The Caboose

Uploaded: March 03, 2002

Description

Nikon D1X. Effects added in Corel Photo-paint.

Comments

March 03, 2002

WOW HEATHER,THIS IS PRETTY WILD. #4025

Heather K. McFarland level-classic March 03, 2002

Thank you for your comment Ronnie!

This is an old caboose at a local park that sits on a piece of track along with this light. It doesn't go anywhere and is just on display, so I thought I would give it some motion.

Basically I just made the train into one object and the light pole into another using various masking tools.

Once I had my train object, I duplicated it and motion blurred the train object on the lower level. Combined the train object with the object tranparency merge tool.

Then taking the light pole object, I duplicated it several times. Used the 3D mesh warp tool to shape each one as if the train had bent the pole when it flew by. Progressivly added blur and decreased the opacity of each pole from front to back. I also blurred the sky from the original image.

It was a fun colorful project to do!

Heather #5870

March 03, 2002

thanks for your explanation of this shot,but ya lost me LOL,i dont have any fancy software tools,but I do have software that came with my camera,olympus D-1oo,I did a pic today called DOG IN CAR.please let me know if ya like it oh ya,this is another kool contest site,steves-digicams.com check it out ,you will lov it.
#5875

To discuss, first log in or sign up (buttons are at top center of page).

Get Constructive Critiques

Sign up for an interactive online photography course to get critiques on your photos.


 

Did You Know?

BetterPhoto Websites: If you see an orange website link directly under the photographer's name, it's totally okay. It's not spam. The reason: BetterPhoto is the one that offers these personal photography websites. We are supporting our clients with those links.

Unavailable EXIF: If there is no other information but 'Unavailable' in the EXIF (meaning no EXIF data exists with the photo), the 'Unavailable' blurb is not displayed. If there is any info, it shows. Many photos have the EXIF stripped out when people modify the image and resave it, before uploading.


 

The following truth is one of the core philosophies of BetterPhoto:

I hear, I forget.
I see, I remember.
I do, I understand.

You learn by doing. Take your next online photography class.

BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest Finalist


Copyright for this gallery photo belongs solely to Heather K. McFarland.
Images may not be copied, downloaded, or used in any way without the expressed, written permission of the photographer. Contact photographer via gallery
Log in to follow or message this photographer or report this photo.