Getting up close and personal with potentially dangerous animals to photograph them sounds both thrilling and daunting. There is a respectable amount of safety protocol, but the fact of the matter is you are still trusting the animal not to make a meal out of you. Reducing the potential for an incident, composite photography can be incredibly helpful when working with animals. Take a look at this behind the scenes footage of a commercial photo shoot that had one photographer attempting to capture a scene with a vicious tiger in the back of a new car:
After shooting the scene in multiple parts, the photographer then layered the separate segments of the photograph using compositing techniques to come up with the final product:
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