Useless (youngwilliam) wrote,

Random Phototrickery Notion

1) Take a long-exposure night-time shot of a scene, with the full (or nearly full) moon in the shot (you'll probably also want to catch some stars or night clouds or something in there).

2) Take a short-exposure day-time shot of the same scene, with the sun in the same location that the moon was in for the long-exposure shot (you'll probably want to catch folks doing day-time things in there).

3) Splice the night-time sky onto the day-time landscape.

4) ???

5) Profit!
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