TW 660: Walking past a mural (Subtractive filter HSE)

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I had an early Thursday walk this week, planning to make Harris shutter effect photos. A person walking past a busy mural was selected as a visual reference and made to stand out by an absence of detail.

This modified Harris Shutter Effect image generates colored "ghosts" on a black background. Things that move and other registration differences between three more-or-less sequential photos are emphasized while static features turn black. Imperfect registration can leave a faint outline of background details.

Three frames were registered on the selected moving subject before a subtractive filter Harris shutter effect composite was generated.

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Read how to construct the subtractive filter Harris shutter effect from three sequential photos.
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Composite images with a moving subject reference frame

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