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Portrait double exposure - greenster93 - Feb 17, 2018

Trying out the effect of double exposure on a portrait of my niece. What do people think of this.


RE: Portrait double exposure - EdMak - Feb 17, 2018

Not my cup of tea. Ed.


RE: Portrait double exposure - webber - Feb 18, 2018

I'm with Ed on this one. Double exposures do work with some subjects but not in my opinion with portraits. This does not mean you shouldn't keep trying. If you like the effect that's the important thing. Thanks for posting.


RE: Portrait double exposure - roslif - Feb 26, 2018

Keep moving, I think Double exposure are some macro subjects.


RE: Portrait double exposure - greenster93 - Mar 1, 2018

Thank you for your comments


RE: Portrait double exposure - EnglishBob - Mar 5, 2018

That's definitely different, trying to decide if I like it LOL. I think I do!


RE: Portrait double exposure - greenster93 - Mar 5, 2018

(Mar 5, 2018, 00:45)EnglishBob Wrote:  That's definitely different, trying to decide if I like it LOL.  I think I do!

Thank you Bob


RE: Portrait double exposure - pixelmaker - Mar 5, 2018

(Mar 5, 2018, 03:09)greenster93 Wrote:  
(Mar 5, 2018, 00:45)EnglishBob Wrote:  That's definitely different, trying to decide if I like it LOL.  I think I do!

Thank you Bob

Needs a little more attention to detail, but the concept is very interesting. Practice, practice, practice.



RE: Portrait double exposure - maisie - Feb 4, 2021

Wow! Just awesome and I really like these colorful shots, thanks.
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