Here's an interesting way to trick your friends. Will they believe you if you told them that you have a twin? Well if not...then show them some pictures of you and your twin...

I'll show you how to make this with Photoshop.

Step 1: You'll need...

 - a camera with self timer
 - tripod or if you don't have use anything else which can hold the camera stand still
 - photoshop
 - and...you haha :D

<p>;) me and my twin rock the same gear</p>
<p>I have a Twin Brother that I never told anyone!</p>
<p>Chloe &amp; Angela Sexii Milf Twins</p>
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<p>make it twin in one picture?</p>
<em>Interesting and amazing ...........</em>
Thank you!
this is a funny idea. :)
nice formatting
You&nbsp;<em>really do have&nbsp;</em>a twin sister????&nbsp;
This is my virtual twin sister :) In the real life I don't have a twin sister...
An easier way to do the same thing is to use the layer masks. Also you want to make sure certain parts of the photos line up. That way you don't have to mask out the whole of one photo or the other. Also I'll often find a complex background to photograph &quot;myselves&quot; on. That way people are less likely to think that you photoshopped the photo.<br><br>You can see that I've done something similar to a photo of myself here: http://ladykatianathebrave.deviantart.com/gallery/?offset=72#/d2s92gu
I love it. Sweet
&nbsp;No need to use a camera or use your whole body... &nbsp;you can have all sorts of fun with a scanner and parts of your body:<br /> <br /> <br />
Cool Effect!! but gross at the same time
Imagine being backhanded with that.
Creepy, and a bit Mandelbrot.
WOW! New movie Invasion of...&quot;The Frog People&quot;!
<p>Amusing...<br /> Creepy but amusing!<br /> <br /> I wonder wha it would be like to feel with so many fingers *hmm*</p>
Fantastic effect!, reminds me of coral<br />
Wow--a human fractal! :-)<br />
HAHAH!wow so smart!very cool too!
No, it's not grass, it's just fleecy blank:)
Nice job! A while ago I took a photography course where we did something similar.
Thanks :)
which photoshop did u download photoshop cs2
Here I'm using CS 4, but if you don't have it you can use CS 2, too. Actually you can do it with almost all versions of Photoshop.
The first image is my brother, the second image is me!
Good job :)
Thanks, I used GIMP.
I don't know the best program, but this can be done with video as well. There are two college students who have done music videos, that are amazing.Look for Sam Tsui, and enjoy.<br />
Obviously, video editing these days can make you think that anything is real! <br> <br>F
Very nice! To make it even more believable, adjust the brightness/contrast on the right person's sweatshirt so that the left person seems to cast a shadow on the right person. Your eye is looking for that shadow and adding it in (carefully) makes the Photoshopping harder to detect. <br />
Thanks for the advice I'll try it ;)<br />
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Made these a while ago, very fun to do!<br /> <a href="http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g298/LDB477/2808_79155271474_602296474_2163540_.jpg" rel="nofollow">i59.photobucket.com/albums/g298/LDB477/2808_79155271474_602296474_2163540_.jpg</a><br /> <a href="http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g298/LDB477/allweb.jpg" rel="nofollow">i59.photobucket.com/albums/g298/LDB477/allweb.jpg</a><br />
lol, I love the car one haha<br />
This is a great beginner ible. I would suggest however to spend time around the edges with an eraser tool on 25% opacity or something like that, and do a couple passes, maybe 25 is too much, 5 might work better to get a &quot;Paintbrush&quot; like application effect, where you use multiple strokes to get the right opacity, allowing for a greater level of refinement.<br /> <br /> As well you can help yourself with the editing work if you use a well lit background, and a contrasting color for your clothing, light against dark sort of thing. That way when you go into editing, you will be able to do a majority of the cutting using the &quot;Magnetic lasso tool&quot; to grab the outer edge of your &quot;twin&quot;.<br /> <br /> Pro's use plugins that are complex to the point of acting like a whole new program within photoshop, new tool sets, and even the layout of the program window changes.... either way, these plugins allow you to use mathematical algorythms that are built into the tool sets, that allow almost seemless extraction of &quot;twins&quot; and can accomplish this feat with cleaner edges, and in about 2 minutes flat.<br /> <br /> I love that others spent time to make their own, I think I've been inspired to do one of these in my spare time for some fun! I am a graphic designer, and a web site designer, and as such have bought the &quot;Adobe Master Colection CS4&quot; which includes photoshop. I also have the onOne Plugin suite to aid in &quot;twin&quot; extraction among other things. I realize that is not an option for the average person, as all that software is very expensive. I'll post it once I'm done! <br />
I would suggest taking the blur tool and blurring the edge where you did the cutout. Here is my version from 2007. I also used the gaussian blur filter to blur the backround layer. (p.s. i don't dress this stupid in real life, hehe)
&nbsp;You forgot to photoshop your twin into the glasses. Heck, you wouldn't even need to 'shop it. With the amount of bokeh on the back twin, you could easily get any random stand in to simulate your reflection
Why yes you are right. To be honest I didn't spend much time on this, I was really just screwing around when I was bored one day. I actually was just taking pictures of myself with the tripod for another project, and it was weeks later that I noticed that&nbsp;I could &quot;shop&quot; them together....had this been for anything besides a method of averting boredom, I would have spent the extra time to do it right.

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