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6 persons :) 3 at the top and the other 3 across the image! :) 8 shots total (i think!)

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any kind of critiqie is highly recommended and welcomed!

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Nice how did u do this one? I knw there are sevral ways of doing this!

When i did my own i used layer mask and then just painted back the person back in!


I have never done it with so many people! but where you in it?

I think its great fun to do this kinds of things!

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Hi HNV,

Sorry, but I've had to replace the [img]..[/img] tags with [url]..[/url] tags as, at 1280 x 853 pixels, your image far exceeds our maximum guideline width of 1024 pixels. Please feel free to edit your post and display a smaller image and be kind to members with smaller monitors. 8)

Nice shot, by the way.

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Hehe.... thats a creative shot mate !

There has been a similar post earlier where someone photographed his wife in the garden.

Good going !

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yeah i know the picture with his wife :) i've done this before too, but not with so many peples :) it was challening but fun :P

about the size of the picture, i'm sorry but there were several people that didn't noticed that there were only 3 persons in the picture :) and i decided tu submit a slightly larger one. i'll resize it and post a 1024 width version.

thanks for your patience,
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Very nice! I'm gonna have to try this out myself someday...

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great job but you might wanna add in some shadows...unless its really faint.

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the original shadows are there :) that's the lighting :)

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Nice one NNV! It took me a while to realise what you've done. :)

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What WILL you come up with next? This is really fun to look at and took me a minute or two to catch on, too...great work, just shows how enticing that post production work can be, and how far you can take it Cloning "new" people ...I like the "many" wives one, too...great job here.


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