Category: Double Exposure Photography

Surreal Double Exposure Analog Photography by Jeremie Dru

Jeremie Dru is a talented analog photographer and artist currently based in Paris, France. Jeremie sees hidden patterns in his everyday surroundings. He uses the analog camera to improve his architect eye, and the way he looks at the city. The double exposure is a technique which allows the capture of a moldable space-time. It consists in photographing several times on the same negative, and which allows to melt independent events from each other in a quite coherent. This allows him to reinterpret the urban space we are experiencing daily. My photographic practice proposes to clarify possible and real places ... Read more

Incredible Double Exposure Portraits by Muhammed Faread

Muhammed Faread is a talented Egyptian photographer, graphic designer and art derector who currently lives and works in Seattle, WA, USA. I’m a beginner Graphic Designer, Especially captivated By “Double Exposure” – It’s an adventure. A journey. An invitation to dive between all kinds of feelings, emotions, and thoughts. I’m going to explore the expressive power of double exposure as a form of visual poetry. More info: facebook / behance

Jarred and Displaced: Mysterious Double Exposure Photography by Christoffer Relander

Christoffer Relander is a talented 30-year-old photographer and artist, who was born and grew up on the countryside of Ekenäs, Finland. For his latest series “Jarred and Displaced”, Christoffer captured landscapes in jars using analog double exposure. Relander has been working on this project for a year and this is the first installment. Christoffer says, “With analog multiple exposures I’m able to manipulate my photographs in-camera. This project was not created or manipulated in an external software such as Photoshop.” For over a year now I’ve been collecting landscapes in jars using analog double exposures—in this project I have realized ... Read more

Stunning Double Exposure Photography by Nevess

Alexis aka Nevess is a talented 18-year-old digital artist based in Paris, France. Alexis has already mastered an aspect of surrealism thanks to his practice of digital double exposure. “Usually I spend 3 or 4 hours making one double exposure creation,” he says. “I love creating unique pieces of art, with a lot of details, I also try to vary every photo as much as possible (nature, city, landscapes, etc…) and work really hard to obtain the best result I can.” More info: instagram

Double Exposure Photography by André Varela

André Varela is a talented conceptual and portrait photographer from Guimarães, Portugal, who currently based in London, UK. André shoots a lot of surreal, self portrait, street, food, animal and nature photography. Darkness is always present in his work, as an entity that helps guide us to the light. Enjoy also his fine art portraits. More info: instagram / facebook / website

Double Exposure Photography by David Iwane

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”medium” ids=”97036,97037,97038,97039,97040,97041,97042,97043,97044″] David Iwane aka Davies Babies is a talented self taught photographer, illustrator, graphic designer and artist based out of colorful Colorado. Davies taught himself digital photography and Photoshop as a teenager and later went on to study digital arts, he attended Front Range Community College and got his Associates in Applied Science with the focus in Print & Presentation. Iwane spent a lot of time learning the Adobe Programs like Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Flash, Flash Catalyst, Firework, Garage Band, ext. David uses Nikon D7000, he creates amazing photo manipulations and double exposure photography. Davies ... Read more

City Silhouettes in Double Exposure Photography by Jasper James

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”large” ids=”94655,94656,94657,94658,94659,94660,94661,94662″] Jasper James is a talented English photographer currently based between Shanghai and Beijing. He was graduated in Photography from London’s College of Printing. Jasper has lived and worked in New York, London and Beijing, shooting editorial,advertising and corporate work. James started photography in his early twenties, now he shoots a lot of portrait, travel, interior, fashion and driven projects. He’s worked for clients such as Ferrari, British Airways, Wrigley’s, Volvo, Bosch, China Mobile, Marks and Spencer, Bank of China, QQ.Com, Ritz Carlton, Mandarin Oriental and many others.

The Museum’s Ghosts Project by Andres Wertheim

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”large” ids=”92058,92059,92060,92061,92062,92063,92064″] Andres Wertheim is a talented photographer who in 1962 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He began taking pictures as a child, and went on to study photography with the filmmaker Horacio Coppola. From 1986 on, he travels around the world documenting various places and their people, publishing articles in several magazines and newspapers. Wertheim began creating double exposure images combining the crowds and artwork to capture this disparity. For his series “The Museum’s Ghosts”, Andres captures the interaction between the artworks in a museum and the public. “It is assumed that when people go to a ... Read more

Double Exposure Architectural Photography by Denisa Balaj

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”large” ids=”90928,90929,90930,90931,90932,90933,90934,90935,90936″] Denisa Balaj is a talented self taught photographer, architecture and illustrator based in Vaduz, Liechtenstein. She currently studies at Universität Liechtenstein in the Master Arkiterkur Programme, previously having attended at Universitatea de Arhitectura si Urbanism ”Ion Mincu” Bucuresti. Besides architecture, her interests include design, photography, photo manipulating, illustration, architectural criticism and also plastic arts.

Stunning Double Exposure Portraits by Mohamed Reda

[gallery link=”file” size=”large” columns=”1″ ids=”87651,87652,87653,87654,87655,87656,87657,87658,87659″] Mohamed Reda is a young Moroccan photographer who started photography when he was a little kid. What started as a hobby ended up to be a career for him. Mohamed Reda participated in many festivals and fashion shows in which his unique style always stood up. Over the years, he took thousand of pictures in different occasions and even had the chance to take pictures of leading figures in the Moroccan society. His passion is what made his style artistic, as he is now known as a hard working professional young artist.

We Are Nature: Multiple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”full” ids=”83020,83021,83022,83023,83024,83025,83026,83027,83029″] Christoffer Relander is a talented photographer and artist, who was born in 1986 in Finland and grew up on the countryside of Ekenäs. He works as a full-time fine art photographer with gallery representation from including: Moscow, Russia; Osnova Gallery, Charlotte, NC, USA; Mona Gallery and Bergen, Norway; Geo Gallery. For his project “We Are Nature“, Christoffer has created double and triple exposure portraits that explore the relationships between human and nature. Christoffer Relander currently based in Ekenäs, Raseborg, Finland.

Double Exposure Cityscapes of Los Angeles by Anthony Samaniego

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”78113,78114,78115,78116,78117,78118″] Anthony Samaniego is a talented photographer and visual artist based in Los Angeles, California. A freelance graphic designer by day, Samaniego spends his nights wandering the streets of downtown L.A Samaniego gives his images motion and an almost digital feel by taking multiple exposures on the same negative, then tweaking the colors in post-production. He use a Nikon FM2, older Mamiya, and a Nikon D3100 for video and some GIFs.