One of my favorite scenes from our recent trip to Colorado. I’m sharing both the “straight” image (above) as well as the multiple exposure (below).
Though I really like the straight shot, the multiple exposure image is really quite amazing. I love how it has broken the image down to a series of abstract colors, shapes, and lines. Really beautiful!!
I am drawn to the multiple as well Howard. Thanks for your comment.
Both are great images John. I missed the color this year.
Some photographers squint their eyes when they view an image. By doing so, they eliminate the details to reveal the underlying forms and shapes of the image. These images provide a perfect example of that. By squinting at the straight version, it looks like the multiple exposure version–forms and shapes only. Interesting experiment. Oh, I like them both. The spaces are perfect between the trees and the red patches. Very nicely balanced. Nicely done!
I love these images. Thank you for teaching the multiple exposure technique
– one of my images won Picture of the Month in our recent club competition!
Can’t wait for the Death Valley workshop!
I’m catching up on my blog-reading and this image stopped me in my tracks, John! The color palette of this particular stand of trees was ‘delicious’ and of course the multiple exposure technique just added so much.
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