|Combination of two photos|
Here’s the challenge: I’m after a shot of the art on the side of a food truck. I want the whole side of the truck in the shot to give the art some context (“food truck” rather than “painting”). But when I step back far enough to get the whole truck in the frame, I end up with a sign blocking the shot.
|Nikon D810, 28mm (28-105), 1/125, f/8, ISO 100|
So I got another photo of the painting from closer in, with no sign blocking the view.
|Nikon D810, 28mm (28-105), 1/125, f/14, ISO 100|
Photoshop to the rescue! Back at home, I combined the two pictures. In the wide shot, the sign blocked only a small chunk of the art, so I needed only a little bit of the other photo. A mask, a free transform, a small perspective warp and a brightness adjustment made the replacement piece match quite well with the rest of the image. Then a crop cut out some unnecessary background elements.