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Shooting for composites

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Ryan Schude shoots up to 100 photos for every single image he makes, but only a few make it into the final piece

Composites by Ryan Schude

Ryan Schude’s Tableaux Vivants series is a lively set of photographs that are burgeoning with activity. Some were captured in a single shot, but the majority are composites for which he shoots up to 100 photos.

Only a few will make it into the final piece – the most he’s used in a single image is 15 shots. He uses classic Photoshop techniques to combine the photos, which he explains in this article on Adobe’s Create site.


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