4.07.2009

Wordless Wednesday - InvisiGirl












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21 comments:

~michelle pendergrass said...

Those are eerily cool Dianne!

Beth said...

Ok, explanation, please. How did you do that?! And, it is a little creepy, I have to admit :)

Daddy Forever said...

Cool photos. Great job on the special effects.

Nikowa@KHA said...

GREAT photos! LOVE the effects!

MommyWizdom said...

Very cool! You're having toooo much fun!

Happy WW!

MommyWizdom

Erin @ Furry Murray said...

Awesome effects! Wow!

Gabriel said...

Those are great pictures, Dianne!!!

Thanks for another week of linky love.

Sara Bonds said...

Beautiful and a little scary. I watch way too many ghost shows. hehe

Happy WW! Mine is at : http://ordinaryandawesome.blogspot.com/search/label/WW

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

Awesome. Reminds me of an accidental shot taken at a baby shower before they days of photoshop... of a cake which read baby super-imposed over a pregnant woman holding a newborn.
Your's do look very eerie, like a sprite running through the house.

Newlyweds Guide Francesca said...

This effect would be great for an invitation or greeting card for Halloween. Great job!

Indrani said...

I have some shots like this. They happened by chance. I tried to recreate the same settings but failed to get the same effect. :)

amanda said...

Absolutely amazing!

Liz said...

Ooh, very cool! And it looks like she was having fun!

kaye said...

I'm wordless

amazing pictures, I'd ask how you did that but I wouldn't understand and I probably don't own the right camera. so i'll just enjoy!

http://ladygaladrielkj.blogspot.com/2009/04/wordless-wednesday-easter-egg-hunt.html

NoBS said...

Very cool!

Robyn Jones said...

Wow! Those are some pretty trippy pictures!!

Rachael said...

Very cool!

lisaschaos said...

She must be fun to have around! And she is adorable!

Joyful@JoyfulJourney said...

Hi Dianne,
Ok, I give, how did you do these pictures!? Really cool!!

I had a wonderful time at the AWI conference. Thanks for being there and answering some of my questions.

Blessings,
Joyful@JoyfulJourney

BK said...

I am definitely curious to find out, like some of the others here, how you did it? Very interesting shot.

dianne - bunny trails said...

I shared this with some - guess I should've told in my comments.

Slow down your shutter speed and follow your subject in action. Since my niece is VERY active, I had opportunity to get a ton of shots of her. :D

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