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Double Exposure Photography: 50+ Examples and Tutorials

Double Exposure Photography: 50+ Examples and Tutorials
Double Exposure, or Multiple Exposure, is a photographic technique that combines 2 different images into a single image. The technique has been practiced for several years, and it became particularly famous recently, due to the fact that graphic editor like Photoshop can help to create the identical effect. (Image Source: Elena iPhoneography) With double exposure technique, you can create certain effect like ghost image, mirror image, or simply merging a bright moon into the dark, lonely sky. The reason of using this technique varies, but they are surely created for same purposes – beauty and uniqueness. Sounds theoretical? Aisles In The Sky. Barrier Of Clouds. Between Heaven And Earth. Brad Jeff Fight. Construction. English x Name. Factory In The Sky. Feelin Dizzy. Ferndale Cemetery. Gather My Strength. Gueishan. Hideaway Hands. I Love You. In Her Course. Mirrored Downtown. Oh Sheet!. Old Man Texted. Pandora. Pathway // Ladders. Piano Peace. Power Mix. Power Station In The Sky. Ratz.

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Digital Photography Tutorials Learn how to take and edit digital photographs using visual tutorials that emphasize concept over procedure, independent of specific digital camera or lens. This is a complete listing of all tutorials on this site; click the drop-down links in the top menu to see particular topics. Photography is going through an exciting transition period as many film photographers are beginning to explore the new capabilities of digital cameras. While the fundamentals have remained similar, other aspects are markedly different. Harold Davis Webcasts and Video Sunflowers #5, photo by Harold Davis. View this image larger. You may be interested in some of my webcasts and video appearances that you can find online. These are all sponsored as noted in the listings, and free to watch. Please let me know what you think!

10 Things Street Photographers Can Learn From Magnum Contact Sheets One of the most valuable books I currently have in my library is Magnum Contact Sheets. It is a book that was put out by Thames and Hudson in the last year or so, and contains over 139 contact sheets from 69 Magnum Photographers. For those of you who are not familiar with contact sheets, they are a direct print made from a roll or sequence of images of film. Mindbending 3D Photos of Breasts (NSFW) New York-based photographer and self-proclaimed breast enthusiast, Henry Hargreaves has joined up with trade publication Resource Magazine to auction off his photos as seen in Resource’s Summer 2012 issue, Breasts that Pop. The photographs, best viewed using 3D glasses, are playful and provocative, but most importantly, are a tribute to natural breasts in all shapes and sizes. The proceeds from the silent auction will benefit the Young Survival Coalition, an organization aimed at providing support and resources for young women diagnosed with breast cancer. [via Feature Shoot]

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