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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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Comments


jondf 10 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 13 261 1 Malta
21 Aug 2007 2:18PM
Great work - where did you find out about the military society?
svatos 9 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
10 4.7k 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 9 123 1124 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 12 37 England
21 Aug 2007 3:55PM
Nice composite.
good work I just love the body language and expressions.
Martin
13snaphappy Junior Member 10 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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