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    This is just a test....

    Not sure if this belongs in Post Processing or General Photography.
    If it's there, I need to try it: My recently acquired Nikon D5000 has an in-camera retouch menu. One of the options is image merging. It combines 2 selected photos and merges it into one new RAW file.

    Here is the one that gave me the best result. It sure does not work on all pictures, but some results are really surprising!
    This is just a test....

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    Re: This is just a test....

    Wow! Very cool! Post more pics please!

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    Re: This is just a test....

    I did that lots of times with my old film camera, but never on purpose.

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    Re: This is just a test....

    Quote Originally Posted by arith View Post
    I did that lots of times with my old film camera, but never on purpose.
    Oh yes, so did I, but they never came out this good!

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    Re: This is just a test....

    Quote Originally Posted by jjbacoomba View Post
    Wow! Very cool! Post more pics please!
    I will later today......................Now you're creating a monster!

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    Re: This is just a test....

    Hi, Kristianna,

    This is something I always thought was a bit of a gimmick but having seen this I will have to try it out.

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    Re: This is just a test....

    WOW!
    I am sure very few people must have tried in-camera re-touching. & this is wonderful.

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    Re: This is just a test....

    Quote Originally Posted by The Blue Boy View Post
    Hi, Kristianna,

    This is something I always thought was a bit of a gimmick but having seen this I will have to try it out.
    Of course it's a gimmick - But since this camera is still so new to me, I had to give it a try.

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    Re: This is just a test....

    What a great effect, I use Canon so cant do this in camera but it's given me the idea of trying it out in photo shop with portraits? I'm sure it's been done before but it looks real cool. Thanks for posting it.

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    Re: This is just a test....

    Quote Originally Posted by Squidgy View Post
    What a great effect, I use Canon so cant do this in camera but it's given me the idea of trying it out in photo shop with portraits? I'm sure it's been done before but it looks real cool. Thanks for posting it.
    PhotoShop of course will give you a lot more flexibility for effects like this - The in-camera blending does not allow for opacity change or repositioning (at least I don't think so - got to RTFM to find out for sure).

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