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How to Choose Between Multiple Guys: 14 Steps (with Pictures)

Multiple pics of same guy

If you come across any rule violations please report the submission or and one of us will remove it! Then I went in with the eraser tool and tried to delete as much as I could around me, leaving only me, my clothes and the shadows. No subreddit-related meta-drama or witch-hunts. The photographer takes multiple pictures of a scene while they get the same person to do different poses within the scene. . Profile 1 Okay, imagine all you have to go off of about Chris what he looks like, what his personality is like is based on these three pictures. There are various options for iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

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[1 Guy, 5 Profiles] Different Pics Make You Seem Like a Different Person

Multiple pics of same guy

I set the camera on auto with a 10 sec delay. Either way, it is great fun to try. I went to Pic 2 the center pic and selected and deleted everything to the right and left of me. You need to hold the camera in place while you take both photos or you might end up with a wonky image. In these photos, Chris appears in novel situations. If your setup got bumped, you can probably still line things up well enough to work. Profile 3 Is Chris a goofy guy who struggles to take himself and others seriously? Your state is always changing.

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Clone yourself: Apps to put more than one of the same person in one photo

Multiple pics of same guy

Try this tutorial for the putting it all together part. You take a base photo of a scene. You can share your pictures straight to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr. Yeah what the topic says if it makes any sense. You draw over the part of the second photo that you want to appear in the base photo. The multiple pictures are then split and put together to form one composite image.

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All the same guy. : pics

Multiple pics of same guy

Please be respectful to others. You can select different types of frames and drag the boundaries of each picture, even after you take the photos. Then I moved this one to the top, and you see the results. Check out for help with taking down posts due to copyright or personal identifiable information reasons. This is a bit on the freaky side. For this image it was a crop here, a filter and color adjustment there, and erasing the umbrella light reflection in the window.

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Making photos with the same person in different poses???

Multiple pics of same guy

You'll probably have to play around a bit to get the right settings for optimum focus. All the tricky stuff done and dusted. You now just have these three pictures to base your impression of Chris off of. For example, suppose I wanted to take a photo of myself sitting on a chair, then in the background, there I am again, say looking out a window, and there I am again over in the corner reading a book. There are also a range of filters and you can specify the amount of blur between each image.

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How To Create Two of the Same Person in One Photograph Using Photoshop

Multiple pics of same guy

Personal attacks, bigotry, fighting words, otherwise inappropriate behavior or content, comments that insult or demean a specific user or group of users will be removed. Just curious if someone could explain their secret on taking shots with one person, in different poses in different positions in the frame, all in one photo. The more versions you have, the better chance of finding a perfect match in the editing stage. Don't delete it as that just makes the filter hate you! If you want to spend the measly 99 cents, you can also get some unique features in the pro version, including the ability to apply filters to each individual image. But I am happy to see you so many times in self-portraits.

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Making photos with the same person in different poses???

Multiple pics of same guy

The same is true of pictures of you. The main trick to this technique is to get things set up well in the shooting stage so everything goes smoothly when you go to edit. If your submission appears to be filtered, but definitely meets the above rules, with a link to the comments section of your post not a direct link to the image. If you do, please share your results in the comments. How do I set up my camera for a shot like that exposure, focus, etc. Optimally, the level of discourse here should be at the level you'd find between you and your teacher, or between you and professional colleagues. Links If your post doesn't meet the above rules, consider submitting it on one of these other subreddits: Subreddits Below is a table of subreddits that you might want to check out! Share it in the comments or on our Facebook page.

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