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three faces , one exposure
three faces , one exposure
rhipster


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Challenge: Breaking New Ground (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon EOS-D60
Lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM
Location: Home
Date: Jan 14, 2005
Aperture: 22
ISO: 100
Shutter: 71 sec
Galleries: Portraiture, Studio
Date Uploaded: Jan 14, 2005

I used already this technique in the zodiac ( //www.dpchallenge.com/image.php?IMAGE_ID=56275 ) and time passing ( //www.dpchallenge.com/image.php?IMAGE_ID=123003 ) challenge some times ago.
Basicaly, it's the well known (?) paint with light technique, but I use a flash light operated manually, with different color masks. The studio is completely dark, my D60 set in bulb mode ,and I flash the model (myself in this case, I had nobody else available this evening :), trying to adjust correctly my attitude, 3 times with different colors, obtaining so a multiple exposition on one shot (being so compliant with the restricted editing rules ).
Lens Canon 50mm 1.4 @ 22
Post process: crop,hue-saturation, border, USM, resize, USM again and save for web.

Statistics
Place: 7 out of 191
Avg (all users): 7.0649
Avg (commenters): 8.2903
Avg (participants): 6.7396
Avg (non-participants): 7.1934
Views since voting: 5940
Views during voting: 633
Votes: 339
Comments: 39
Favorites: 10 (view)


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05/09/2005 09:02:20 PM
superb ;}

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01/26/2005 06:13:21 PM
Congratulations on your top ten! This is an outstanding entry!
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01/26/2005 08:23:41 AM
An outstanding triple exposure with great effect and untold clarity. Congratulations on your top 10 finish.
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01/26/2005 03:08:43 AM
It is a little dissapointing that this didn't ribbon you were very unlucky.
I didn't comment during the challenge because I wanted to see if you achieved this how I thought you did and it was.
Which makes it a even better image I gave it a 10 and pleased to be the second person to make it a favorite.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/25/2005 11:45:18 PM
Return for comment... I like how the expressions are so different. Good job. 10
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01/25/2005 11:21:58 PM
very cool. A 9 from me.
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01/25/2005 07:56:17 PM
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Message edited by author 2005-07-12 08:03:25.
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01/25/2005 06:17:02 PM
I like the color spread. Very nice.
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01/25/2005 03:18:12 AM
This is the best of the multi-faced images, strobe shots, simulated multiple-exposures, & whatever. This one appeals due to the clever lighting & the three distinct facial expressions; makes a very theatrical effect. 8.
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01/24/2005 05:51:19 PM
well done!!
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01/24/2005 04:44:27 AM
Slick execution - effective colour. Don't like the title though (will annoy after the challenge!). I'd like to have seen some purpose to matching the expressions with colour/mood, ie: anger, envy, sad?
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01/23/2005 06:55:07 PM
Very imaginative, and great expressions!
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01/22/2005 07:05:09 PM
this shot definitely has ghe wow factor. great job! 9
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01/22/2005 01:17:51 PM
I like this. Should do well
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01/21/2005 10:47:00 PM
Triple exposures are not original but you have made this unique by adding color. I also like the different expressions. This is an excellent, creative and well executed shot. Good job. One of my favorites
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01/21/2005 06:04:51 PM
this does not seem as an easy job
u did pretty well
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01/21/2005 06:01:37 PM
Wish my camera could do that, fantastic! Like the one body 3 heads effect
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01/21/2005 03:43:41 PM
I've seen your face before , this is really good . Should be top ten
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01/21/2005 04:44:28 AM
very nice stroboscopic. Had the brains to use different lighting too. 10
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01/21/2005 04:36:23 AM
Very well realised. Excelent lightning, very good expressions ... Congrats. 10
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01/21/2005 12:13:47 AM
The facial expressions are great, really made the photo. Beard needs a bit of a trim
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01/20/2005 10:45:14 PM
Three great exposures and very creative. The results are spectacular and I like how the shoulders are (mostly) sharply defined. Well done! 7
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01/20/2005 08:44:08 PM
Very nice. Love the primay colors.
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01/20/2005 04:44:01 PM
well done....9
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01/20/2005 01:42:09 PM
Great Colours. Reminds me of the technique used for your self portrait, but the rgb exposition makes it fit the challenge very well. Something I'll have to try out. 8.
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01/20/2005 09:59:15 AM
Very well done! My favorite in this challenge. 10
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01/20/2005 05:20:28 AM
Would love to know how you did this so well
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01/19/2005 08:15:31 PM
I've seen this done and am eager to read your comment so I can see how you did this with just basic editing. Very nice!! 9
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01/19/2005 05:46:58 PM
i think this is one of the most original ones i've seen yet. excellent job!
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01/19/2005 04:03:22 PM
You like this technique, don't you :)
Great job with it- the positions of your head are remarkably symmetrical and the exposure is very good. But since I've seen a number of your other pictures with this sort of setup it's unfortunately pretty clear that this is a refinement of a technique you have already used, not something new.

One of the drawbacks of having a distinct style, I suppose :)
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01/19/2005 03:47:52 PM
You really nailed this one. Perfect placement and expressions. 10
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01/19/2005 03:15:33 PM
Very nice. The way I would accomplish this, lacking d.e. is to use a single long exposure and shoot each position with a filter using strobe. Very well presented because it exceed the typical d.e. effect by adding the rbg charm. Bumping up
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01/19/2005 02:39:04 PM
Very Good - Looks like you actually stepped out and tried a new technique - 8
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01/19/2005 12:08:28 PM
excellent expressions - it's like you have the angel and the devil on your shoulders (except w/ the colors reversed)
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01/19/2005 10:42:43 AM
Well done! Got to be a top 3...
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01/19/2005 07:41:17 AM
I bet this took a few goes to get right! Nice effect.
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01/19/2005 02:08:19 AM
Great job! Perfect composition, nice use of varying facial expressions.
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01/19/2005 12:56:00 AM
Certainly looks like rhipster to me! Awesome work here -- I'm sure this took a bit of work to get right! A 10 from me.
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01/19/2005 12:47:15 AM
Great idea...nice change of expressions
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