Friday, September 16, 2011

Weekend in Black and White--Mystery

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This experiment was fun and now I would like to shoot more using the same technique.

UNTITLED

13 comments:

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Excellent!!!

Regards and best wishes

Dragonstar said...

Fun! I like the ghostly look.

Karen said...

A unique portrait.

Birgitta said...

Interesting and special!

Woody said...

You can't do multiple exposures with Canon, you must combine them in photoshop. This is a very cool effect.

Carver said...

I agree with dragonstar that it has a ghostly look. Interesting technique.

Elisabeth said...

This is not a double exposure and this was not done in Photoshop.

Candace said...

That is an awesome photo! How did you do that?

Woody said...

I realized I didn't finish my comment. I assumed it was multiple exposure, which Nikon handles in the camera and Canon required you to merge in software.

I'm pretty sure I know how you did this, but I don't want to spoil the mystery.

Dimple said...

A shadowy figure, not completely there! Nice!

Favourite pictures said...

a bit spooky ... Greate work

awarewriter said...

Intriguing image Elisabeth. I'm eager to see more using this technique.

Johnny Nutcase said...

ohh! it's a little spooky, I like it!