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  1. silviu
    July 31, 2021 @ 09:18

    Really enjoyed this article and I find interesting your approach to double exposure photography.
    Keep up the nice work!


    • Chris
      July 31, 2021 @ 21:05

      Hi Silviu, thank you so much for reading and taking a moment to comment. It is such a fun process and one that I plan to keep experimenting with. Hoping there are some techniques you can apply to your own work. All the best!


      • Silviu
        August 1, 2021 @ 09:41

        Thank you for the comment. For sure I will play a little with the double exposures. It is fun and maybe just 1% of the peoples are doing it. And 0,2 are really good at it.
        I wish you all the best and good light!


  2. William Panuska
    August 13, 2021 @ 15:56

    Thank you for the clear and inspiring article. The double-exposure feature is wonderful, and your talent makes it magical. Attached is one of my efforts in a self-assigned task: Visit a local attraction [for me a mansion and gardens], making a base exposure from any architecture or structure on the property. The second exposure must be a living subject from the gardens or landscaping found on the grounds. I used a row of balusters on a bridge, then flowers. Thanks again.


  3. Chris
    August 15, 2021 @ 19:47

    Hi William, thank you so much for sharing your multiple exposure and the concept behind it. Perhaps I’ll give that a try sometime. It’s seemingly endless what one can do with this technique. All the best to you!


  4. Anibal P.
    September 6, 2021 @ 04:32

    Loved your double exposure approach! Thanks dor showing all the potential!


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