A showcase of photographers and their experimental approach to double exposure photography, with some unique results.
I’ve got interested in double exposure photography since I got my camera. I was trying to create different effects, yet I’m not that efficient in the patience department. From one search to another I manage to find different photographers that created some amazing pieces of photography and decided to share their work with you.
Double exposure photography is a photographic technique that combines 2 different images into a single image. It can be done directly in camera or with the help of photoshop.
As a dreamer and photographer I am captivated to explore the world through a filter. Life can be beautiful, but the imagined always absorbs me
Since 2010 I have been interested to experiment and work with intentional multiple exposures. I like to think the process is part of the art, therefor I feel confident blending my images in-camera, both on DSLR and on film.
Find out more about Christoffer’s work by visiting his website
I’ve been fascinated by art since a little child, starting with drawing and painting at first, then switching to photography. After doing a lot of conceptional work and portraits I started experimenting with different techniques to give a new meaning to my photographs – at first long exposures, then double and multiple exposures combining a number of portraits, then portraits with landscape and nature elements.
Find out more about Aneta’s work by visiting her website
A communication designer and photographer, Francesco Paleari , presents Milan architecture in the profiles of the people who live there.
Find out more about Francesco’s work by visiting his website.
Personal Project of Dan Mountford.
The images shown were all created “in camera”. Post production work consisted of a change in tone,
the removal of odd blemishes and the addition of some vector.
Find out more about Dan’s work by visiting his website.
Jon Duenas is a fashion and editorial photographer currently based in Portland, OR. His work focuses on a minimalist aesthetic and introspective stillness, allowing space for the viewer to visually explore and connect with the images.
Find out more about Jon’s work by visiting his website.
Double exposure photography of Miguel Doremi.
Find out more about Miguel’s work by visiting his website.
Have a look over some of other projects David has worked on by visiting his portfolio on society 6.