Cloning Experiments: Jess Payne

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    More cloning goodness. This time it's Jess Payne - fellow student and photographer and all-round good laugh.

    These photos were taken back on October 9, and combined today as I have very little to do to keep my occupied other than play Carmageddon.

    juliekellet, chmerkovskiyfan, and 26 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. JESS. =] ages ago | reply

      four jess' what more could you need!

    2. Jonnyfez ages ago | reply

      Hey, nice clones and I love the setting here. Did you clone the bench too or was ther two? They look very similar.

    3. JESS. =] ages ago | reply

      there were two seperate benches

    4. Jyoti Mishra ages ago | reply

      Very cool pic! You should add it to one of the clone groups, I'm sure people would love it.

    5. PhantomWard ages ago | reply

      Hey, neat trick!
      How did you do it?

    6. orangeacid ages ago | reply

      With stem cells, potions and bolts of lightning :-)

      (and a camera, and a tripod, and a copy of photoshop)

    7. Wormsley ages ago | reply

      Scariest photo on flickr award goes to dan for this one

    8. chmerkovskiyfan ages ago | reply

      Love it, almost Patrizio De Renzo-ish.

    9. disgusted fish [deleted] ages ago | reply

      wowowowowow, is perfect

    10. You, Me & Nikon ages ago | reply

      Very nice, I like the backdrop and composition.

    11. Girl_On_E ages ago | reply

      Really cute!

    12. hubsio ages ago | reply

      cool...! =)

    13. Silviano Carrillo 119 months ago | reply

      This is a very nice photo, not just for the clones (in which you did a very good job), but the light the poses, framing and that place are very cool.

    14. anonygoose 118 months ago | reply

      Great picture. Carmageddon also rocks :P

    15. woodsnrain 41 months ago | reply

      Hi, Writing a post for my blog on cloning, I couldn't believe my eyes when I searched for and found this perfect image. Thank you for so generously allowing this to be shared. I have used it as the cover image for my short story
      Do check it out when you get a chance. Thanks again.

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