Bane Wants Candy

I’m looking to do more composites in the future and I thought that the below picture was an interesting starting point as there is some kind of an empty space on the right side.

People at the Fete ParadisoI wondered who she could face and thought that Bane was a good opposite.


Here’s the Bane I used for the composite.

Here’s the final result.

Bane-Wants-CandyI think Bane could have been bigger but I think it could have made him less human. My main goal today was to do a quick selection and integration and I learned some actions I will most likely reuse. After all my last “composite” was this one. My biggest issue though was the difference of focus (she’s softer than he his) but I didn’t manage to find an easy solution. I guess that the best is to plan for the composite in advance.

By Sebastien Grobelny


3 Responses to Bane Wants Candy

  1. This picture is awesome, you made me want to try something like this myself!

    • Thank you. Celine pointed out to me 2 major issues and I totally agree with her:
      – the focus on Bane’s arm is way off. I wanted her to be in his arms but it doesn’t show it…
      – the light doesn’t make any sense. I need to pay more attention to it in the future and if you want to try it I read that doing schemas of the light source helps 😉

  2. Pingback: The Brooklyn Juggler and Batman at Fete Paradiso | Sébastien Grobelny - Photography

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