Below is another photo art/ multiple exposure piece taken at the hospital in California.
I froze some flowers in water a few weeks ago before we left for California and had fun taking photos of them last week. This one was taken in multiple exposure mode.
A week or so ago when I was taking reflection photos, I used my iPhone to create a series of flower images using multiple exposures.
Here is one of my favorites.
A multiple exposure
A little multiple exposure abstract for a change of pace. . .
Taken at a hotel in San Francisco
I was sitting at my computer one morning last week when I noticed the play of light and shadows on leaves in the front yard. I took a break from my work and captured this multiple exposure, which I thought looked even more interesting in black and white.
A multiple exposure edited two ways. I like the black and white best. 🙂
A multiple exposure flower abstract for Tuesday!
Same subject as yesterday, different photo (multiple exposure), WAY different edit.
I enjoy naming my work now (used to hate that). This one is called Something’s Coming.
The January theme for our photo club is ABSTRACT- which I always love doing. I was uninspired until I walked into my bedroom and noticed the shape of the plant ledge against the sloping ceiling. I did several multiple exposures which I layered to create what this piece. I’m not sure if this is the one I’ll use, but I had fun creating it.
With a nod to Stranger Things (one of my most FAVORITE series from last year), here is a reflection multiple exposure from last weekend’s walk at Lynx Lake:
This was originally going to be called Autumn Wind, because it is a multiple exposure taken a few weeks ago of our willow (with leaves that had turned to gold) being buffeted around by a strong wind. However, during the editing process I played it with the colors and much prefer the blue tones- hence, Blue Wind.
Although it is fall, the weather remains sunny and warm, and there is a mixture of green and gold on our landscape. I played with multiple exposures to create this piece, with a little help from Photoshop.
A little multiple exposure fun