Three’s Company

August 1st, 2011

Three’s Company - Siblings

First one to call it gets to be “ghosted.”

(submitted by Patrick)

22 Responses to “Three’s Company”

  1. This is the best ever. Our next family photo…

  2. Cuppy says:

    you would think the photographer would know to move back then he could get all three in teh picture

  3. Alan says:

    Always one sister who is a head of the others.

  4. gunjan says:

    nice family picture…

  5. Cheryl says:

    This is not photoshopped. This is an example of bad 80s professional photography.

    • jaklumen says:

      I am so glad that style has fallen out of favor. Although not Photoshopped, the style IS a composite technique, and it emerged in the mid ’70s or so. This photo isn’t even a good example.

      The way it was typically done was with a single subject and two shots, with the “ghost” face printed proportionately larger than the main subject. The photographer would take the main shot first, then drape the subject in black cloth for the “ghost” shot, to be added later in the development room.

  6. Bob says:

    Three Sisters; one sitting, one standing, one floating

  7. Laurel Green says:

    Are all three the same person?

  8. Brenda says:

    I think it would be interesting to discover that these are three people who have never actually met. Perhaps there’s a family feud, and this is the only way they can be pictured together? Maybe they get along great but have very busy, incompatible schedules. I want to know n

  9. TipToeDude says:

    “The Three Faces of Eve: The Next Generation (TNG)”.

  10. mrs5180 says:

    perfect example of just because you can, doesn’t mean you should

  11. cocamojoe says:


  12. Stacey says:

    I call it!!!

  13. Cat says:

    Which one’s Patrick?!

  14. Bean says:

    Even the proportions are completely off! Great awkward photo.

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