There’s a girl in my room, Fiona Osborne
Double exposures, a gallery on Flickr.
Double exposures are created by layering two photos on top of each other to create a single image.
Traditionally, a double exposure is made by shooting two or more photographs on an analog camera without advancing the film in between. Recently, photographers have created double exposures digitally, either in-camera or with Photoshop.
Have you experimented with double exposures? Share your favorite creation in the gallery.
Move on // Garden City Movement
"Inertia" Sycha Mubiaya by Tom Andrew for One Magazine
Brief Encounter (1945), David Lean