Multiple Exposure.

  • April 25, 2012

Multiple-exposure1By Bell Soto

Multiple-exposure2By Kerry Dean

Multiple-exposure3By John Gripenholm

How to twist simple photos into one ghostly, dreamy and alternative image? Try multiple exposure, which is the superimposition of two or more images. Originally, this was as a result of the film in a camera not winding on properly and shooting two photos on one frame, but in this digital age the Photoshop fairy godmother helps make this effect with a minimum of effort. Multiple exposure images are a great way to suggest movement and action or to just get a bit spooky…

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