Sunday, April 01, 2012

Multiple Exposure


For any photoshop lovers out there, make sure you head on over to Pugly Pixel to check out this tutorial on multiple exposures that features some of my photographs! In the past I've used my Diana Mini film camera to create this overlapping effect, but you can also edit your digital images to have the same look with only a few simple steps. Thanks Katrina for using my images, I'm honoured!

Hope you're all having a lovely weekend :) If you follow me on instagram (@herecomesthesunblog) you'll know there's a hot air balloon festival happening in my city right now. It's such a beautiful sight to see and I've been snapping a few pictures which I'll hopefully share with you soon! 

10 comments:

  1. I love the exposure in film cameras, and now I can do this in photoshop? megalike, thanks for sharing the tutorial
    Have a nice weekend.

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  2. I was thinking this some days ago. I'm using a sardina now but I think that trying to do something similar on photoshop will be nice too ;)!

    Lens&anythingElse

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  3. Wow your photos look awesome! will definitely be trying this :)

    Thanks!
    angela - the lovely cup

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  4. Thanks for sharing the tutorial, and your photos look great. I've always wnated to try double exposure but I just couldn't get it to work with Photoshop.

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  5. Those pictures are so pretty - I love the effect.

    Megan @ Storybook Love Affair

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  6. There are also photoshop actions that can do this! You just choose the two photos and it's easy!

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  7. oh waw i love these ! very very pretty :)

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  8. How cool! I'd love to experiment with this sometime soon!

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