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  1. sycondavey

    sycondavey TPF Noob!

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    I spy Davey:

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    Comments?
     
  2. Scurra

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    Heh I really like this image... It's almost like where's Waldo...
     
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    behind the building on the right!

    is that digital or did u devlop it yourself?! if u developed it thats some patience!
     
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    ah, d70!! oops
     
  5. sycondavey

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    Actually, this one was with my Sony Cyber-Shot V1 and a tripod and help from my brother. Ha.
     
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    this sort of technique is catching on. i tried a few and really like it. your version is very good. :thumbsup:

    strangely enuf, this isn't as hard to pull off as i thought; just gotta make the light doesn't change on ya, eh? did u find it the same? ps i assume?
     
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    i've never made a photo like this however it is very effective, what do you do take all the pictures from the sam place using time delay and a tripod and then edit it? with the editing do you use paste em all on one image and then change the blending modes?

    help me please
     
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    Interesting photo, I like all those different poses. Very good.
     
  9. sycondavey

    sycondavey TPF Noob!

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    its very simple. take the pictures yourself with timedelay or even easier, get someone to take the pictures. sit the camera on something still. move to different spots, take pictures. then copy and paste yourself from each seperate picture to one. you can do this even in microsoft paint. (photshop cs is the best) then save the picture. simple.

    Here are two my friend drew did (he is the best person i know with photoshop-me and him have a lightbox display on a wall at school, like the CNN Wall):

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    This is something I put together for my fiance. I did it with layers instead of cut and paste. Same result just a different technique.

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    Hey CAS, u an' me gots the same PC Chair! ha!!! isn't it the most comfortable thing you ever sat in???

    At least for $79 bucks!
     
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    Ha, it's funny what people notice in a photo... guess I should have cleaned up first ;). That is a great chair though, I use it more than my cheap lumpy couch.
     

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