Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Cloudy Day / Bright Idea

A multiple exposure is when two or more individual exposures are made to create a single photograph. In film photography, double exposure is a technique in which a piece of film is exposed twice, to two different images. The resulting photographic image shows the second image superimposed over the first. The technique can be used to create ghostly images or to add people and objects to a scene that were not originally there. The Panasonic LX3 digital camera, used for this image, lets its users perform multiple exposures in a way similar to traditional film cameras. Photograph is three images from around the train station in Motomachi on a rainy day, all done in-camera with shooting guides. Though the image was planed out it took many attempts to get it to work but one advantage of digital cameras is instant results and feedback.

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