Edouardo Mortec's ‘Foules' Uses Multiple Exposure Techni

By: Emily Evans - Published: Jul 7, 2011 • References: edouardmortec & mymodernmet
Though lots of current photography boasts a modern minimalist vibe, there are still stunning, intricate photographic series like Edouardo Mortec’s ‘Foules.’ This latest photography project from Edouardo Mortec uses multiple exposure photographic techniques to beautifully construe the streets of Paris in a multiplied effect.

Mortec describes his inspiration behind ‘Foules’ by saying, "I found that the multiple exposures, the accumulation of many images, was the best way to approach this subject because a crowd is an accumulation of people." Edouardo Mortec’s ‘Foules’ truly does epitomize the majestic quality that photographs with multiple exposure techniques can posses.

So many photographers have attempted to capture the stylish streets of Paris, but Mortec’s photographic work is in a league of its own with its use of multiple exposure techniques. If you haven’t had the opportunity to explore the streets of Paris, this photography is sure to entice you. Stats for Stratum Parisian Photos Trending: Older & Chilly
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