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  1. #11
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    Re: Soccer Photography Question

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    Another effect I want to try - although I don't know if it will work with the background constantly changing - is when the camera is stationary yet multiple images are taken of someone running horizontally through the frame. Then the images are compiled into a composite. So it shows motion but not motion blur. People do that with moon images to show how the moon tracks during the night. Unfortunately I cannot come up with a sample image because I don't know what it's called. However, I've seen it done with kids running into a parent's arms.
    Do you mean double (multiple) exposure? I used to see high school senior pics that were done with the technique, and Glamour Shots. Multiple exposure shots can be done in camera with some Nikon cameras, the info on nikonusa.com that I read, that I should have copied the link, mentioned a D850. It can also be done with photoshop and I am sure other "post" programs.

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  2. #12
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    Re: Soccer Photography Question

    Quote Originally Posted by BeegRhob View Post
    Do you mean double (multiple) exposure? I used to see high school senior pics that were done with the technique, and Glamour Shots. Multiple exposure shots can be done in camera with some Nikon cameras, the info on nikonusa.com that I read, that I should have copied the link, mentioned a D850. It can also be done with photoshop and I am sure other "post" programs.

    Rob
    I cannot figure out how to embed a 500px image here. This is similar to what I'd like to try except the first images of the person would be somewhat transparent. Each image would become less and less transparent until the final image is completely solid. It still might not make sense, but until I can find an image to represent what I want, I'm not sure I can offer any additional details.

    https://500px.com/photo/98119113/Kick-it-by-Franz-Till?ctx_page=1&from=search&ctx_type=photos&ctx_q= sports+multiple+exposure





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    Re: Soccer Photography Question

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    I cannot figure out how to embed a 500px image here. This is similar to what I'd like to try except the first images of the person would be somewhat transparent. Each image would become less and less transparent until the final image is completely solid. It still might not make sense, but until I can find an image to represent what I want, I'm not sure I can offer any additional details.

    https://500px.com/photo/98119113/Kick-it-by-Franz-Till?ctx_page=1&from=search&ctx_type=photos&ctx_q= sports+multiple+exposure


    Hi Cindy, If I am reading it right effectively what you are wanting to do is a time lapse in a single frame... I found this, which is centred around a landscape image but would have thought that the processing steps would be similar for action shots:

    https://digital-photography-school.c...ime-one-photo/

    Hope that this might help; at least it might give you a starting point for further searches.

  4. #14
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    Re: Soccer Photography Question

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    I think Spotty's "time-lapse" process suggestion is what can be used to accomplish Cindy's quest. I use Gimp with "layer mask" to make one (not perfect due to changing background and focal distance for each individual shot):

    Soccer Photography Question-2020-12-29_14-42-41-2-blend2-s.jpg

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    Soccer Photography Question
    Quote Originally Posted by Spottydumplings View Post
    Hi Cindy, If I am reading it right effectively what you are wanting to do is a time lapse in a single frame... I found this, which is centred around a landscape image but would have thought that the processing steps would be similar for action shots:

    https://digital-photography-school.c...ime-one-photo/

    Hope that this might help; at least it might give you a starting point for further searches.
    Quote Originally Posted by blackstar View Post
    I think Spotty's "time-lapse" process suggestion is what can be used to accomplish Cindy's quest. I use Gimp with "layer mask" to make one (not perfect due to changing background and focal distance for each individual shot):

    Soccer Photography Question-2020-12-29_14-42-41-2-blend2-s.jpg
    Time lapse might be what it's called. Although I've never done it, I know the individual layers have to be added into one PCC file. Then a layer mask needs to be added to each layer to mask out what isn't wanted. However, unlike regular time lapses, the background will constantly change so I'm not sure whether it will work well, or if it will be a big headache to attempt. Lol.

    I couldn't come up with the name of the process to explain my intentions so thank you!
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  6. #16
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    Re: Soccer Photography Question

    Hi Cindy, I found another possibility to achieve what you want by using "layer blending" in either PS or Gimp (check this: https://docs.gimp.org/en/gimp-concepts-layer-modes.html). In Gimp, you use "Normal" mode to blend two layers. For your purpose, you need to change the background of all individual shots except the base image one to transparency i.e., each subject alone in each shot is left with transparent background (except the base image). Then use "Normal" mode to blend one of the transparent- background images with the base image (with transparent-background one as top layer). Continue to blend all different-positioned subjects into the base image. Hope this helps.

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    Re: Soccer Photography Question

    Oh, I think to change image background is critically challenging for certain kind of subjects in the image.

  8. #18
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    Re: Soccer Photography Question

    Quote Originally Posted by blackstar View Post
    Hi Cindy, I found another possibility to achieve what you want by using "layer blending" in either PS or Gimp (check this: https://docs.gimp.org/en/gimp-concepts-layer-modes.html). In Gimp, you use "Normal" mode to blend two layers. For your purpose, you need to change the background of all individual shots except the base image one to transparency i.e., each subject alone in each shot is left with transparent background (except the base image). Then use "Normal" mode to blend one of the transparent- background images with the base image (with transparent-background one as top layer). Continue to blend all different-positioned subjects into the base image. Hope this helps.
    Thanks blackstar. I will take a look.
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  9. #19
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    Re: Soccer Photography Question

    Didn't @Moab Man shoot a lot of soccer games? Maybe he'll chime in.
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  10. #20
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    Re: Soccer Photography Question

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post
    Didn't @Moab Man shoot a lot of soccer games? Maybe he'll chime in.
    I'm pretty sure he did football - can't remember about soccer. Hopefully he will weigh in with some insight!
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