American Fits 100 Selfies In A Single Frame
An airline employee created a single photo out of 100 self portraits made in the cabin of an passenger airplane
Just for fun an employee of JetBlue Airways in Houston, Timothy LaBranche made a photo of an airplane cabin full of people where he himself played the role of every passenger. The idea for this photo had been brewing in his mind for months, writes Petapixel He did not have a chance to fulfill his dream until recently. To make the photo he arrived at work at 3AM, set up his camera at the front of the airplane and using the remote control captured himself 100 times changing poses and facial expressions. It took about 5 hours to post-process the images, combining the photos. LaBranche said that he initially planned to make selfies wearing different outfits, but did not have enough time.