Double exposure occurs in film photography when one shot is superimposed over another. This happy accident doesn’t occur in digital photography, but you can recreate the look in Photoshop (read an easy tutorial on how to achieve the look here). Since I’ve been spending most of my time prepping for my trip to Aruba in two days, I decided to dig through my archives and find some examples of my travel “happy accidents” (places that we stumbled upon by sheer luck) for this month’s theme. Crossing my fingers that the trend continues on this trip…see you all when I return!
The next stop is a film photographer who just joined The Creativity Project. I’m already loving her pictures and I’m sure she will show us digital folk how a “REAL” double exposure image is done. Please continue the circle with Katherine of Oh Nerdiness!