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An easy multilens experiment

Take that sampler out for a spin, and be surprised by what comes back. Samplers - whether super or action - can produce interesting sequences of movement.

The most obvious way of using this is using it to document someone or something’s movement, as such:

But when that movement isn’t available, how about moving the camera itself – or more specifically, spinning it? Even a slight twist of the wrist can get a more interesting arrangement than four identical, repeated frames…

And if you go fast enough, you can get a really wild effect!

But if you really, really want to confuse someone, do it with a Supersampler. The four strips will jumble up anything beyond almost all recognition.

Photo by coldkennels

And if even this doesn’t work for you… How about spinning yourself?

Photo by coldkennels

written by coldkennels


  1. orangeuke


    nice article!

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  2. analogmonolog


    cool :)

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  3. natalieerachel


    That bird is so cute :)

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  4. sweatheart333


    just got one!

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