Double exposure and multiple exposure are terms and techniques we are all familiar with as lomographers and photography enthusiasts, but an Austin-based artist has experimented with this merging of two still images on her drawings. Take a look at some of the beautiful results after the jump!
We’re all bound to try our luck at making impressive doubles, whether with ourselves or a fellow lomographer. But, have you tried making double exposures on paper? Yes, as in double exposure drawings!
This is precisely what Austin-based artist Jane Radstrom did for some of the pieces for the series of paintings she called The Girl Series. The paintings were inspired by photographic effects involving “manipulation of exposure to create images that look ‘real’, but contain more than a single still image.” I find her “doubles” technique beautiful and delicate, not only because the subjects are women, but because the difference in their poses are subtle yet eye-catching.
If you liked Jane Radstrom’s work, I’m sure you’ll also be mesmerized at the photo-realistic double exposure paintings of Pakayla Biehn.
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