Sunday, February 5, 2012

Double Exposures

I literally have spent all weekend stressing myself out beyond belief because I have a huge essay due on Monday for my online class. We just got the information for it a couple days ago and the topic is so incredibly confusing. I've looked at the directions for hours by myself and with my mom, just trying to understand what is being asked. It's terrible. Take my advice and do not take college classes online. It's the worst decision I've ever made in my life. Just had to get that out there. Haha. But anyway, because I'll be busy all week with that, I wanted to post one last thing! :)

I've always been really interested in double exposures and before I took Photography last year, I had no idea what they were. When I found out that you can achieve them on a film camera, I wanted to learn!! I haven't yet learned but it's my goal for this year!! :) Thankfully, though, to hold me over until then, I learned how to create double exposures using digital photos and Photoshop!! I saw some really beautiful double exposures on Carlotta's blog on Friday and about had a panic attack. They are SOOO amazing. I ended up staying up until two in the morning the night before last just experimenting with them and it was probably the greatest thing I've done in a while. I loved it. If you don't know how to do double exposures in Photoshop, it's really easy!! You just put one photo on top of another and change the opacity. Definitely look it up! :) So that's what I did last night and here's what I came up with. :) I'm sure I'll be posting more in the future! Hope you enjoy! Let me know which one is your favorite! :)


  1. whoa! i really like the one with your shoes and the candle. or maybe the last one, i can't decide. these are really cool! i don't have PS but i've been experimenting with the double exposure feature on my camera, lately :)

  2. These are beautiful! :) Great job doing them!

  3. I loved the coopers one and the lip tons!

  4. I meant lipton tea, ha ha! By the way, they look like an image behind a window glass, right?