Joel Grimes "Portrait Photography on Location" Lesson 6 - Stitching Ultra Mega Pixels
Want to increase your file size to create ultra mega pixels? Stitching multiple images is nothing new, but what about strobing a portrait on location? The results can be off the charts amazing! Follow me as I show you how to strobe, stitch and process a portrait image in Photoshop resulting in a 150 plus mega pixel capture.
"In this video tutorial Joel demonstrates how he takes multiple images and stitches them together, creating a super high-rez image that can be enlarged and printed in extreme sizes. Some of the topics covered are: nodal point: what it is, places to go to learn more in-depth Nodal point information, such as Really Right Stuff and Youtube, and gear that will help you create this look. The video portion of the behind the scenes will give you a visual understanding of how he creates this ultra megapixel portrait. It includes three different subjects in different locations. First is Kristina on a pond, next is Monique sitting on a canoe on a lake, and lastly Greg in an open field. In the last part of this video tutorial Joel shows his step by step post-production workflow. Joel's process is consistent with the other videos. In this post-production workflow He uses Adobe Camera Raw, along with Photoshop to create this ultra megapixel, rarely viewed type of image. Very few people with go to the trouble of learning this technique and actually creating these types of images. Thinking outside the box is what will keep you ahead of the competition and set you apart." - Steve Slate
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Run Time: 46 minutes