panorama software,virtual tour software
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2006-10-17
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Your own shadow

I have been looking for a while now how some people succeed in making a virtual tour in full sun, without having their own shadow in the picture. I am very familiar with Photoshop, but I can't really see how you can realise this with Photoshop? Could anybody help me finding out how this is done? I suppose that the trick is more pulled in the field (hardware), rather than in photoshop.

Can anyone help me ?


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Yes, as you are very familiar with photoshop, this is only a few minutes job in most cases
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ok thanks !!

yes i know the "clone stamp" in photoshop !


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Shadow Removal on Panoramic Photography

 

I think this is where you looking for. No patch work or cloning, but really remove your shadow.

Try this in combination with Smooths tip!

 

Look @  http://www.inertia-llc.com/sandbox/tutorials/shadow-matchcolor/

 

Gr, Harry.


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You set the "self timer" and walk out of shot (with your shadow)

Regards, Smooth


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and the tripod ? What do you do with that ? That shadow you always see ?


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Hi Showie

Simply "clone" out the tripod in photoshop using the clone stamp if you are familiar with photoshop

Crafty