15 Sep Remove moving objects from your photo… or merge them into one image!
In each individual image within this collection of images, an ambulance is displayed at different intervals while driving over the bridge.
- Open NEAT projects professional.
- Go to the folder and select the sequence of images you would like to import. Once NEAT projects has been opened, simply drag and drop the group of images into the program. In this example we are using twelve individual photos of the passing ambulance, an ample amount for the algorithm to completely remove it from our image.
- Perfect! The street is now cleared
This function from NEAT projects is perfectly suited for clearly photographing buildings for example, that is—without also having to capture the multitudes of passing cars obstructing your view.
- However, NEAT projects professional can do even more than that! Each individual portrayal of the ambulance can be combined in one image to create a motion sequence.
Simply locate Motion Algorithms and select “Add Motion.”The entire sequence has now been merged resulting in one single image.
- You can control how many times the ambulance appears in the photograph simply by excluding individual images from the algorithm’s calculation. Located within the menu bar, click the option “edit image sequence”.
- In the upper left-hand corner next to individual image previews there are small boxes, each checked off. By unchecking these boxes, you deactivate these images and exclude them from the image sequence.
Now the result looks like this:
Just like that you are able to precisely visualize selected increments and speed within a motion sequence. Further application of these methods will be presented in the next tutorial, in which the “Add Motion” option becomes its own unique stylistic device.