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Here is another look behind the scenes of what we do. This was the “Angry Birds – After 5″ shoot. This was shot in Louisville, Kentucky. We were at my Mom’s house for Thanksgiving waiting for the big meal. So my brother’s and I decided to do an impromptu photo shoot. I wanted to try a technique in Photoshop that I had never tried before. I wanted to take several images of a subject and create a composite that showed the multiple “people” interacting with each other in the single image. I had seen many photographers do it in the past but their shoots were very elaborate.
This shoot was anything but elaborate. I just popped the Canon on a tripod and gave my brother, Walt, a few directions as I took the shots and that was it. It took all of 45 minutes to get the shots. I went into edit mode when I got back to Atlanta and came up with the final edits. I was very please with the results, especially with it being my 1st attempt at doing something like this. Here is the video showing how we shot it and the edited shots. Take a look and let me know what you think. Enjoy.