How is this photo taken


kababoom

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Nov 23, 2004
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#1
I have come across a friend taking a photo with this effect which is a single exposure and no photoshop editing any advise how such effects comes about

$P1060265~2.jpg

Thanks

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keithwee

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Aug 20, 2010
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LittleRedDot
#3
Most cameras have this function (typically named multiple exposure). Fire one first then overlay the image over the next image and it's all done in camera. Quite a fun way to shoot.
 

Octarine

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Pasir Ris
#4
Does it have any '7th month deactivation'? ;)
 

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