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Scanning the Horizon

By paulbroad
A composite shot for a bit of fun. Two blokes from a military society at a gala cut out and pasted onto a scanned colour side of misty woodland, then a Dakota added three times at different sizes and densities. Flattened, converted to mono then toned.

I've put digital, but the background was 35mm Fujichrome.

Tags: General Digitally manipulated Men soldier creat mask composite Portraits and people

Voters: jondf, SamGillespie, kuki and 8 more


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jondf 11 2.7k
21 Aug 2007 2:13PM
Perhaps the caption should read -
"For pity's sake....behind you!"
It gets my vote for effort and expertise.

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scotdiver 14 261 1 Malta
21 Aug 2007 2:18PM
Great work - where did you find out about the military society?
svatos 10 Czech Republic
21 Aug 2007 2:21PM
nice moment and compo
21 Aug 2007 2:25PM
Smile
funny, but quite good work as well
KarenFB Plus
11 4.9k 171 England
21 Aug 2007 2:34PM
Very effective! I must get the girls to show me how to do such things!!
P.S. You need to put commas between each 'tag' for them to work! Smile
paulbroad 10 123 1181 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2007 2:35PM
For scotdiver - can't help - they just happened to have a stand at this local village gala in North Lincolnshire.

They were actually looking at two pretty girls on a stand about 20 yards away!

Paul
martinduke 13 37 England
21 Aug 2007 3:55PM
Nice composite.
good work I just love the body language and expressions.
Martin
13snaphappy Junior Member 11 1 England
22 Aug 2007 8:35AM
Excellent digital work. Cant see the joins at all! However, I would have been inclined to have spaced the planes out a bit more and varied their sizes to create a more realistic look here. But that's me - being nitpicking!! I think it's a great image - and who cares WHAT they were looking at?!!

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