Another one to figure out how it's done

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  1. Philip Weir

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    Another Image I produced for a client a few years ago. How did I do it :mrgreen: :lol: :mrgreen: Philip.

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    Well, if it was post-processed to look like that, i would say clone brush. But that doesn't look to be it. It looks like you set up a remote strobe, somewhere to the right on a remote trigger, set the camera for bulb/a very long exposure, took the shot, moved to each position and fired the flash.

    Am I close?

    Or did you find a model and make 15 clones?
     
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    Sorry "midget patrol" not even close, but thanks for trying.
     
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    Sorry "Hoppy" nothing like that. A completely different method. Philip
     
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    Thanks "photo gal" for your comments. I'm just trying to get people to think about a shot, and how to do it prior to Digital. So many want to complicate an image, when so often the method is so simple.
     
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    It seems to be the exact same pic repeated several times, and you obviously used film, not digital.
    So I'm goin to guess you used a negative and printed it several times in the same paper, just moving it around?
     
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    Getting close [Ghastly] Krueger, but if you think it through, it couldn't be done from a negative...I'm just about to post a similar one but a different method. Have a look in five minutes.
     
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    You made an interneg from several exposures of one slide then printed from the neg?
     
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    No "Mohain" that's not how i did it. Thanks for trying.
     
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    you are able to control the opacity when and where you want to it looks like.

    double exposure / with long exposures on the doubles.

    with light painting is my guess....
     

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