PHOTOGRAPHY TIP: Shooting for Composites

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: December 2, 2013

Category: General

Hi Everyone,

How’s it going?

Hope you had a great weekend.

It seems like we do it earlier each year but we now have our Christmas tree up and decorated; I just love this time of year 🙂

Anyway as it’s Monday here’s the first blog post of the week and for today I’m sharing part of a video that I recorded quite a while back now; in fact this actually formed part of episode 1 of my weekly Photography, Photoshop and Lightroom podcast.

At a few of the Camera Club talks I’ve given lately one of the things I seem to get asked about quite a bit is about perspective with regards to compositing i.e. how to make it so that the angle of the person or object you’ve cut out matches the angle of the background.

Well like always it starts ‘in camera’ so in this video I show you how I do exactly that…

As always if you have any question or comments then feel free to email me at glyn@www.glyndewis.com or leave a comment in the section below.

In the mean time though have a great start to the week and I’ll catch you back here tomorrow.

Enjoy,
Glyn

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1 Comment

  1. Kasper

    Great way to explain it Glynn.

    And great blog in general, must take a lot of your time.

    Kind reagards
    Kasper

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