Ritty Tacsum is a self-taught experimental photographer and multimedia artist from Malta who has a keen and sensitive eye for the abnormal, absurd, weird and surreal. Her double exposure, symmetrical composition are definitely unique and visually captivating. Enjoy!
“Since my Multiple Exposure Portraits project got so popular, I decided to create a second one.” A refreshingly honest statement from self-taught Finland photographer Christoffer Relander. And one that’s well-timed, considering the first series was
Photographers and other viral video lovers should enjoy a lot this video! A group of Canon commandos is sent out on a mission. Their objective: to save an innocent girl who has been taken hostage by Nikon terrorists. Who will ultimately win this battle?
After the success of Dan Mountford Double exposure article, I’m guessing that you will love the work of student photographer Olivier Moriss. Shooting with a 35mm camera, Moriss’ uses great double exposure composition, layering silhouettes with landscapes. The result is stunning!
Another great Flickr find: the amazing double exposure work of British (photography student) Dan Mountford. Dan plays with reflection and double exposure (and little bit of photoshop) to get to a final result that looks pretty awesome!
Art photographer Tierney Gearon does not use photoshop! You might think that you can achieve these effects using the softwares’ (layers+transparency) really easily, but the Atlanta-based photographer is a bit more old school then we would imagine. Gearon does not use anything digital in her art. To create this “Explosure” series she exposes her film [...]