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  • 1pt
    Cutest invasion ever <333
    1 year ago
    0pt
    Hail Hydra!
    1 year ago
    22pt
    http://i3.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/638/628/0dd.gif
    1 year ago
    1pt
    Blossoming of the Popuras: a rare spring sight. Only a lucky few have been able to witness it. I'm glad someone captured this!

    P.D: Love the little Hachunes there! It gives the pic some extra color!
    1 year ago
    1pt
    EXkurogane (1 year ago) #19587747My guess is image and focus stacking. You fix the position of the camera on a tripod, and u repeat the same shot but u change the focus and the figure's position. In post processing you stack/superimpose all of the photos on top of each other.
    Similar concept to HDR photos (stacking multiple exposures) which can be done on a phone camera itself, and a similar technique is also used in astrophotography where the beautiful milky way in the sky with lots of stars is actually a result of stacking multiple shots to increase the amount of stars. Stars "blink" so the camera doesn't capture all of it in just one shot, not to mention u need to differentiate and remove digital noise from actual stars.
    So, yes, technically it's photoshop.


    I already knew that. I was just being silly, but since this is the internet it's near impossible to distinguish tone.

    (But I can see how my attempt to me being silly can be interpreted as me saying something outright stupid with a straight face.) LOL
    1 year ago
    1pt
    SageGuy (1 year ago) #19580147There must be some photoshop involved. Otherwise that would require over 2 dozen of her.eviljackspicer (1 year ago) #19579985And exactly how many Popuras did you buy?

    My guess is image and focus stacking. You fix the position of the camera on a tripod, and u repeat the same shot but u change the focus and the figure's position. In post processing you stack/superimpose all of the photos on top of each other.

    Similar concept to HDR photos (stacking multiple exposures) which can be done on a phone camera itself, and a similar technique is also used in astrophotography where the beautiful milky way in the sky with lots of stars is actually a result of stacking multiple shots to increase the amount of stars. Stars "blink" so the camera doesn't capture all of it in just one shot, not to mention u need to differentiate and remove digital noise from actual stars.

    So, yes, technically it's photoshop.
    1 year ago
    1pt
    FoolyDooly (1 year ago) #19582946What if this user owned 2 dozen of her and still photoshopped the image anyways?

    It's a great picture. But if it's shopped, then it's shopped.
    1 year ago
    0pt
    OMG POPURA OVERRUN!!!!
    1 year ago
    0pt
    SageGuy (1 year ago) #19580147There must be some photoshop involved. Otherwise that would require over 2 dozen of her.What if this user owned 2 dozen of her and still photoshopped the image anyways?
    1 year ago
    3pt
    i see an enemy spy hiding in their midst
    1 year ago
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