Posts Tagged ‘multiple exposure technique’

Creative Photography Page 6: Multiple Exposure Rotate and Zoom

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Expanding on what we learned with Multiple Exposure Rotate. You still need a lens with a tripod collar. Mount the lens to your tripod. Compose your image.   Technique: set ME to On: Autogain on; Number exposures 8. ( you notice that I use 8 images a lot, but you can use whatever number you […]


Creative Photography Page 5: Multiple Exposure Rotate

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Today’s technique will expand your multiple exposure toolbox.. This one is rather simple but it does require a lens with a tripod collar. (Sometimes, I’ll show you one freehand shot with 16mm fisheye!) To use this technique, find a subject you like ( bright colors and striking patterns work well). Compose your image. Now, set […]


Creative Photography Page 3: Multiple Exposure Monet

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Claude Monet had a way of expressing his subjects with a subtleness of brush stoke that still captivates me. Maybe that is why I have fallen in love with this photographic technique that allows me to capture a feeling of time or place with a subtleness of a Monet painting.. This is actually using the […]


Photography or Art

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Photographers have fought the notion from other art forms that photography is not art. Maybe that is because those artists can’t create art with a camera the same way they can create art with something else. Art is an expression of emotion using a tool. Whether you layer color and form and composition with a […]


My Nature Photography Day Shoot

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To celebrate Nature Photography Day, I initially was going to Colditz Cove on the Cumberland Plateau. Then I realized that I had plenty of subjects in my own front yard in our wildflower garden. So, about 630am, I proceeded down the steps with a 200 Micro lens, Nikon D4 and my tripod. At first, I […]


Spring Flower shooting tips- Multiple Exposure

Spring has come to the Smokies extremely early this year. I am hearing from friends around the country that they are experiencing an early spring also. Some teaching tips for spring wildflowers from today’s shoot. Consider using multiple exposure to achieve a dreamy look to go along with your images. Flowers images look good when […]