[BTSV] Creating Super Heroes with an Overhead

Haristobald's photostream has some interesting shots in it but what is more interesting is how he produced them. Using an old school, overhead projector, A4 sized transparencies, a strobe and a bit of mechanical know how, Haristobald can now transform his environment and his models. See behind the scenes of his latest Superman shoot and jump into the full post to see a video on how he modified an archaic device into a useful photography tool.




 
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Thats actually pretty cool. Going to try something like that with a more simple setup.

I think there are more simple ways to do a shot like this. You don't need such a projector for this.

check out the Microvision SHOWWX+ HDMI Laser Pico Projector ...

Haristobald's picture

Actually, with a flash instead of a lamp you can easely kill the ambiant and work everywhere. With a projector you will need a totally black room! 

Regards,

haristobald

The only thing I don't like about this concept is that I didn't think of it first.