[Infographic] Duplicate objects in your pictures using multi-exposures


Post-editing photos on your PC is more than just a way to tweak them—it’s also great for various experiments. Like duplicating moving objects, for example. Doing that might give you a time-lapse image, clones of your Christmas gifts, or even your own band where you’re playing every instrument.

Cloning the objects in a picture is simple. All you need is Zoner Photo Studio and a few shots that have the same subject in different positions. And then you just leave it up to ZPS to join them into one picture. 

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Source photos
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Joining multiple exposures
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Duplicating objects
Final edits

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