Double exposure photography is a the name of a photographic technique where the photographer gives two (or more) exposures in the camera. This kind of images used to be created with the help of Photoshop but now photographers have found a way to create the effect in-camera. And the results are just amazing.
What happens is that the photographer i.e. you expose the camera to one landscape, but instead of completing that picture, you superimpose another landscapes on the previously given exposure. So the first exposure becomes the carrier and the second exposure fills the carrier with the new image. Confused? Just take a look at the images, you won’t be.
Even though Designzzz is primarily a web design blog but we do share a bit of photography here and there. Today, when I saw examples of double exposure photography, I had no choice but to share this amazing spectacle with you.
But before we go on the pictures, here’s a reminder. There’s a video tutorial and some related reads in the end for taking such pictures yourself.
When I saw this double exposure photography, I had no choice but to go and try it myself so I checked out tutorials and articles on this thing. It was only when I had learned everything, I realized that my camera broken. I’ll be trying it in a few days but with the help of the video tutorial, you can try it today.
Double Exposure Portraits
The amazing artistic photography is done by Andre de Freitas.
This is one of my favorite images in this list.
Aneta Ivanova is a master of double exposure photography.
It’s not only girls who can create artistic double exposures. Dan Mountford is the guy contesting for the crown of best double exposure photographer.
This is another click by Dan Mountford.
Brandon Kidwell has made a tutorial for creating artistic photography.
Brendon Kidwell made all these photographs for a photography series called wisdom for my children.
This is a photograph by the tumblr world traveler Luke Gram.
Russian photographer/artist Roman Avram created this absolutely magnificent piece.
The photographer used the multiple exposure function on his Canon 6D.
This is an example picture of a tutorial for creating silhouetted portraits. The author of this well written tutorial is Sara K. Bryne.
She exposed for 1/1000 sec at f/1.8, ISO 100, and the cherry blossom fill for 1/320 sec at f/8, ISO 100.
This is another photographic artwork by Andre de Freitas.
This is another tutorial, mind you this is a pretty good tutorial for learning double exposure photography.
This is an exemplary double exposure photo by Gavin Rudy.
Other Double Exposure Photography Examples
London’s famous landmark in double exposure.
This is a photography series by Jasper James.
A classic level photograph by Andrea Cisneros.
Russian photographer Dennis Baburov simplifies double exposures.
This is an example of overexposed double exposure photo by Steve Corey.
Even though this post was about double exposure photography,I wanted to show you an example of multiple exposure photography, so here it goes.
Double Exposure Photography Tutorial
I was strangely surprised to know that multiple exposure photography is not that hard thing to pull of. Here’s the tutorial. This video is also by Sara K. Bryne.
That’s all the photography I had for you today. Wish you all the best in your double exposure photography.