Polish photographer Sarah K. Byrne has taken some of the most beautiful double exposure photos. Combining side profile shots of young women with flowers and trees, these double exposure photos are breathtakingly beautiful.
How double exposure photos work is the first image is shot of a subject—that will be used as a silhouette—in a bright surrounding. The second image is of textured subject-like flowers, leaves or grass, and is layered over the first image to fill in the silhouette.
Sarah K. Byrnes has clearly mastered the art of double exposure photography with her blossoming floral shots. Sarah uses alluring side profile shots of pretty hipster models and layers them with either bright flowers or forest green pine trees. The result is a series of vintage-inspired whimsical photos with variations of transparency between the two layered images.
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