have a seat... by northy

have a seat...

hmmm... so... inspired by @dabnotu i decided to mess about with some in-camera double exposures... i have yet to figure out a combination that works and out of 30 or 40 shots (60 or 80 really) this seems the best of the bunch... but i'm not sure that's saying much ;p
@dabnotu - i gave it a try... not sure i've really got it figured out yet...
February 18th, 2016  
I have also tried in camera double exposures...believe me yours is so much better than mine!!!
February 18th, 2016  
Great job!
February 18th, 2016  
I think it looks amazing and abstract.
February 18th, 2016  
cool effect
February 18th, 2016  
I like it -- I find in camera ones very hard to line up and come out as envisioned...more luck than not.
February 18th, 2016  
Love it. That is all.
February 18th, 2016  
i like it...something i haven't seen before...interesting...fav
February 18th, 2016  
This is a cool image that makes want to keep looking...
February 18th, 2016  
It is interesting, in fact I really like it.
February 18th, 2016  
I had a feeling that the moment I am sitting on it, it is going to disappear.
February 18th, 2016  
This looks great. I have never seemed to figure it out. If I were able to accomplish something like this, I would be happy for sure.
February 18th, 2016  
Very interesting!
February 18th, 2016  
Cool effect
February 18th, 2016  
I think it's great! I am sure you are being too hard on yourself!
February 18th, 2016  
I really love how it has turned out! Fav
February 18th, 2016  
I have wanted to try this but not sure how to get the best effect. I suppose just have a go like you. I love the way this had turned out! I suspect you are too critical of your own work! Fav!
February 18th, 2016  
A cool result for sure. Not something that I have tried yet.
February 18th, 2016  
a fine example all the more effective with your trademark processing
February 18th, 2016  
I like this a lot
February 18th, 2016  
Really really cool. I'd be ecstatic if this was mine
February 18th, 2016  
@northy Ibid. on much of the above; the elements from the two images complement each other, obscuring/highlighting alternately/at once. From what I’ve been able to see about your camera, it facilitates the process, correct? I look forward to seeing more: Peace!
February 18th, 2016  
Very cool. Have tried it myself with little success. Yours just seems to work
February 18th, 2016  
I totally dig how this turned out.
February 18th, 2016  
Works for me! Fav
February 18th, 2016  
Cool effect! My camera has got an image overlay option which I tried a couple of times, but you can't rotate or move the image, so quite limited and much depends then on lines etc of the picture itself. Must see if I can do in-camera double exposure.
February 18th, 2016  
Luscious! Wonderful technique.
February 18th, 2016  
This is amazing! What an interesting technique.
February 18th, 2016  
So artsy, fav!
February 18th, 2016  
Love it.
February 19th, 2016  
Beautiful double exposure.
February 19th, 2016  
Awesome on black!
February 19th, 2016  
Very cool effect.
February 19th, 2016  
Nicely done very effective, and you've inspired me to have a go.
February 19th, 2016  
Loving the result. Fav. :-)
February 20th, 2016  
I love this. I can't do this in camera and I'd love to be able to I think you come up with very different images compared to those you layer while processing. Fav
February 20th, 2016  
It is awesome, I love it - well done!
February 20th, 2016  
High key double exposure... like it. Let's see how many features you can combine in one image!
February 21st, 2016  
Very nice.
I am now looking to see if my Fuji does in-camera double exposures. :)
February 26th, 2016  
wonderful FAV
February 29th, 2016  
Love this! Inspiring stuff :-)
March 3rd, 2016  
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