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Her original Manipulated Photo

Another of Anita’s (aelder2259) wonderfully manipulated photos was one of her father that she had placed onto another that made it look like he had just fallen from the top of a many storied building.  I looked at the great job and wondered if I could do anything with it.  Ah, I finally decided that if he fell a little further it would show his feet further from the building and a tad less that he had been pushed (as one member suggested at her blog site).  But then I got to thinking more about it and realized that if he fell another several stories the cars would have to be moved and even the people on the sidewalks would have to move too.  Only the Taxi, who was stopped waiting for a fare and the silver car stopped at the near curb did not move. So, after letting him drop a ways, I replaced the things that came into view and let the cars move about 6 or 7 feet and the pedestrians walk another step.  That made it a more accurate shot.  I do wish there was a way to show the two shots in a manner so you could actually see them move but you’ll just have to take my word for it. :D

 

Again, go and see Anita's blog at My Manipulated Photos

travelman727 says:
You bet, Roger! You are still the man :-D
Posted on: Mar 19, 2009
X_Drive says:
But I have to give 99% of the credit to Anita (aelder2259) for the great original. She is even more skilled at this than I am!!

Are you able to tell the movement of the other figures?
Posted on: Mar 19, 2009
travelman727 says:
Roger, you should teach a TravBuddy seminar on how to make photo magic :-) Another genius manipulation :-D
Posted on: Mar 19, 2009
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Her original Manipulated Photo
Her original Manipulated Photo
My shot, taken a moment later.
My shot, taken a moment later.
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