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Challenge: Multiple/Double Exposure July 13-17, 2020
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Jul 12, 2020 20:51:41   #
PAToGraphy Loc: Portland ME area
 
Thanks, Larry for hosting a Free Challenge Weekend. If you were looking for "Yard Birds" with Sunnybuck, it was necessary to switch challenge calendar dates; "Yard Birds" will appear for week of 7/27-7/31.

In my film days a multiple or double exposure was something you didn't want to see. Now there are multiple ways to create them purposefully and artistically in camera or in post. Smart phones have a number of apps to accomplish the same thing.

This article has some excellent examples, tips and images: https://digital-photography-school.com/multiple-exposures-camera/

I'll start off with a few images taken using the multiple exposure feature in my camera. And 2 images fused in my smart phone. The challenge is finding shots that will merge well together. In future posts, I'll show some created in post (layering, really) and how I used them.
3 overlapping shots
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Jul 12, 2020 21:42:55   #
William Loc: Mississippi
 
like it well/rare/done
begining to find out what I forgot how
begining to find out what I forgot how...
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Jul 12, 2020 21:54:38   #
William Loc: Mississippi
 
use the lens
abuse the lens
crack that whip
beep
beep...
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Jul 12, 2020 22:00:52   #
William Loc: Mississippi
 
not multiple but feels like
mirrer zoom
mirrer zoom...
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patio studio ...
patio studio ......
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Jul 12, 2020 23:16:42   #
William Loc: Mississippi
 
PAToGraphy wrote:
Thanks, Larry for hosting a Free Challenge Weekend. If you were looking for "Yard Birds" with Sunnybuck, it was necessary to switch challenge calendar dates; "Yard Birds" will appear for week of 7/27-7/31.

In my film days a multiple or double exposure was something you didn't want to see. Now there are multiple ways to create them purposefully and artistically in camera or in post. Smart phones have a number of apps to accomplish the same thing.

This article has some excellent examples, tips and images: https://digital-photography-school.com/multiple-exposures-camera/

I'll start off with a few images taken using the multiple exposure feature in my camera. And 2 images fused in my smart phone. The challenge is finding shots that will merge well together. In future posts, I'll show some created in post (layering, really) and how I used them.
Thanks, Larry for hosting a Free Challenge Weekend... (show quote)


wow thinking around after/thinking/it

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Jul 12, 2020 23:58:48   #
Rolk Loc: South Central PA
 
PAToGraphy wrote:
Thanks, Larry for hosting a Free Challenge Weekend. If you were looking for "Yard Birds" with Sunnybuck, it was necessary to switch challenge calendar dates; "Yard Birds" will appear for week of 7/27-7/31.

In my film days a multiple or double exposure was something you didn't want to see. Now there are multiple ways to create them purposefully and artistically in camera or in post. Smart phones have a number of apps to accomplish the same thing.

This article has some excellent examples, tips and images: https://digital-photography-school.com/multiple-exposures-camera/

I'll start off with a few images taken using the multiple exposure feature in my camera. And 2 images fused in my smart phone. The challenge is finding shots that will merge well together. In future posts, I'll show some created in post (layering, really) and how I used them.
Thanks, Larry for hosting a Free Challenge Weekend... (show quote)


Great images, Pat! Unfortunately, my Canon EOS60D doesn't do "in camera" doubles, so I'll have to rely on Photoshop, but I did want to say, as a former wedding photographer (many, many, many years ago), it was so much easier to do doubles on film, and clients would pay extra for well executed ones. I wish I had some of those, but the only "in camera" double I have is one I've posted many times before, so I hope you don't mind.

Tim
I got the "Blue Ribbon" at the 1972 York Fair with this one...
I got the "Blue Ribbon" at the 1972 York Fair with...
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Jul 12, 2020 23:59:58   #
Rolk Loc: South Central PA
 
William wrote:
wow thinking around after/thinking/it


Three great series to help start us off, Bill...

....I like the way you "think."
Tim

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Jul 13, 2020 00:03:17   #
William Loc: Mississippi
 
Rolk wrote:
Three great series to help start us off, Bill...

....I like the way you "think."
Tim


welcome to my world @


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Jul 13, 2020 00:07:19   #
William Loc: Mississippi
 
multideviceddevidedevidences


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Jul 13, 2020 00:10:33   #
William Loc: Mississippi
 
the lens can work every/thing
like the double exposures@@

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Jul 13, 2020 00:11:36   #
William Loc: Mississippi
 
Rolk wrote:
Great images, Pat! Unfortunately, my Canon EOS60D doesn't do "in camera" doubles, so I'll have to rely on Photoshop, but I did want to say, as a former wedding photographer (many, many, many years ago), it was so much easier to do doubles on film, and clients would pay extra for well executed ones. I wish I had some of those, but the only "in camera" double I have is one I've posted many times before, so I hope you don't mind.

Tim


super/cool/man

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Jul 13, 2020 00:12:39   #
Rolk Loc: South Central PA
 
William wrote:
super/cool/man


Thanks, man!

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Jul 13, 2020 00:28:03   #
William Loc: Mississippi
 
Rolk wrote:
Thanks, man!


the race to the edge/way


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Jul 13, 2020 00:31:25   #
William Loc: Mississippi
 
my opt the lens approved reposted

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Jul 13, 2020 00:33:13   #
William Loc: Mississippi
 
Rolk wrote:
Great images, Pat! Unfortunately, my Canon EOS60D doesn't do "in camera" doubles, so I'll have to rely on Photoshop, but I did want to say, as a former wedding photographer (many, many, many years ago), it was so much easier to do doubles on film, and clients would pay extra for well executed ones. I wish I had some of those, but the only "in camera" double I have is one I've posted many times before, so I hope you don't mind.

Tim


you thought
you thought

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