A continuation of my multi-exposure experimenting. I’m sticking with the autumn theme for now until I can get out to shoot a better variety of subjects. I have ideas at least, if I can only find the scenarios I have in my head. I want to incorporate more defined elements, not so much nature, to give a little bit of a harder edge to things. That’s what I think now but when I am out shooting I never remember what I had planned. 🙂
This shot is just an in camera multi-exposure of 9 images. No Photoshopping layers this time.
the texture build up is amazing
Thanks Chloe. The process does seem to give an almost canvas like texture
Very, very cool.
Thank you Carissa!
Definately your best yet 🙂
Thanks Tanitha. I guess improvement is good – more icentive to try harder!
This is less abstract that the first, in that you can see what it is even though its very textured. I like the different bits of colour you’ve included. Very nice.:-)
*than* the first
Thanks. For this type of image, trying to strike a balance between abstract and definable is a little tricky. The camera movement has to be subtle, which takes a lot of trial and error. But the end result is pretty cool, in my opinion, because you get hard edge lines over a soft image, not the blur lines you get if you simply used a slow shutter speed