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So this one person did all this using just one person, and that got me wondering: How would one edit the photo to make it actually look like there were multiple versions of you standing in one area?

 

Bonus if you tell me how to do it without lasso tool, my hands are twitchy :/

 

Here's the photo: http://bricksinthewall.deviantart.com/art/Ummagumma-two-43208887

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Hi there - you would first need your photos to be cut out.  Here is how to do that.
 
Then to begin:
 
1.  Import a garden picture.
2.  Import a cut-out picture on a new layer.
3.  2nd image on a new layer.
4.  3rd image on a new layer.
5.  Merge the three image layers down.
6.  New Layer add a blank wall and floor - I used a linear gradient.
7.  Move it below the images.
8.  Flatten.
9.  Duplicate and make a Frame.  Here is the Plugin for Frames.
 
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10. Duplicate and use the Rectangle Select to resize and position the image left.
11. Repeat until you have enough images inside of each other.
12. Flatten.

http://i.imgur.com/hhMooBg.png

I hope this answers your question.

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Hi there - you would first need your photos to be cut out.  Here is how to do that.

 

Then to begin:

 

1.  Import a garden picture.

2.  Import a cut-out picture on a new layer.

3.  2nd image on a new layer.

4.  3rd image on a new layer.

5.  Merge the three image layers down.

6.  New Layer add a blank wall and floor - I used a linear gradient.

7.  Move it below the images.

8.  Flatten.

9.  Duplicate and make a Frame.  Here is the Plugin for Frames.

 

04LQoC0.png

 

10. Duplicate and use the Rectangle Select to resize and position the image left.

11. Repeat until you have enough images inside of each other.

12. Flatten.

http://i.imgur.com/hhMooBg.png

I hope this answers your question.

That's a very interesting version of Ummagumma :D

Anyways, thanks for the tutorial. I guess I'm gonna have to take a few photos of myself, huh? :P

All in all, you're just another brick in the wall.



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