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How to make composite images
Written by Danrok   
Saturday, 14 April 2007 04:54


Composite photo.
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If you saw my review of the Samsung GX-10, you may be wondering how I created the multi-exposure picture of the kite flier that I included in the sample shots. It was actually fairly easy, only requiring Adobe Photoshop, a bit of patience and a camera with a fairly fast continuous shooting mode. It’s possible to create exactly the same type of image in a number of different photo editing programs, including Adobe Photoshop Elements, GIMP, Corel Paint Shop Pro and Ulead PhotoImpact.

While the GX-10 is a powerful digital SLR and shoots at three frames a second, there are a number of less expensive compact cameras that can shoot nearly as quickly. Cameras such as the Canon S3 IS and Ricoh R6 can manage speeds of around two frames a second, as can a number of others. However you only need a fast frame rate if you’re shooting a relatively fast-moving subject. Many digital compact cameras can manage at least one frame a second, which is fast enough for slower-moving subjects such as a person walking.

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