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Old Jun 1, 2008, 1:35 PM   #1
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The baseball game was a lot of fun, and photo ops from a $75 seat 10 rows from the field are great! Too bad I can't really afford to do this a lot more. All of the files are here to see..

http://gmchappell.smugmug.com/galler...4_r4TMH#P-1-15

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Four-image burst combined in Photoshop CS2..



Gotta love four girls thatmake a baseball game the basis for their Saturday Night out..







I don't think the guy in the red shirt was yelling encouragement here..





Even from where I was sitting, this was not a small distance away. Shot at ISO 1600..




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Old Jun 1, 2008, 3:17 PM   #2
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Hi Greg

What a cracking series of shots, esp the first one which is just so cool. Planning to check out the rest of the gallery when I get time but the pics posted in the thread are just fab!

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Hey Greg,

Had a chance to take a look at your gallery this morning. Another fine series of photos using the 70-300mm. That lens continues to impress! The E-510 and 70-300mm make a great combo.

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Hey nice pics....



How did you combine those pics in photoshop?
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How did you combine those pics in photoshop?
Using Layers. The end image was the bottom layer. You open each image up and, using a Windows machine, use CTRL-A to select, CTRL-C to copy, then CTRL-V to pasteeach on top of the last. I then erased all but the two players from the top three files, then used the MOVE tool to arrange them as close to right as possible, and then changed the opacity of the top three files to 60%to give those three layers that faded look.
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