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  • Photo Extremist: Creative Photography Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorials, Instructional Videos
    bump up the Exposure Compensation to around 2 EV and take a picture of whatever you want I like trees with leafs on them and make sure the background is 100 white for this image as well I would recommend experimenting and taking each shot by themselves to see which settings you need to use in order to get the background to be 100 white for each individual shot 2EV is only an estimate and is only what I was using on that particular day all situations are different The key is to just get the background to be white and not gray use whatever settings necessary After you have taken two shots they will automatically stack and should show up in your LCD screen you can t retrieve the original individual images if using a Nikon DSLR You can then continue to take more and more double exposures until you get a really good one I took dozens if not 100 Some cameras automatically turn off the multiple exposure feature after you have taken one multiple exposure if you find that this is the case for your camera simply turn the multiple exposure feature back on before you take your next set The Nikon D800 has an option to leave the multiple exposure function on all the time making things a little faster The D300s does not If you want to use previously taken shots or don t have a multiple exposure feature on your camera you can do this in Adobe Photoshop The image above was done in PS Here are the steps Create a new Photoshop document and drag and drop 2 images into the Photoshop document so the two images show up in the bottom right in the Layers Palette as 2 layers Select the top layer and then select Screen for its blending mode You also can try experimenting with Multiply The Multiply blending mode will darken instead of lighten Optional You can Dodge Highlights by using the Dodge tool to whiten up anything that didn t turn out to be 100 white Optional You can adjust the Curves of the image by raising the left most lower point upwards vertically a little bit and or the right most upper point down vertically a little bit You can apply the same adjustments to individual color channels in the same Curves adjustment window as well Red Blue Green File Save As 8 Bit JPEG After you have created your images post them in the PhotoExtremist Flickr Group or the PhotoExtremist Facebook Page Be sure to tag them with multiple exposure and or double exposure so we know what we are looking at and can search for them in the future If you enjoyed this video and article on multiple exposures I highly recommend my e book and video series Trick Photography and Special Effects which has over 300 e book pages and 9 hours of instructional video content focusing solely on universal creative photography and Photoshop

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  • Photo Extremist: Creative Photography Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorials, Instructional Videos
    bump up the Exposure Compensation to around 2 EV and take a picture of whatever you want I like trees with leafs on them and make sure the background is 100 white for this image as well I would recommend experimenting and taking each shot by themselves to see which settings you need to use in order to get the background to be 100 white for each individual shot 2EV is only an estimate and is only what I was using on that particular day all situations are different The key is to just get the background to be white and not gray use whatever settings necessary After you have taken two shots they will automatically stack and should show up in your LCD screen you can t retrieve the original individual images if using a Nikon DSLR You can then continue to take more and more double exposures until you get a really good one I took dozens if not 100 Some cameras automatically turn off the multiple exposure feature after you have taken one multiple exposure if you find that this is the case for your camera simply turn the multiple exposure feature back on before you take your next set The Nikon D800 has an option to leave the multiple exposure function on all the time making things a little faster The D300s does not If you want to use previously taken shots or don t have a multiple exposure feature on your camera you can do this in Adobe Photoshop The image above was done in PS Here are the steps Create a new Photoshop document and drag and drop 2 images into the Photoshop document so the two images show up in the bottom right in the Layers Palette as 2 layers Select the top layer and then select Screen for its blending mode You also can try experimenting with Multiply The Multiply blending mode will darken instead of lighten Optional You can Dodge Highlights by using the Dodge tool to whiten up anything that didn t turn out to be 100 white Optional You can adjust the Curves of the image by raising the left most lower point upwards vertically a little bit and or the right most upper point down vertically a little bit You can apply the same adjustments to individual color channels in the same Curves adjustment window as well Red Blue Green File Save As 8 Bit JPEG After you have created your images post them in the PhotoExtremist Flickr Group or the PhotoExtremist Facebook Page Be sure to tag them with multiple exposure and or double exposure so we know what we are looking at and can search for them in the future If you enjoyed this video and article on multiple exposures I highly recommend my e book and video series Trick Photography and Special Effects which has over 300 e book pages and 9 hours of instructional video content focusing solely on universal creative photography and Photoshop

    Original URL path: http://photoextremist.com/tag/multiple-exposure (2016-02-16)
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  • Photo Extremist: Creative Photography Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorials, Instructional Videos
    bump up the Exposure Compensation to around 2 EV and take a picture of whatever you want I like trees with leafs on them and make sure the background is 100 white for this image as well I would recommend experimenting and taking each shot by themselves to see which settings you need to use in order to get the background to be 100 white for each individual shot 2EV is only an estimate and is only what I was using on that particular day all situations are different The key is to just get the background to be white and not gray use whatever settings necessary After you have taken two shots they will automatically stack and should show up in your LCD screen you can t retrieve the original individual images if using a Nikon DSLR You can then continue to take more and more double exposures until you get a really good one I took dozens if not 100 Some cameras automatically turn off the multiple exposure feature after you have taken one multiple exposure if you find that this is the case for your camera simply turn the multiple exposure feature back on before you take your next set The Nikon D800 has an option to leave the multiple exposure function on all the time making things a little faster The D300s does not If you want to use previously taken shots or don t have a multiple exposure feature on your camera you can do this in Adobe Photoshop The image above was done in PS Here are the steps Create a new Photoshop document and drag and drop 2 images into the Photoshop document so the two images show up in the bottom right in the Layers Palette as 2 layers Select the top layer and then select Screen for its blending mode You also can try experimenting with Multiply The Multiply blending mode will darken instead of lighten Optional You can Dodge Highlights by using the Dodge tool to whiten up anything that didn t turn out to be 100 white Optional You can adjust the Curves of the image by raising the left most lower point upwards vertically a little bit and or the right most upper point down vertically a little bit You can apply the same adjustments to individual color channels in the same Curves adjustment window as well Red Blue Green File Save As 8 Bit JPEG After you have created your images post them in the PhotoExtremist Flickr Group or the PhotoExtremist Facebook Page Be sure to tag them with multiple exposure and or double exposure so we know what we are looking at and can search for them in the future If you enjoyed this video and article on multiple exposures I highly recommend my e book and video series Trick Photography and Special Effects which has over 300 e book pages and 9 hours of instructional video content focusing solely on universal creative photography and Photoshop

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  • Photo Extremist: Creative Photography Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorials, Instructional Videos
    Fancy Next put your DSLR on a tripod and place it right up next to the CD I was using manual mode with manual focus most of the time but not always a lot of DSLR cameras have an AF Assist Lamp in the front of the camera that helps focus in the dark in situations just like this In order to get my aperture to f11 I was using a simple ND8 filter in front of my lens This isn t necessary I just wanted my photos really sharp and f11 is the sharpest spot on my lens You can go down to f22 or smaller and skip using the filter if you want Just use the highest f number you can and the lowest ISO number possible This will limit the amount of light being exposed to the camera sensor which is what you want in this situation Maglites are bright Tips Try making different patterns around the CD with the Maglite flashlight A really cool one to do is to place the light level with the CD next to the table This creates a perfect circular reflection in the circular water drops on the circular CD Really cool Try pointing the light diagonally down on the CD and just try different directions and distances away from the CD You are bound to get a cool shot In order to help me be sure that I get the psychedelic rainbow colors on the reflective CD surface I Temporarily widened the aperture on my lens to f3 5 and then went into Live View Mode This makes it easy to see exactly what the camera sees so you know what direction to aim the light to get colorful rainbow effect After you see the rainbow effect appear on the CD in your viewfinder or in Live View mode get out of live view mode go back to smaller aperture you were using before and then take yo picture Video Tweet Tagged as artistic cd color colorful creative flickr instructional light painting long exposure maglite photo photography rainbow reflective surface tutorial video water water drops 17 Comments 9 Mar 11 14 My Photography Best of 2007 2010 Tweet Tweet Tagged as art artwork creative creativity images photo manipulation photographic photography photos pics pictures slideshow video 14 Comments Newer Entries Older Entries Recommendations Entries Wineglass Splash Studio Photography Tutorial My Photography Best of 2013 Photography Masterclass is Now Online High Speed Powder Photography Tutorial Glowing Lines Photoshop Tutorial Open Source DSLR Announced D800o April Fools Multiple Exposure Photography Tutorial My Photography Best of 2012 Hybrid Image Optical Illusion Photoshop Tutorial Snow Photography and Special Effects DSLR Tutorial DSLR Basics Stops and Metering A Room Filled with an Obnoxious Amount of Money My Photography Best of 2011 Trick Photography and Special Effects 2 0 Now Online High Speed Photography with Splashes Flashes and a Fish Tank Photography Tutorial Photoshop CS5 Surreal Portrait Photo Manipulation Advanced Tutorial Orbs Long Exposure Light Painting Photography

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    Group and maybe even on the PhotoExtremist Facebook timeline Tweet Tagged as hybrid image Optical Illusion photoshop tutorial Visuospatial Resonance 17 Comments 30 Jan 12 33 A Room Filled with an Obnoxious Amount of Money Tweet For this photograph titled A Room Filled with an Obnoxious Amount of Money I simply withdrew 871 from the bank and then used the multiplicity photography effect to fill the room up with cash This process roughly took 7 10 hours roughly 4 hours taking the actual pictures of the money with my DSLR on a tripod as you can see I ve put the money inside of picture frames taped it walls folded it around window blinds mounted it in piles and stuffed it in drawers and glass jars Post processing the 170 individual frames in Adobe Photoshop CS5 took roughly 5 hours This is a 2 shot vertical panorama Everything shot in JPEG with some HDR toning applied at the very end with the Topaz Photoshop plug in This looks like an obnoxious amount of money but it was really only 871 as you can see below In order to make the heaping piles of money seen on the tables I simply took a small pillow and covered it with the 871 making sure no part of the pillow was visible then moved the money to the next spot and repeated 170 times If you take this 871 and then multiply it 170 times this room would be filled with 148 070 USD If you add the amount of money perceived inside the glass jars and underneath the heaping piles this room could easily add up to a million US dollars or more Pretty cool I m rich with American currency and it only took me 9 hours The multiplicity photography effect is explained in the video tutorial linked above Plus if you want an entire structured library of unique photography techniques consider purchasing my instructional how to e book and online video course Trick Photography and Special Effects which explains the camera techniques used to create creative images just like these ones Here is another image that is a little more casual titled Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites Skrillex reference that was taken in the same room Tweet Tagged as a room filled with money cash money multiplicity photoshop room 33 Comments 2 Jan 12 27 My Photography Best of 2011 Tweet Most photos shot using Nikon D300s DSLR Sigma 17 50mm 2 8 Lens Music Aphex Twin Xtal Jan Jelinek Them Their Tweet Tagged as 17 50 2 8 2011 300s art artwork dslr effects f2 8 highspeed imagery images lens light lightpainting long exposures nikon owling painting photo extremist photoextremist photography photos photoshop planking portraits sigma slide show slideshow special special effects surreal trick trick photography 27 Comments Newer Entries Older Entries Recommendations Entries Wineglass Splash Studio Photography Tutorial My Photography Best of 2013 Photography Masterclass is Now Online High Speed Powder Photography Tutorial Glowing Lines Photoshop Tutorial Open

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    Photography Best of 2012 Hybrid Image Optical Illusion Photoshop Tutorial Snow Photography and Special Effects DSLR Tutorial DSLR Basics Stops and Metering A Room Filled with an Obnoxious Amount of Money My Photography Best of 2011 Trick Photography and Special Effects 2 0 Now Online High Speed Photography with Splashes Flashes and a Fish Tank Photography Tutorial Photoshop CS5 Surreal Portrait Photo Manipulation Advanced Tutorial Orbs Long Exposure Light Painting Photography Video Tutorial Steel Wool Photography Tutorial Fake Smoke with Flashlight and String Photography Tutorial How To HDR Simple Floating Banana Photoshop Tutorial How To Take Psychedelic Photos of CDs My Photography Best of 2007 2010 Photoelasticity Birefringence Photography Tutorial What s In My Camera Bag A Review of All My Photographic Camera Equipment Photoshop Tutorial Rearrange Keys on your Keyboard Photoshop A Digital Clock To Say Anything Bokeh Photography Tutorial Trick Photography Optical Illusion Hand Reaching Into Computer Monitor Photographic Special Effects with Christmas Lights How To Photograph A Flying Cat Finally Trick Photography and Special Effects is Now Available 11 Explosive Sparkler Photographs Star Trails Tutorial Nikon Announces New Open Source Camera 20 Stunning Examples of Multiplicity Photography Bug Eyed Photography Tutorial If I were to make you

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    Photography Best of 2012 Hybrid Image Optical Illusion Photoshop Tutorial Snow Photography and Special Effects DSLR Tutorial DSLR Basics Stops and Metering A Room Filled with an Obnoxious Amount of Money My Photography Best of 2011 Trick Photography and Special Effects 2 0 Now Online High Speed Photography with Splashes Flashes and a Fish Tank Photography Tutorial Photoshop CS5 Surreal Portrait Photo Manipulation Advanced Tutorial Orbs Long Exposure Light Painting Photography Video Tutorial Steel Wool Photography Tutorial Fake Smoke with Flashlight and String Photography Tutorial How To HDR Simple Floating Banana Photoshop Tutorial How To Take Psychedelic Photos of CDs My Photography Best of 2007 2010 Photoelasticity Birefringence Photography Tutorial What s In My Camera Bag A Review of All My Photographic Camera Equipment Photoshop Tutorial Rearrange Keys on your Keyboard Photoshop A Digital Clock To Say Anything Bokeh Photography Tutorial Trick Photography Optical Illusion Hand Reaching Into Computer Monitor Photographic Special Effects with Christmas Lights How To Photograph A Flying Cat Finally Trick Photography and Special Effects is Now Available 11 Explosive Sparkler Photographs Star Trails Tutorial Nikon Announces New Open Source Camera 20 Stunning Examples of Multiplicity Photography Bug Eyed Photography Tutorial If I were to make you

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    Photography Best of 2012 Hybrid Image Optical Illusion Photoshop Tutorial Snow Photography and Special Effects DSLR Tutorial DSLR Basics Stops and Metering A Room Filled with an Obnoxious Amount of Money My Photography Best of 2011 Trick Photography and Special Effects 2 0 Now Online High Speed Photography with Splashes Flashes and a Fish Tank Photography Tutorial Photoshop CS5 Surreal Portrait Photo Manipulation Advanced Tutorial Orbs Long Exposure Light Painting Photography Video Tutorial Steel Wool Photography Tutorial Fake Smoke with Flashlight and String Photography Tutorial How To HDR Simple Floating Banana Photoshop Tutorial How To Take Psychedelic Photos of CDs My Photography Best of 2007 2010 Photoelasticity Birefringence Photography Tutorial What s In My Camera Bag A Review of All My Photographic Camera Equipment Photoshop Tutorial Rearrange Keys on your Keyboard Photoshop A Digital Clock To Say Anything Bokeh Photography Tutorial Trick Photography Optical Illusion Hand Reaching Into Computer Monitor Photographic Special Effects with Christmas Lights How To Photograph A Flying Cat Finally Trick Photography and Special Effects is Now Available 11 Explosive Sparkler Photographs Star Trails Tutorial Nikon Announces New Open Source Camera 20 Stunning Examples of Multiplicity Photography Bug Eyed Photography Tutorial If I were to make you

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