Friday, July 10, 2020

Multiplicity: Fun with compositing

Informal family photo -- COVID style via multiplicity.
Tom and I teach multiplicity quite often, here is one example of how multiplicity to use.

Tom and his siblings were together for purposes of his late Dad's estate. They wore masks and social distanced, but before everyone left Tom wanted a quick informal family photo. Rather than a more traditional family image wearing masks, Tom had each one stand and quickly grabbed an image of each sibling, using the ten-second self-timer for his image. It wasn't planned. There was no clothing consultation, no hairstylists, no formal posing, no flash, no reflectors -- but Tom did not want to let the rare opportunity of all five siblings together at once be lost.
Multiplicity: Fun with compositing
Multiplicity is also a FUN Way to Learn How to Use (and Master) Layers and Masks.
July 21st 7pm Register here $99:
Multiplicity is a photography technique in which the same person is photographed from different angles and directions and then the bunch of photographs are digitally re-mastered in Photoshop showing clones of the person doing different things all in one photo.
If you're ready to take your creativity to a whole new level – and have fun doing it - this is the workshop for you! During this Zoom class, you'll delve into the innovative genre of multiplicity photography and what it can do for your photography.
Instructor Lisa Cuchara covers everything you need to know including what multiplicity is, when and how to use it and why you want to do it. Discuss what you need for the shoot and walk through each step of taking the photos. Learn how to bring it all together, via Photoshop, layers and masks, as Lisa gives you a step-by-step tutorial on everything you need to know.
You'll discover how to create an interesting story with a single shot – and breathe new life into your photo sessions.
Create a unique "selfie" or just pretend to find your long lost twin and post the photo to Facebook, this will be a FUN workshop!

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