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Running on water (revised) - created by ChristianTheMagician


Running on water (revised)
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please vote again because the original was taken off from copyright issues.
This picture was put together with a picture of a beach, and a jogger. I used layers of the jogger and opacity to create the effect.

the lady was from markbierd on flickr.com and the background was from paraflier, don't copy this image as it has partial copyrights from the original. just make your own. thanks. (5 years and 2864 days ago)

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avatar fatz8016
fatz8016 says:

Picture of the beach is copyrighted so i dont think u can keep it as is..aside from that, the jogger needs some kind of shadow..but good idea!

avatar langstrum
langstrum says:

The idea is not good, because author misunderstood the concept of high speed motion photography. With this technique, the camera can take photo with the speed of 128 frames/s and even much higher. Presume we use this speed, so this photo was captured within 1/128s. Calculate from the first image of this person to the last image on the left, he "joggled"around 2m --> his speed is around 2m per 1/128s or 256m/s or 921km/h, that means 0.7 sound speed . Just the funny demonstration, hope that author will understand this concept correctly. For that matter, you should capture the image of only one person in this photo, so no different between the normal photo and high speed motion photo can be observed, this is why the target of high speed motion photo is always the object moving with the ultra high speed such as the bullet.
EIDT: Oops, this is a lady

avatar fatz8016
fatz8016 says:

Sorry, langstrum is right (I should have read the contest goal)..hopefully u have time to change it though..

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

If you can replace the copyrighted background, keep in mind that someone going that fast would kick up a heck of a wake!

avatar erikuri
erikuri says:

Only Cyborg or Bionic Woman could do it...

avatar bjaockx
bjaockx says:

The Flash could do it at the speed of sound... ;]

the duplicated jogger takes away from the image... basically you would get that repeated image look with a long exposure camera not a highspeed.

think of it this way, you are catching a split second of a moment... view a few of the other entries in he contest to get a good idea of what the contest is looking for...

also the shadow of the jogger does not match the light source for the background... and the lighting of the jogger is opposite of both the background light source and the shadow added...

GL!!

avatar jawshoewhah
jawshoewhah [banned] says:

Agrees with bjaockx. And for future reference , try to upload something a lot higher resolution.

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Hydrant (photoshop excercise) - created by Drivenslush


Hydrant (photoshop excercise)
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photo is mine (5 years and 2932 days ago)

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

You'd need to change the angle of the shadow at right to match the one at left...

avatar lvstealth
lvstealth says:

the chain on the right side needs to be fixed

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