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  1. #1
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    Confusing picture

    http://www.seraph3d.com/bio.htm How do you guys think he made that picture?

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    err.... got me
    Yay for crazy people!

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    easy held a piece of glass while somone else took the picture
    then he printed it

    and took another picture with him holding the picture

    the give away is the panel covered ductwork in the upper right corner and the dudes right hand
    Aint that some ...

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    hmm...

    1.step: take a picture of your selve
    2.step: print it
    3.step: but it in to your hands and but camera to some kinda fo stand and take delayed picture

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    Why not ask him? http://sv3.3dbuzz.com/vbforum/member...o&userid=18767 And while you're at it read his Featured Member article: http://sv3.3dbuzz.com/vbforum/itv_main.php?featureID=58

  6. #6
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    Originally posted by the_Jester
    easy held a piece of glass while somone else took the picture
    then he printed it

    and took another picture with him holding the picture

    the give away is the panel covered ductwork in the upper right corner and the dudes right hand
    darn I am still confused. I guess I'll never know

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    Its rather easy, and it looks pretty neat. You simply get someone to take your photo while u have ur hands spread out like the way he has it. Then.. once you printed that picture, you hold the photo in the same postion (or maybe abit to the back or forward) then someone else takes the picture of you holding that picture.

    Basicly.. ur taking a picture of a picture. I dont think any mirrors were involved in this.
    Last edited by DrVirus; 01-25-2005 at 08:55 PM.

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    his work is amazing! i love the colored (RGB) one... it's sweet!

    http://www.seraph3d.com/RGB.htm
    - Rik

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    Hey guys!

    Actually nobody has guessed right about how I took that photo.

    1. Take a picture of yourself holding a blank piece of white paper in front of your face.
    2. Drop the paper and nudge forward towards the camera keeping pretty much the same pose. Take another picture.
    3. Print the first image (using traditional photography developing techniques). Then resize the second image down and position it on top of the first print. Then print the second image on top.

    Thanks for the kind words hrjansen

    Tim J

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    Yay! Now that actually makes sense. Thanks for the reply seraph135

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