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Jun 03, 2008 23:46 |  #1

I know it's been done to death but maybe the newbies would like a go...?

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Jun 03, 2008 23:56 |  #2

Tutorial?


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Jun 04, 2008 01:38 |  #3

that is petty neat. I am going to have to try it some time.




  
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Jun 04, 2008 01:42 as a reply to  @ reefergal's post |  #4

That is amazing. I need to try this too! Alright guys, time to see more shots. There has to be more than one of you who does this... even if you don't like to admit from time to time.


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Jun 04, 2008 07:09 |  #5

I didn't set out to make this a multi exposure - it was a series of 8 or so photos taken in quick succession of my daugher while we where on holiday - it was only when we got home and I was playing around in photoshop that this came out. It's the first attempt at anything like this and I think I can see the odd join etc. so will have another attempt at some point. C&C most welcome.

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Jun 04, 2008 11:49 |  #6

Here's an old one I played around with again.

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Jun 04, 2008 12:54 |  #7

IBLinKYI wrote in post #5658298 (external link)
Here's an old one I played around with again.

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That is just plain AWESOME! :D


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Jun 04, 2008 12:56 |  #8

Quick question for those who did it: Obviously you "sandwich" multiple exposure one on top of the other. But doesn't the sandwiching darkens them? How do you stack-layer them without affecting exposure levels? What filter application are you using in PS? (e.g. Multiply, Screen, etc.)....


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Jun 04, 2008 13:31 as a reply to  @ aridan's post |  #9
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Jun 04, 2008 16:35 |  #10

NewattheGame wrote in post #5655387 (external link)
I know it's been done to death but maybe the newbies would like a go...?
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That's a lot of outfit changes...

I think these are all photoshopped, not actual in camera multiple exposures which is, I am guessing, what the OP intended.


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Jun 04, 2008 21:01 |  #11

Ainoko is technically accurate, in the digital age it's photoshoped to get the multi-exposure effect. done in layers with masks. The obvious weak spot in mine is my right elbow in the middle; it was resting on a cushion but I masked it away and it's now hanging in mid air. You can't get the results shown here with in-camera multiple exposures; at least not without darkroom processing. Much easier and more fun in digital. The family love them, especially the kids.


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Jun 04, 2008 21:37 |  #12

Car wrote in post #5656752 (external link)
I didn't set out to make this a multi exposure - it was a series of 8 or so photos taken in quick succession of my daugher while we where on holiday - it was only when we got home and I was playing around in photoshop that this came out. It's the first attempt at anything like this and I think I can see the odd join etc. so will have another attempt at some point. C&C most welcome.
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This is just lovely. Cute girl+Great skill=perfect shot.
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Jun 04, 2008 22:55 |  #13

I love it, do you guys use the clone stamp tool ?




  
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Jun 04, 2008 22:56 |  #14

this is one i did as a gift for someone, its not set in a location, but in front of a collage

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edit: idk why it looks so dark, the print came out much better

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Jun 04, 2008 23:04 |  #15

oh i found some more old ones

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