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Photographer uses drone to create UFO scene

March 23, 2020 | Comment icon 2 comments



Producing professional UFO images takes a lot of effort. Image Credit: YouTube / Hayden Pedersen
Ever wondered how photographers create such striking stock images of UFOs and alien abduction scenes ?
While there are a large number of genuine UFO photographs out there, when we write about a UFO incident for which there are no actual images, it is not uncommon to illustrate the story with a stock image - an artificially produced photograph that represents the idea of what the story is about.

(After all, how many real photographs are there of someone being abducted by aliens!?)

In a recent video, photographer Hayden Pedersen outlines the entire process through which he created the image of a girl being 'floated' up towards a UFO hovering directly above.
The video goes into great detail and demonstrates how, in an unusual move, Pedersen and his colleagues used a drone to simulate the UFO while the model lay on a stool underneath.

He then goes through the process of using Photoshop to clean up and enhance the image, producing a clean shot that can then be published in a wide range of publications.

It's a fascinating insight into the methods used to create such startling photographs.



Source: iso1200.com | Comments (2)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by Seti42 2 years ago
That video is hard to watch. What a douchey ****. His PS 'skillz' aren't impressive, either.
Comment icon #2 Posted by toast 2 years ago
The guy is talking too much.


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