Multiple Exposure Photography Methods Bring Pictures to Life

By: Jonathon Brown - Published: Nov 30, 2012 • References: thefabweb
If one picture can be worth a thousand words, multiple exposure photography must be worth millions.

The pictures tell the whole story here, with this collection of incredible multiple exposure photos by various photographers. This collection demonstrates the photography technique, which has the ability to showcase acute movements in a way that makes them look like they are happening right in front of your eyes.

The method used to achieve multiple exposure photography involves superimposing two or more images on one photo and adjusting exposure levels for each.

While this method can be used to create wacky or visually confusing landscapes as well, this collection focuses on physical athletic movements. This is a particularly potent application of the technique because traditional photos of athletics already lend themselves to assumption of movement, but multiple exposure photography of these movements explicitly demonstrates the movement. Stats for Staggared Movement Photography Trending: Older & Warm
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