Uploaded: February 27, 2008


Ever get the feeling someone's reading over your shoulder?

Step 1: Make up a sheet of different-sized circles with black circles inside and print several copies.
Step 2: Spend an hour with your daughter cutting out the circles
Step 3: Tape them to a black piece of fabric
Step 4: Take one shot, then edit it into the multiple-shot version
Step 5: Print the multiple shot and the headline and glue them to the newspaper
Step 6: Shoot (only needed one take at this point!)
Step 7: Edit to fade the too-white glued-on parts to match the newspaper's color.


Irene Colling level-classic March 15, 2008

Bravo, excellent, outstanding, wonderful etc. I love it. The eye's looking over the creative. You have accomplished what I had been contemplating. I remember seeing multiple or repeated pictures in a childrens book and gave some thought as to how I could accomplish the same thing with a photo. Well done. #878241

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