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
- Inside Isabelle II — 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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