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Denise Ippolito's multiple exposure techniques?
« on: April 07, 2016, 09:20:30 am »

I recently 'discovered' Denise Ippolito's photos, and have become fascinated by her use of multiple exposures of flowers. (Her webpage: https://deniseippolito.smugmug.com/Photography/Fine-Art-Gallery/). I hope to use something similar in my photos, using photoshop to produce the multiple exposures.

Does anyone know of a url that offers some guidance or advice regarding this technique? Searches using "multiple exposure" failed to produce the desired results.

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Re: Denise Ippolito's multiple exposure techniques?
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2016, 11:13:20 am »

I recently 'discovered' Denise Ippolito's photos, and have become fascinated by her use of multiple exposures of flowers. (Her webpage: https://deniseippolito.smugmug.com/Photography/Fine-Art-Gallery/). I hope to use something similar in my photos, using photoshop to produce the multiple exposures.

Does anyone know of a url that offers some guidance or advice regarding this technique?

Hi Bob,

It's not clear (to me) what technique you are referring to. Since she uses different techniques with flowers, I'm at a loss what to look for.

Cheers,
Bart
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Re: Denise Ippolito's multiple exposure techniques?
« Reply #2 on: April 07, 2016, 11:17:50 am »

Sorry for the confusion. I wish to start with what appears to be a simple one, as shown in this photo of hers: https://deniseippolito.smugmug.com/Photography/Fine-Art-Gallery/i-bTmdZmL/A
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Re: Denise Ippolito's multiple exposure techniques?
« Reply #3 on: April 07, 2016, 11:47:17 am »

Looks like three pictures of the same flower (or similar flowers?) superimposed. You can use layer blending modes and opacity to control how they will blend, it's fairly easy stuff. Some cameras offer you the possibility of multiple exposures in-camera and in RAW as well.

The most common blending modes are multiply and screen. Multiply will make all white pixels transparent depending on their luminance (right?) value. Screen would do the same but for black pixels. You can play with high key and low key images this way.
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