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The Recursive Camera

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You'll need a camera. And you'll need another frame. Hold the frame in one hand (don't let you hand cover the side facing you), and take a picture with it in the center of the image. Then step backwards and take another photo just like it. Repeat until you are tired of making art. Nest the images in Prezi inside the frame of the next picture. Now make a zoom path. Record it with video capture software. Add some video editing (you'll have to use multiple stacks(only so much zoom in Prezi atm) and splice the ends of them together to make it seem contiguous), and you have a trippy video. Make sure you're telling a story with your images and add voice-over narration where/if appropriate.

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Stubborn Prezi User

A 5-star assignment: You’ll need a camera. And you’ll need another frame. Hold the frame in one hand (don’t let you hand cover the side facing you), and take a picture with it in the center of the image. Then step backwards and take another photo just like it. Repeat…

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