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And bemixt and bemien.
I’m not exactly sure what you’re doing in some of these here post-processing wise but whatever it is, More Please!
These are lovely. Love the doubles–is that one positive over negative?
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Thanks, Johnny. Sometimes, it’s hard to remember exactly what I did post-processing. Suffice it to say that it’s a combination of things that I play around with until I get something I like, or think I do until I try something else that I like even better.
Let me know which image you’re referring to as “the doubles” and I’ll be happy to answer your question.
I’m all for not taking notes. I frustrate myself sometimes for my lack of note-taking but then….I enjoy unrepeatability too….kind of enjoy the adventure of following the trail of crumbs I’ve left for myself.
The image in question is Season’s Transitioning. Looks like a double exposure of a negative image over a positive image. And no need to divulge your secrets. I rarely get that deep into photoshop and besides, I enjoy a mystery….
I’ve been getting back into multiple exposures lately, as I am scanning old (exposed and developed) film stock and re-exploring and shooting old (unexposed) film stock anew.
I enjoy what you’re doing here very much.
Agreed! Taking notes would be extremely time-consuming and annoying. I do save the layered images before flattening them though so that leaves some record.
So glad you liked “Seasons Transitioning.” To answer your question, it’s actually three images: one positive and 2 negative.
You know these make me happy. :-) The first could also be a well-rooted encounter. The second shows your gift for manipulating different images and combining them to beautiful effect. The third looks almost as much like a rock, albeit one next to the water, as water to me. The fourth – so very elegant and interesting, you should think about a print. Nice!!
Thanks so much for your kind words Lynn. My mashups usually include only images that were taken of similar subjects the same day, but most of these include ones that were taken weeks and months apart. It’s a good thing I can still remember the old ones and where to find them :)
It’s so interesting to me that both you and Johnny liked #4 so much. It’s probably my least favorite of the bunch and I seriously considered leaving it out. So glad I didn’t.
I’m glad too then. :-)
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