In our last month of p52.2: Framed, we are exploring creative composition. Our first creative composition technique is Multiple Exposure, superimposing two or more images on top of each other. The main challenge is to determine the content of the images and how they will work together to have an interesting composition. There are a number of techniques used to achieve multiple exposure. Some digital cameras have the capacity to creatively capture the photographers desired composition in-camera, while with other cameras, it is necessary to combine the images in post-processing (which is what I did here).
I am working on this year long project with a wonderful group of photographers at Who We Become. Please check out our collaborative blog post HERE where you can see all of our images from this week in one beautiful place!