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    I did this a while ago as a test but it turned out quite well and it was fun...

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    1. robert.zimmermann 104 months ago | reply

      yeah, interesting idea, but the execution is weak.

      -voted as "deleteme" (from the Delete me! group)

    2. popoleen [deleted] 104 months ago | reply

      this was a good try and you should investigate it more and make everything more concentrated

      voted "deleteme"

    3. dumbskull 104 months ago | reply

      @urban disturbance.

      I assumed you used an intervolmeter (Multi exposure) shot, i guess its a canon term. shooting the same picture frame over a period of time.

    4. Urban Disturbance 104 months ago | reply

      @dumbskull
      no, put the camera on a tripod, took the shots wit the self-timer and moved around the room. Then took one image as the base and cut and pasted all clones into the base image. Before that I tweaked brighness etc for all of them...I am quite happy with the result but I admit it could have been done better, for instance I did not feather the cutouts...but as i mentioned only an experiment, I might do a proper one sometime...

    5. 15FeetOfPureWhiteSnow [deleted] 104 months ago | reply

      i am giving it a save. it's hard work paid off shot in my book. i love the composition - it's not your simple window sill crack artsiness - it's an interior shot. it has magazine feel polish to it. i am surprised at some of the flat comments.

      -voted as "saveme2" (from the Delete me! group)

    6. LindseyNicole 104 months ago | reply

      Interesting work. I don't know. It just doesn't really do much for me.

      -voted as "deleteme7" (from the Delete me! group)

    7. dakh 104 months ago | reply

      Yeah, too much unneccesary detail here, doesn't work for me.

      -voted as "deleteme8" (from the Delete me! group)

    8. forbes_jeff 104 months ago | reply

      Well done, for an experiment.

      Now go back and do this in an environment more conducive to a good photo (IE *no* distractions)

      -voted as "deleteme9" (from the Delete me! group)

    9. JJParé 104 months ago | reply

      worthy as an experiment, but the composition itself is too snapshotty (a new, DM-specific adjective — pass it on!). keep trying.

      -voted as "deleteme10" (from the Delete me! group)

    10. Mr. Mark 104 months ago | reply

      better than 'snapshitty'
      (another new term)

    11. JJParé 104 months ago | reply

      :D
      this is true.

    12. Urban Disturbance 104 months ago | reply

      if you knew how long it took to create this whole thing you wouldn't call it snapshotty .-)

    13. Carl Puentes Photography 94 months ago | reply

      i love to do that! =P
      verry well done !=P

      3:1

    14. ölbergdesign [deleted] 94 months ago | reply

      well done!
      (3:1 Group)

    15. Greg Adams Photography 94 months ago | reply

      Looks like you are arguing with yourself about who didn't take out the garbage...

      Nice shot!

    16. arvind k 94 months ago | reply

      I also like this one

    17. Lightscapes 92 months ago | reply

      Nicely done! I see one of you fell asleep amongst all the excitement.

      I still think my subject are nicer to look at...I figure it must be the longer hair. ;-)

      Triple Threat

    18. Urban Disturbance 92 months ago | reply

      you definitely have a point there....next time I'll have to get one of my models to pose in the same way...

    19. SherlockMac 83 months ago | reply

      or better yet grow some hair!! ;) just kidding .. very nice ...

    20. zedhakim 77 months ago | reply

      That is nice. Very much like magic. Tell us how you didi it!

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