Exposure - Chicago Multiple exposure photography
Photography was invented around 200 years ago, from that point photographers split in two directions. One group of photographers set out to document the world around them. The other went about creating images that could not be seen with the naked eye. I have the pleasure of enjoying both.
In previous post about photography, I have covered CityScapes, News, Events, Minifigure and Street Photography. Until now, I've never attempted or presented Multiple exposure images.
Wikipedia.org explains Multiple exposure photography as: Multiple exposure is a technique in which the camera shutter is opened more than once to expose the film multiple times, usually to different images. The resulting image contains the subsequent image/s superimposed over the original.
Recently I started experimenting with this technique, here are some of the results:
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