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81 — Multiple exposure photography

Pho­tog­ra­phy pod­cast #81 dis­cusses mul­ti­ple expo­sure pho­tog­ra­phy. Basi­cally mul­ti­ple expo­sure in pho­tog­ra­phy involves get­ting more than one scene on a frame of film or on a sin­gle dig­i­tal file in cam­era. Many dig­i­tal and film cam­eras can do this but if yours can­not, I briefly describe how to do this using a graph­ics pro­gram (that uses lay­ers) like Pho­to­shop. In this pod­cast, I use the word serendip­ity quite a bit. Just in case you’re not famil­iar with it, it means finding/discovering some­thing that you did not expressly seek. It’s one of my favourite words in the Eng­lish language.

Homeless in Paradise - Honolulu 2010 - by Marko Kulik
Home­less in Par­adise — Hon­olulu 2010 — by Marko Kulik

Inside Isabelle II — by Marko Kulik

Self Portrait - Wailea, Maui - by Marko Kulik
Self Por­trait — Wailea, Maui — by Marko Kulik

Links /resources men­tioned in this pod­cast:
Mas­ter mul­ti­ple expo­sure pho­tog­ra­pherJerry Uels­mann
Free­man Pat­ter­son — mul­ti­ple expo­sures (a few are on this page)
April 2010’s — Dif­fer­ent point of view assign­ment on the Photography.ca forum

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Multiple Exposure — Podcast teaser

I’ve been play­ing with in cam­era mul­ti­ple expo­sures quite a bit lately and I’m really enjoy­ing it. I used to do this quite a bit back in the day with my trusty Nikon FM2 film cam­era. Although the antic­i­pa­tion fac­tor is dead with dig­i­tal, there’s still some­thing spe­cial about doing this in-camera. I’m hav­ing some fun re-experimenting and I plan to share my redis­cov­er­ies in the next podcast.

Inside Isabelle

Inside Isabelle by Marko Kulik

BTW — The sub­mis­sions in this month’s photo assign­ment ‘dif­fer­ent point of view’ are very cre­ative‚ — Thanks to all forum mem­bers for post­ing their fab work! Of course…if you haven’t joined, feel free to join — every­one is welcome!

Same subject different point of view

This month, again, we have a very cool assign­ment on our pho­tog­ra­phy forum.
The goal is to shoot a sub­ject from a dif­fer­ent point of view. We just started this assign­ment and already have many cool posts. Here’s one from forum mem­ber Bambi that rocks. If you are lurk­ing on our forum — we’re a friendly bunch so feel free to reg­is­ter for free and let’s see your creativity.

The Dogs view of the trail by Bambi - Click to enlarge

The Dogs’ view of the trail by Bambi — Click to enlarge