Lensbaby Blog Circle – Experimenting with Double Exposures

June 30, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

I’m cheating a little this month by only sharing three images for the Lensbaby Blog Circle. Ideally I like to share between 5 and 10 but I missed last month so I really didn’t want to miss another!

Recently I joined David DuChemin’s online course Making The Image. I was feeling in a bit of a creative rut when the course popped into my inbox so decided to join. An unexpected bonus of the course is a monthly theme or project and June’s project is double exposures.

My Fuji has the ability to shoot double exposures but it’s a function that I keep forgetting about but early this month I was at Crosby beach with the Sol 45 and decided to give it a try.

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I learned two lessons…..

First of all it’s not easy. It’s easy to create a pointless jumbled image, harder to create something that looks appealing.

And second, the images look flat and could be easily dismissed but with a bit of processing in Lightroom they can really come to life.

Next up in this month’s Lensbaby Blog Circle is Gizella who is taking us on a river walk in San Antonio, Texas. Please click here to see her post and then follow the circle for some more Lensbaby inspiration.

 


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