That's the first thing I thought when I first saw the Delorean hovering over my diorama shelf! (stay with me here 😉 )
I thought the chances of catching it with the camera were slim but after it hung around for a while I realised that whilst it may have working hover actuators, the flux capacitor was useless unless they could come up with 1.21 Gigawatts...
... just as a I thought :p
Marty, You're McFly's Undone.
Before I show you the finished product let me undo all my awesome work by revealing the initial pics. I had actually intended on just trying to get a shot that achieved a hover look without the need for photoshop - I almost achieved it with the last image (see below)
But after staring at these images for all of 8 seconds I realised they needed to be photoshopped.
Add a Sprinkling of Photoshop...
Basically all I did was remove the Qtip (yep, it was a qtip I painted black and stuck in the hole where a lamp-post used to sit) using the clone stamp in photoshop and then added light effect using layers and changing the curve levels (and adding a Gaussian blur for anyone actually interested)... and the results are.... let's be honest - Freaking AMAZING!!
Please Enjoy and Respect my Work
I have added the following photoshopped images as attachments so that you may download the original. Simply click on the image and it will open in full size on a new page and then save the image from there. Or simply right click and save the image from here... but look at it in all it's glory first! :p
All I ask is that you leave the watermark/brand in place and respect the time and effort I have put into creating these images.
Thank you and enjoy... (hover sounds optional, but highly recommended)
I have added all the above images, as well as other filtered ones to the slider below.
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Until next time... which is soon since I'm writing another post to share my latest triumph 😉