Phantoms Thrice.

© Andrew McClintock

Phantoms Thrice.

Uploaded: December 06, 2003

Description

Do you see these figments three?

Comments

Adam Bolt December 06, 2003

LOVE IT! How was it created Andrew?
Cheers Adam #79479

Andrew McClintock December 06, 2003

Thanks for the comment Adam and thanks for the question. The water portion of the picture was the hardest. I sprayed my face with water that was dyed blue and then took a picture. In photoshop I selected just the water droplets. I then pasted them on a black background leaving just an impression of my face. The other face was created in pitch black with a laser. I opened the shutter for about four seconds and then simply "scanned" my face. All that showed was the laser, hinting the shape of my face. Then the two were put together and a few finishing touches (lips primarily) and the image was complete. I'm glad that it actually appealed to someone. Thanks again. #291063

December 07, 2003

Andrew, Love this picture. I stared at it for almost 10 minutes. Just great. Awesome job!
Shannon #291878

Jason Gehrman April 15, 2005

WOW!!!! I love this photo for so many reasons. Its original, its artistic, and its technical and required PS skills (frankly I'm tired of baby faces in the people gallery...no offence if you have any on the site). Its great to see something original.....you have also inspired me to try out some stuff. #1257130

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