheless.

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catalania
catalania  7
1 Aug 2008 - 8:38 PM

Much Thanks ChrisV.

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