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Transcript of Multiple Exposure
1. Use one (or more) of the following techniques:
* Film - double exposure
* Photoshop - multiple exposure/tools & techniques
* Long exposure
3. If starting on a new canvas, make the canvas 16"x20" at 300 ppi.
4. Save as a PSD AND as a JPG.
5. Participate in oral critique. PROBLEM-SOLVE and IMPROVE based on constructive criticism. Show growth.
6. Turn in on your blog and in to the server (server = both PSD and JPG files).
More by Scott McCormick
Back in the day....
Multiple exposures were done by taking photos on your roll of film, rewinding, and taking photos AGAIN on the same roll of film. It could also be accomplished by exposing the paper to two different negatives in the darkroom. Nowadays, we do this in Photoshop (or light writing/long exposure). We will learn both techniques (film and digital).
Let's get to the HOW
You can use the long exposure method... Low ISO and slooooooow shutter speed (in very low light situation).
Or you can PHOTOSHOP!
Using layers, opacity, cloning, healing, and erasing...
Photo by Scott McCormick
Or you can use the film method:
Using the Holga, click the shutter release once.
Do not wind the film.
Compose again, and click the shutter again.
Since there will be twice the light, think about your exposure: your film speed (ISO), the available light, etc.
It helps to take notes during the first roll of film. That way once you process it you can review your choices and problem-solve.
How does process impact the quality of work?
Process affects outcomes.
Yay for YouTube!
No, this isn't about ...
Hmmm... What about?
Did you know?
Photographers used to trick people with multiple exposure photography.
We will explore these World Class Outcomes:
* Create meaningful photography that demonstrates expressive features and perspectives.
* Create by exploring a variety of skills and techniques
Who is this Scott McCormick?
I'm glad you asked! We are honored to have him as a visiting artist tomorrow! Whoo hoo!
But let's get back to work and look at some more examples...