The Multiple Exposure (MX) technique is one method to create some of the most unique photos know to Lomographers! We all love MX, but what are the techniques? Flowers are my favorite subject for MX. I often mix them with landscapes, old factories, trees and so on. Now, let's take a look at how we can create those wonderful images!
A dolphin swimming along a field of flowers? Through the amazing skills of our community's double exposure master, hodachrome, it's certainly possible!
In the unlikely event that you have an old door lying around the house, here's a neat project you can do to frame your favorite photos!
Working in the photography department at the South Australian School of Art for the last six years, I have seen photos shot from just about every angle conceivable. Developing my own work to stand out from the norm led me to combining a few obsessions; Holgas, electronics, and radio-controlled multirotor aircraft.
Mr. Universe Arnold Schwarzenegger flexing his muscles and smiling next to the Folies Bergere beauties on Cannes Beach
It's not at all difficult to understand what Arnold Schwarzenegger was trying to do here: impressing these French beauties with his physique, of course!
If you've ever wondered what else you can do with multiple exposure, the ethereal, Impressionist-inspired works of a Finnish artist and photographer might in turn be inspirational for you. Find out more after the jump!
Couldn't blame those photographers at Cannes for flocking to the gorgeous German actress -- she was a European pin-up favorite who eventually also became a Hollywood favorite in the 1960s!
Who says the scans have to be as close to the negative as possible? I have found a way to scan negatives the scratchy low fidelity way, which makes them look old.
Is that a stylish, expensive, designer clutch you have in your hand? No, it's actually a custom camera bag I made using one of my own photos. Find out how after the jump :)