Montage Video Tutorials

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Montage Video Tutorials

Postby admin » Mon Oct 07, 2013 11:05 am

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Re: Montage Video Tutorials

Postby michaelyounglondon@gmail.com » Tue Jun 25, 2019 4:16 pm

Thank you, Tony.
I will explore 'montage' further, but what I had in mind was a minimal number of images imposed upon each other - as in old-style film double-exposure - with various levels of translucency/transparency allowed between them.
This I guess is 'layers'.
I have an aversion to Adobe and Photoshop and was hoping that I could achieve the desired effect more intuitively with SPE.
Is there a way of doing that?

Forgive me if I'm overlooking something blindingly obvious.
By the way, I love the guitar backing behind the first montage tutorial you suggested.
But that's another story. :)

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Re: Montage Video Tutorials

Postby admin » Thu Jun 27, 2019 10:42 am

Yes, I think the effect you're looking for is similar, but with the further steps of changing the opacity and/or blending mode of pictures you've placed on top of each other. N.B. You don't have to start with a montage, you can just composite images starting with a single image, rather than a textured canvas.

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