So, now we can start to take what we’ve learned from our Photography-only unit, and put it back into Photoshop. On Friday, we learned about multiple exposures and how they were originally created (with film, by not advancing the frame in camera). Now, we can use the magic of technology, nay, Photoshop, to achieve these effects.
To see some great examples of multiple exposure photography, visit this site: HongKiat.com.
Created in class:
Based on the quick tutorial provided in class, create your own experiemental multiple exposure photography. You need to include ONE portrait (that you have taken yourself), and one image (either a landscape or texture… make sure you are searching for large images in Google). Play with your layer styles to create a pleasing double or multiple exposure image. Due Tuesday, May 1.