Multiple exposures? Though that would involve not winding the film on, which must be hard in a digital camera. btw, isn't there someone/something in Star Trek who has a similar wallpaper effect on their nose?
One exposure - multiple flashes (including the slave flash from the studio lighting gear). I usually manage to cover the wallpaper effect up with foundation. It's nearly as much of a cosmetic problem as my abnormally huge hand. I do wish people would stop commenting on my various flaws...;-)
ahahahawhat flaws? mmmmmsuper duper long exposure?like 10 seconds?(no, i didn't cheat and look at exif data or anything either!)moving around.. mirror...tho i'm really impressed the mirror images stayed but your body in front of em didn't.... hmmmmm
f29, 13s. I think it's the extra flashes that make me see-through...:-)
flashes? what are those?i'm scared of flash! maybe some day...did you have a handy assistant?
I'm actually not mad keen on flash myself if I can avoid it - but it's good for ghostly pics :-) I had hoped the cat might assist, but she ran away and I just had to move really quickly...
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