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Marko
04-08-2010, 11:49 PM
In-camera multiple exposure - Pretty much SOOC.

Iguanasan
04-09-2010, 12:03 AM
Cool shot :) How do you do that? Is that a camera feature or did you do it with the bulb setting and a trick of the lighting?

Marko
04-09-2010, 12:29 AM
It's a camera feature that emulates what SLR cameras did; expose X number of shots on the same 'frame'. Neat eh? Of course the 'layering' is the tricky part and you'll many bad ones.

Marko
04-09-2010, 12:32 AM
Here's another - Inside Isabelle II

JAS_Photo
04-09-2010, 02:05 AM
This is very cool and also very freaky to me. My brain wants to make the "middle eye" belong the the right-looking face when in fact it belongs to the straight on-looking face.But really it is a bit of both if you look closely. Ok, that was confusing. Anyway, it is weird to my brain. The placing of the girl in the frame is perfect and that must have taken some doing. It kind of reminds me of the masks you see where one face in front is smiling and another face in the back is frowning, only here the expression is about the same. Remember the movie "Eyes Wide Shut"? That is what I think of when I look at this. Very clever and well done, Marko, but it is also rather vaquely disturbing.

Marko
04-09-2010, 10:05 AM
This is very cool and also very freaky to me. My brain wants to make the "middle eye" belong the the right-looking face when in fact it belongs to the straight on-looking face.But really it is a bit of both if you look closely. Ok, that was confusing. Anyway, it is weird to my brain. The placing of the girl in the frame is perfect and that must have taken some doing. It kind of reminds me of the masks you see where one face in front is smiling and another face in the back is frowning, only here the expression is about the same. Remember the movie "Eyes Wide Shut"? That is what I think of when I look at this. Very clever and well done, Marko, but it is also rather vaquely disturbing.

Thanks for the comment! If these shots are somewhat disturbing than I feel I have done a good job. It was, my intent. I LOVED LOVED LOVED the film eyes wide shut btw.

Jason
04-09-2010, 01:50 PM
That is one disturbing shot Marko. Or rather two disturbing shots in one!

Very cool stuff.

Rinkdaddy
04-17-2010, 08:39 PM
That is really cool! I can't take my third eye off of it.