Photography of the Penguins, Pirates, Steelers and Pitt in Pittsburgh, PA

Multiple Exposures

Recently on my trip to Colorado, I had fun creating a few multiple exposures. While at Dillion Reservoir the wind was gusting so I thought I'd use it to my advantage and purposely blur the scene. The water was moving into the Gilberson Bay at a good speed and slow shutter made the water look soft and almost foggy. I worked that scene with the aspen leaves and rocks for a good while.

3 October 2011: Aspens, Rock and Water

3 October 2011: Aspens, Rock and Water

Then decided to get really creative and try a multiple exposure. Setting my Nikon D3 on a two frame multiple exposure, I composed the scene with the rocks for one frame, and only the moving waves as the second frame. Here's the result.

3 October 2011: Multiple Aspens in the Bay

3 October 2011: Multiple Aspens in the Bay

I find it to be mystical and different. I like how the leaves almost appear to be floating in the water. It was fun to play with the multiple exposure and go beyond the handshake.

 

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