Beautiful Double Exposure Photography (10 total)

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In photography, double exposure is a technique in which a piece of film is exposed twice, to two different images. The resulting photographic image shows the second image superimposed or layered over the first. Using the double exposure technique, you may feel as though your photos have a haunting quality about them, but when done in just the right way, it can also elevate them from photos to beautiful works of art.


Maggie Lochtenberg


Charles Bergquist

Charles Bergquist

.. glory fades


Tamara Lichtenstein

Tamara Lichtenstein

Though often created using a manual winding camera, digital photographs can be superimposed by using Photoshop as well. This can be done by altering the opacity of the two images and lining them up over each other. Here’s a tutorial called Create Double or Multiple Exposures in Photoshop that will show you how you can create your own multi-layered masterpiece. Also, check out Double Exposure Tips and Photos.

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January 19, 2017

Celebrating the Love Story of President Obama and First Lady Michelle

As the final days of President Obama’s term comes to an end, we’re going to miss the bounty of endearing photos that come from his time in office. His charisma shines in the images captured by official White House photographer Pete Souza, who has also snapped pictures of the rest of the Obama family. From these photographs, it’s clear that the President and the First Lady are still as smitten as the day they first met.

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January 18, 2017

Mom and Son Create Public Pantry to Share Groceries With Neighbors in Need

For years now, free little libraries have been popping up on front lawns across the country, promoting literacy and bringing communities together through a unique book sharing system. One Wichita woman, Maggie Ballard, has taken the colorful concept a step further by replacing the books with things like food, toiletries, and other necessities. Referred to as a Blessings Box, the pop-up repository invites members of the community to “take a blessing when you need one, leave [a] blessing when you can.

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