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Welcome to a new dimension...
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Welcome to a new dimension...
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3 Comments | Report
josegarzonh
 
josegarzonh Jan 07
Great effect. Very good photo.
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aitordelarco Jan 08
Thank you!! :)
LeoBenji6055 PRO
 
LeoBenji6055 Jan 17
in and out of the focus field. nice concept. great shot
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aitordelarco Jan 17
Thank you 😉
UntetheredPhotos Ultimate
 
Love this effect

Behind The Lens

Location
The photowas taken in the basement of my house, where I have a small studio made by hand to practice
Time
It was night! But since it was made indoors with artificial lighting, it really wasn't a problem.
Lighting
The photo was illuminated with three spotlights placed in the lower part since I wanted the shadows of the body to highlight a lot to be able to make the effect later in photoshop.
Equipment
My usual camera which is a Canon EOS 700D, a 35mm 2.0f lens. Two Godox continuous light bulbs and a square neewer bulb to illuminate the background.
Inspiration
I wanted to try new things. I remembered Blade Runner when replicants are created, they are taken out of a kind of little translucent bag. I wanted that scifi blur effect of the bag to give the feeling as if you were coming out of another dimension and at the same time as if you were being created.
Editing
Yes, this photo is practically all post-production. I used various blur filters, then I masked the image and very patiently painted the masks over the areas of the body that I wanted to see clearly. I played around with the curves a bit, and the rest is color treatment.
In my camera bag
My Canon EOS 700D, two fixed lens (35mm and 50mm), a little torch if additional light were needed and thats it.
Feedback
Play a lot with photoshop! The more you investigate with the program, the more aware of the possibilities of creation you will be and you will be able to carry out all your ideas :)

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