Forums > Digital Art and Retouching > how can I make this effect?

Photographer

M K

Posts: 251

Athens, Attikí, Greece

Hi there, I was wondering if any of you know how i can make thia effect as in the fifth picture? It is like it has been moved..

http://www.fashionphotographyblog.com/2 … hy+Blog%29

Jan 06 13 10:37 am Link

Photographer

Motordrive Photography

Posts: 3834

Lodi, California, US

I can't see examples sad

Jan 06 13 11:40 am Link

Photographer

AJ_In_Atlanta

Posts: 12882

Atlanta, Georgia, US

?

Jan 06 13 11:41 am Link

Photographer

M Pandolfo Photography

Posts: 12116

Tampa, Florida, US

It's a link to Hotmail that asks for sign-in.

Jan 06 13 11:42 am Link

Photographer

M K

Posts: 251

Athens, Attikí, Greece

I m so sorry here is the link!!!

fifth picture-

http://www.fashionphotographyblog.com/2 … hy+Blog%29

Jan 06 13 12:12 pm Link

Photographer

Mark Bruce Photography

Posts: 21

Stevenage, England, United Kingdom

5th pic looks like a peel back polaroid

Jan 06 13 12:17 pm Link

Digital Artist

Platinum Dust

Posts: 106

San Francisco, California, US

The article implies that there was no Photoshop work, but you can replicate the effect with the various blur filters (I experimented a bit and found motion blur, shape blur, and lens blur to be best for this) and adding some noise and color adjustment. Put each blur effect on a different layer and play around with opacity until you find the right balance for your picture.

Jan 06 13 01:09 pm Link

Photographer

sidney_k

Posts: 876

Paris, Île-de-France, France

Looks like a double exposure on Polaroid 665.
As you can see from the hand positions, there are two different shots on the same neg.
Sarah Moon and Paolo Roversi used to work with that type of film all the time.

Jan 06 13 01:13 pm Link

Photographer

M K

Posts: 251

Athens, Attikí, Greece

ok thanks!

Jan 06 13 01:48 pm Link

Retoucher

George Thomson

Posts: 698

Concord, California, US

... imo, this is simply a shot in an old mirror
(no tricks involved)

5th picture
http://www.fashionphotographyblog.com/wp-content/uploads/SM51.jpg

Jan 06 13 03:59 pm Link

Retoucher

Michael Jovani

Posts: 39

Pasadena, California, US

If I wanted to recreate this, this is how I would go about it.

Duplicate the layer, set to "Lighten" mode, nudge it to the right and then mask in the area. Do the same for the left side. Adjust opacity to your liking.

Hope this helps smile
Mike

http://i.imgur.com/hbfKY.jpg

Jan 07 13 03:22 am Link