Here is a project I am working on w/ fellow forum menber Arch Fronken. I have been out to his place twice and photographed his build from several angels. All this in the hopes of producing images such as this. Now that his dash is done, we will be making more images to layer on top of those already photographed.
Maybe remove the F panel where it touches the caliper. The straight line in all the round seems really distracting to me for some reason.
Good eye, I think it looks much better.
I plan on similar images with the dash, with gauges and leather, fading areas to reveal the dash aluminum. Plus all kinds of fun once the engine is in and the body goes on and then reveal all kinds of stuff. I'm pretty excited about this.
Using Photoshop, it is basically 2 Layers, one picture in each layer, the picture with the wheel on is on top, the picture without the wheel is at the bottom, using the eraser tool you'll erase the top layer (part of the wheel to reveal the bottom picture, then saving the image in a single one.
Using Photoshop, it is basically 2 Layers, one picture in each layer, the picture with the wheel on is on top, the picture without the wheel is at the bottom, using the eraser tool you'll erase the top layer (part of the wheel to reveal the bottom picture, then saving the image in a single one.[/URL]
Exactly correct. Allow me to elaborate
1) The two layers need to be in close registration.
2) Instead of the eraser tool, I made a "reveal all" layer mask. And then use the paint brush on the layer mask to "reveal" the lower layer (the suspension).
Layer masks allow you to be much more precise than the reaser tool.
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