Double Exposure

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Double Exposure

Double Exposure

Double Exposure

Double Exposure II

I saw a photography challenge on Facebook last week and set out to attempt it.  The challenge was to shoot double exposures.  I hope I am not boring you by posting flowers yet again…but, alas, my sunflowers are in full bloom and I chose them as my “challenge” subject matter.  So, tell me what you think, and tell me what you see!

 

16 thoughts on “Double Exposure

  1. These are lovely shots. The second reminds me of pictures of the sun’s corona and also of some gamma ray pictures of the sun- very appropriate really 🙂

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  2. What a great challenge, Robyn, with a beautiful result! Not quite certain what the “second” images are in each, but I sure had fun studying the photos to try and figure it out. You’ll definitely have to let us know at some point 🙂

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  3. Reblogged this on Robyn Graham Photography and commented:

    Greetings my fellow bloggers. With school starting this week I have not had time to focus on my blog. I did manage to post on Monochromia today so I am sharing that post with all of you. I would love to hear your thoughts on the abstract work of double exposures that I did (inspired by a challenge).
    Enjoy your day and I’ll be back soon!

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  4. Very cool shots Robyn 🙂 On the first image I could see the little hairs on the stem in addition to the seed part of the flower and what looks like a side view of the sunflower. The bottom photo looks like a head on shot with a hint of the stem as a second exposure. Great work.

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