Cloned Photos

Cloned Photos is a mini-series that began to develop from my 365 Days of Clones and has now continued with my 52 Weeks of Star Wars and 12 Months of Star Wars History series.

Although the concept of recreating historical images is not original, I believe I have put a new twist on the idea. Cloned Photos uses Clone Troopers and other Star Wars characters to recreate important and historical images.

The original Cloned Photos from my 365 Days of Clones were created, taken and edited on the same date as the original photograph or on the birthday of the photographer or artist who created the image. There were; however, many images that I missed, didn’t have the time to create or hadn’t thought about that I have now begun to go back and create in my new series.

The photo project began on February 23, 2011 and is ongoing.

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  1. Imagens históricas recriadas com Clone Troopers
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  4. Famous Images Recreated Using Star Wars Figures | Hidden Rebel Base
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    [...] plus other characters from the film, to recreate famous historical and important images in his Cloned Photos series. This collection is a miniseries of his daily 365 Days of Clones series and has now [...]

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    [...] the Star Wars Universe. While this is a common thing to do with Photoshop, Eger’s two series “365 Days of Clones” and “52 Weeks of Clones” keeps it to practical means using just action figures, lighting, and his camera. Whether or not [...]

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