But what’s the trick that makes it look realistic? |
Is it something about the details or the colors?
Is it something about the light? What creates the illusion?
I would like to say that there are three simple rules to follow to achieve a realistic result.
As you can see, these images aren’t really special. But combined, they can create something like this.
So that first rule is that photos combined should have the same perspective.
Secondly, photos combined should have the same type of light.
And these two images both fulfill these two requirements-shot at the same height and in the same type of light.
The third one is about making it impossible to distinguish where the different images begin and end by make it seamless.
Make it impossible to say how the image actually was composed.
So to achieve a realistic result, I think it comes down to planning.
It always starts with a sketch, and idea.
Then it’s about combining the different photographs.
And here every piece is very well planned.
And if you do a good job capturing the photos, the result can be quite beautiful and also quite realistic.
So all the tools are out there, and the only thing that limits us is our imagination.
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