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:iconburningscream:
@03:44Pretty cool!:D
Thank you! [:
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:iconkin-the-fox:
@05:22I've always wondered how they did that!!!Awesome tutorial!:D
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:iconzigaton:
@03:40swallowing time
who doesn't like to swallow
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:iconses-1:
@00:39I've done this in my picture, many mes if you want to take a look in my gallery :D you did a good job with the tutorial :)
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:icon88bluemelon:
awww, any cam is good actually, its just the matter of quality
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viktike Aug 10, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
@05:36woow..i like it :)
that's so cool!
thx
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swandundee Aug 10, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
@04:58nice tut, didnt know about the stack images bit will try that out next time.
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This is a camera / Photoshop tutorial that shows you how to do Multiplicity Photography and Sequence Photography.

If you are into this technique, you may be interested my e-book, Trick Photography and Special Effects.

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Given 2010-08-10
Multiplicity Photography Tut by *Vlue offers quick and easy tips on multiplicity photo manipulation. Learn to create this trick photography effect in under 6 minutes with this fun video tutorial. Can you get 100 of yourself in a single shot? Take the challenge! ( Featured by FantasyStock )
:iconjames77777:
Thanks, great technique. Here's my job  (james77777.deviantart.com/art/…
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:iconjames77777:
Sorry but link don't work. Please click on my name and browse! ;o)-
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:iconrapdemon:
Cheers for sharing! :thumbsup:
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:iconburningscream:
@03:44Pretty cool!:D
Thank you! [:
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:icon0marasleep:
Wanna try wanna try wanna ry :D
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Mailla Feb 15, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Yesterday, I tried it for the first time ... :D Here are the outcomes: [link] and [link]
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Vlue Feb 15, 2011   Photographer
nice job!
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Mailla Feb 16, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you! Although it was a little bit difficult for me, because I use Photoshop Elements 6 :D
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