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me me me me me

By sbeck
Just a little experiment I did last Sunday (6th March)

Tags: Digitally manipulated

Voters: ian_w, Kempo, lunaclara and 5 more


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ian_w 17 22 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2005 1:34AM
Very clever! I've tried doing this myself, but I always ended up looking like a ghost as you could see the furniture through me! I'd be interested in the technique so I could try and practise it (although I'm not entirely sure if it's just my camera!).
Kempo 17 4
9 Mar 2005 1:35AM
How?!! All I can think is some kind of time lapse or delay in shutter release, or is it digital post-production?
ian_w 17 22 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2005 1:47AM
My camera has an option for multi-exposure, which lets me take a number of pictures which are then super-imposed on top of each other to get the final result. Unfortunately, I look see-thru like a ghost, so not sure what I need to do to get the multi-exp to work correctly.
9 Mar 2005 1:49AM
this is really neat!! I like it, it looks so cute and fun to look at Smile
sbeck 16
9 Mar 2005 1:56AM
Kempo's right. It's digital post-production. I took 5 photos of me in different poses and positions with my camera on a tripod by the window. I used the 10 second delay timer so I had time to run into position and pose. I also had to make sure that nothing else in the frame moved and whatever I was holding had to be out of sight for the next picture. Then I uploaded them all onto my PC, opened Photoshop and copy&pasted them all together. A little bit of brightness control here and there sorts out any untidiness. Et voila
9 Mar 2005 2:04AM
This is so cool, I would like to do something like this, but seeing myself interact with 4 other 'me's might freak me out a bit ! Great effect x
Toppix 17 56 1 England
9 Mar 2005 2:26AM
It was mothering Sunday and all you could think of was me me me, bloody selfish. Just joking.
Obviously digitally done. When doing with multi exposure, Ian is right you often get a ghost effect. To combat that Ian you need to reduce the exposure time for each shot to compensate for how many you are taking.
Ian
sybilla 17 264
9 Mar 2005 3:18AM
Seems like you keep good company. Well executed.

Clare
pipapelada 17 135
9 Mar 2005 4:17AM
i LOVE this!! I din't appreciate it from the thumbnail but so glad i opened it up now!
pip
UserRemoved 17 53
9 Mar 2005 2:06PM
very weird.....and incredible...just love it...

Lizzie

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