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Power Mix. More power with double exposure! Well-formed piece. Power Station In The Sky. Perfect combination with perfect colors, I will not be surprised if this piece gets any award. Rainy Night. Image Source: radofankaras. Great attempt and idea on double exposure photography, very inspiring one.
Image Source: extravaganciaincluida. Ribbed Sky. The highway underpass and the lovely cloud ridden sky. Roller Coaster. Scenic Detour. Renaissance of double exposure photography probably starts from this fantastic work. Colorsplash orange on the second exposure. Another double exposure wonderment. It makes the pictures so much more important to me when I think about the accidental magic. The sky was clearing up and I saw the chance for a soft double.
A peaceful walk under the water? Where will be the couple heading? Sun Stroke. Tennis on the sky! Double exposure photography has no limitation! And The Living Is Easy. Beyond wonderful, simply speechless on this one. Image Source: Elena iPhoneography. The Gates Of Hell.
What will the city looks like if we are in doomsday? Double exposure photography can help you imagine it. Image Source: captainbonobo. Tree Map. What a glamorous shot, probably an underrated piece! Image Source: Lomo-Cam. Several elements were mixed into the photo, yet it feels so natural. Truly professional piece, no doubt. So, relax yourself and just have fun with randomness! Image Source: benman Multiple Exposure Tutorial. Very detailed tutorial which splits into 3 major parts — stacking nighttime images, stacking daytime images, and enhancing nighttime photos.
Using Multiple Exposures In Photography. This includes separate scanned film images, or separate images from a digital camera. Making A Multiple Exposure Photograph. Double Exposure Fun. Learned double exposure technique? You can have more fun by follow this tutorial to create fascinating double exposure photos with many film strips in it! The tutorial purely discusses how to use camera to capture multiple exposure photos, with useful skill tips provided along the explanation.
Digital Multiple Exposure. This tutorial is intended for digital camera which lacks the capability to create multiple exposure images. The effect can actually be achieved easily with Photoshop and its Screen Blending mode, and the author will show you how. An extremely in-depth tutorial which greatly discusses suitable cameras and methods for producing effective double exposure photograph.
If you're using actual film, the photographer would have to expose the same part of the film twice, where the second image is being superimposed on the first one. Towards the end of the 19th century, well before multiple exposure settings on DSLRs, or CGI in Post-production, photographers and filmmakers had to create realistic worlds with what they had.
And when they discovered how they could double expose a shot, they arguably discovered the very first special effect. He was just as much of a magician as he was a filmmaker and it was his curiosity and innovation that helped create what we now think of as chroma key compositing. He would black out one part so no light would reach the film and then rewind the film and matte out everything else.
The resulting multiple exposure combined the shots into one frame. Mattes or masks are used to combine multiple elements of a scene into one final image by masking certain areas of the shot. More commonly, you may be familiar with the term matte paintings — the background painting of a landscape that blends with the foreground of the shot in a movie. Prior to CGI, this was the best way to capture large expanses or fantastic worlds. They would blend it all together to create one incredible shot.
But by masking certain sections of the shot with mattes, two or more images can be combined into a single shot. This requires masking certain areas of the film to control which parts of the image are exposed and when. The Exposure Triangle is something every photographer and cinematographer needs to master. Download our FREE e-book to get in-depth explanations and tutorials on topics like aperture, ISO, shutter speed, and how to balance these settings to nail perfect exposure every time.
Double exposure is a powerful storytelling tool. It captures hidden elements in a scene that can scare, inspire, or delight your audience. In the opening credits of True Detective , we get just that. In cinema, double exposure can convey many emotions — especially films of the cerebral or even nefarious kind. Alfred Hitchcock comes to mind. And of course, where would horror be without that terrifying last shot of Norman in Psycho.
All thanks to double exposure. In more recent cinema with more advanced technology, filmmakers often rely on CGI to do some of this same work. But for Blade Runner , director Denis Villeneuve knew that could compromise the intimacy of the scenes. Using multi-camera footage, 3D models of the actresses were created for some of the more intricate visual effects. But the set was rigged with four extra cameras, no green screen or motion capture. This was never going to be a scene where we would capture performances with dots away from the main set.
This allowed the actors to act without having to worry about the VFX aspect of performing separately from each other. This was the key to keeping the intimacy of the scene. The possibilities of double exposure are limitless. Especially with digital, you can quickly learn how to create dynamic double exposure pictures. Many digital cameras have options for creating multiple exposure images where you can get super creative.
Most have at least a feature for shooting double exposure in-camera, but there are some cameras that are better than others. A subject in front of a white background and then a still image or video that will be overlaid on the subject. Shooting with traditional film these days is a deliberate choice. The imperfections not only keep the image from looking sterile but it gives each shot arguably more character than digital. Below is a how-to for creating double exposure using traditional film.
You can do a lot just from inside the camera but here are a few suggestions and tips for nailing your double exposures. Take photos from different angles, try black and white, or capture all of the colors of your city. Get out there and experiment! Next up, take exposure to another level. Learn how to expose for any circumstance — light and dark interiors and exteriors, and even for action and movement. Create robust and customizable shot lists.
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