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07/30/2010 04:08:33 PM · #1
It has been done before but still looks wicked... old pictures melded into new ones taken recently.
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07/30/2010 04:24:42 PM · #2
That was cool. Might be neat to try that with my own local area.
07/30/2010 05:00:33 PM · #3
Would make an interesting (albeit limiting) challenge or side challenge.
07/30/2010 06:32:35 PM · #4
Now that is cool. I am gonna try that...I need to find old pics of my area.
07/30/2010 06:55:26 PM · #5
What about simply running a month long challenge where you capture the same scene twice on different days? Maybe that's not blasting very far into the past but it could still yield some interesting results.
07/30/2010 07:01:46 PM · #6
Originally posted by yanko:

What about simply running a month long challenge where you capture the same scene twice on different days? Maybe that's not blasting very far into the past but it could still yield some interesting results.

Hmmm... not sure I like it if I can't have old Nazi black & whites in it. ;-)
07/30/2010 07:18:54 PM · #7
Originally posted by Art Roflmao:

Originally posted by yanko:

What about simply running a month long challenge where you capture the same scene twice on different days? Maybe that's not blasting very far into the past but it could still yield some interesting results.

Hmmm... not sure I like it if I can't have old Nazi black & whites in it. ;-)


Come on where's your can do spirit? Just get on the phone and organize a Neo-Nazi march down city hall. Can't be too hard.
07/30/2010 07:22:03 PM · #8
Originally posted by yanko:

Originally posted by Art Roflmao:

Originally posted by yanko:

What about simply running a month long challenge where you capture the same scene twice on different days? Maybe that's not blasting very far into the past but it could still yield some interesting results.

Hmmm... not sure I like it if I can't have old Nazi black & whites in it. ;-)


Come on where's your can do spirit? Just get on the phone and organize a Neo-Nazi march down city hall. Can't be too hard.

Neos just aren't the same as the old school Nazis. They lack discipline. ...and a German accent.
07/30/2010 07:36:13 PM · #9
Originally posted by Art Roflmao:

They lack discipline. ...and a German accent.

Well, if you want to do this with accents, then we'll have to post them on a site that does video. Or have you figured out how to put accents in a still image?
07/30/2010 07:38:25 PM · #10
Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

Originally posted by Art Roflmao:

They lack discipline. ...and a German accent.

Well, if you want to do this with accents, then we'll have to post them on a site that does video. Or have you figured out how to put accents in a still image?


I take it you have never scratched one of Art's photos? You're missing out.
07/30/2010 10:48:50 PM · #11
Those are kind of cool~
07/30/2010 10:51:22 PM · #12
Originally posted by yanko:

Originally posted by Yo_Spiff:

Originally posted by Art Roflmao:

They lack discipline. ...and a German accent.

Well, if you want to do this with accents, then we'll have to post them on a site that does video. Or have you figured out how to put accents in a still image?


I take it you have never scratched one of Art's photos? You're missing out.


I don't know if I would want to scratch one of art's pics
07/31/2010 12:06:18 AM · #13
I don't think there would be such an incredible difference....but, what about a day/night variation? Same scene, one during the day, and a smaller ghost portion at night?

Originally posted by yanko:

What about simply running a month long challenge where you capture the same scene twice on different days? Maybe that's not blasting very far into the past but it could still yield some interesting results.
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