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    I made this photo, by putting my camera on my tripod, and then setting it to Self timer mode. I then took 6 pictures of myself, and then stitched them together using photoshop. I apologize for the small size, but it wouldn't let me attach anything bigger. To see a bigger image please goto

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    Looks good. Try using a photo site like Flickr to post links to your photos. That way everyone can see a better bigger picture. Let me know if you need any help.

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    How exactly did you do this, I've been wondering for a while now because I wanted to do this. I am not really sure where to start in photoshop though.
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    I linked to the picture you have on Facebook.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kilroy was here View Post
    How exactly did you do this, I've been wondering for a while now because I wanted to do this. I am not really sure where to start in photoshop though.
    Clockdoc did a thing like this not too long ago and kicked off a little craze: Quintuplets Car Wash
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kilroy was here View Post
    How exactly did you do this, I've been wondering for a while now because I wanted to do this. I am not really sure where to start in photoshop though.
    For this i worked in layers and erased over the parts that needed to be shown..i.e. the parts of the picture that i was in..for the parts where i overlapped, i outlined myself with the marquee tool and then reversed the highlight...so that i could erase the back ground..and reveal the other layers ..that would have the same identical background. If you still need a bit more help understanding the process, feel free to email me , and ill do my best to help rose.aaron@hotmail.com Also, i apologize again for the smaller picture, next time i will us Flicker

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    Well I used a free software called autostitch. It does everything automatically. It is really good at making panaromas.

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    Thie is neat, ';0)... I need to try it.
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