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A Variation on BIF!

Here's something that might be of interest to those of you who like taking birds in flight - and who have a lot more patience with post processing than me! I think these are extraordinary.

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/m...tion-starling/
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Re: A Variation on BIF!

Some interesting shots, I don't go for all of them, but no doubt others will prefer the ones I like less.
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Re: A Variation on BIF!

Been trying work out how??

Photoshop might be able to do it, but sounds laborious.

Looked out for software that can overlay and up transparency at press of a button............

No luck so far..
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Some interesting shots, I don't go for all of them, but no doubt others will prefer the ones I like less.
Almost a certainty.......That's sods law...
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Re: A Variation on BIF!

Affinity Photo has a stacking feature which can "empty" a busy street if you take a dozen or so shots, it simply keeps areas that are the same in several shots and removes the areas that appear in only one or two - such as moving people and vehicles. The feature has all sorts of blending modes so it might have one that can pick a moving object out of several shots - in other words do the reverse of the above. Just a thought - I haven't used the feature so I don't know for certain.
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Re: A Variation on BIF!

I love the idea of this. More with single birds than many, but I imagine some could be stunning.
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