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Multiplicity Photoshops: 22 Photos of Clones Having Fun


Multiplicity. It’s a word you might’ve heard of before. It’s basically what happens when a photographer takes multiple photographs of a single scene in which the subject (e.g. the person in the photo) happens to be doing a whole lot of different things. The photographer then crops out the subject and adds each pose into a single photo—effectively creating clones.

We’ve compiled a number of fun galleries in which clones are having fun—on the beach, around a car, at the workplace, and at home.

It might even inspire you to create a multiplicity shot of your own. With a program like GIMP or Photoshop, a good camera, and some time and patience, it’s not too hard pull off.