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    The Grandchildren are with us for the next few days, so yesterday we took them to the pool.

    Camera is the 6DMKII w/EF 24-104mm

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    Jump 1 by tesarver, on Flickr

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    Jump 2 by tesarver, on Flickr

    Jump 3:
    Jump 3 by tesarver, on Flickr

    Comments welcomed

    Tom

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    Nice series Tom. I like #3 the best as the sequence is very good.
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    Amazing and very good fun Tom.

    I get worn out with two grandchildren ......... you have fifteen!
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    Fascinating pictures. The good thing with grandchildren is that you can give them back :-)
    Always be sincere - even when you don't mean it!

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    Thanks Nat, Colin and Alan for the positive feedback and stopping by

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    Excellent sequence shots Tom

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    Thanks Stan

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    These are great and I bet the kids love them!I agree with Nat that number 3 is the clearest.
    Can you do this multiple exposure in camera with the new 6d mark 2 as one action or is it put together in post processing?

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    That is an amazing set...great fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunarbo View Post
    These are great and I bet the kids love them!I agree with Nat that number 3 is the clearest.
    Can you do this multiple exposure in camera with the new 6d mark 2 as one action or is it put together in post processing?
    This was done in post processing using Elements 15. Thanks for stopping by Bo & Brian

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