Multiple Images And Other Fun Stuff

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by Andre Denis, Sep 4, 2004.

  1. Andre Denis

    Andre Denis Guest

    Is it possible to produce multiple images in the same frame with digital
    photography with software on the computer or in the camera?

    Is there a URL of a website with tips on different kinds of trick stuff
    that can be done with digital?

    Thanks
    Andre
     
    Andre Denis, Sep 4, 2004
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  2. Andre Denis

    JPS Guest

    In message <>,
    There is no reason to have multiple exposures taken in the same frame
    with digital. You can take separate images and combine them later in
    any way you want.

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    JPS, Sep 4, 2004
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  3. Camera, no. Software, yes.
    There are dozens of Photoshop websites, maybe hundreds. But I am
    guessing you don't have that available and it's expensive.

    But perhaps PS Elements, or depending on your computer, PaintShop. I
    look to someone else to recommend a specific site or two, depending on
    what software you have.

    With the Adobe procducts, you absolutely need to know how to create and
    work with layers; this is how you'd do multiple images in one "frame".
     
    John McWilliams, Sep 4, 2004
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  4. Andre Denis

    Andre Denis Guest

    Can you explain one of the methods?

    Thanks
     
    Andre Denis, Sep 4, 2004
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  5. Andre Denis

    Andre Denis Guest

    Thanks John,

    The software that I have been using to date seems quite limited. I have
    not been too concerned till now, because I'm just getting used to the
    digital photo process.

    I've been using the Fuji Finepix software and the Irfan view Freeware, but
    it looks like it is time to get something that has a few more features
    available.

    Thanks again
    Andre
     
    Andre Denis, Sep 4, 2004
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  6. Andre Denis

    Alan Meyer Guest

    ....
    Andre,

    The GIMP (the Gnu Image Manipulation Program) is freeware and
    does multiple layers. See http://www.gimp.org. It originated on
    Linux and UNIX, but there is a Windows version that seems to work
    pretty well.

    The GIMP people say that their product is not as good as
    Photoshop. But then the cost isn't as high either.

    Try it. It might be better than what you're using and meet your
    needs.

    Alan
     
    Alan Meyer, Sep 4, 2004
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  7. Andre Denis

    Andre Denis Guest

    Thanks,

    I'll try it.
     
    Andre Denis, Sep 5, 2004
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  8. Andre Denis

    Andre Denis Guest

    Thanks again,

    Andre
     
    Andre Denis, Sep 5, 2004
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