Lately, I’ve come across plenty of great examples of double exposure portrait artworks and thought that now would be the perfect time to create an article featuring my favorites. Traditionally, double exposure pieces would have been created manually using either a film or digital camera, however, with the advancement of software, creators are now able to achieve similar effects digitally.
Some of the pieces below have kept it traditional, while others have gone all out with digital manipulation. While there are plenty of combinations out there, the combination of portraiture and nature really stand out to me!
No matter how many layers of me, my mind has, There will always be a part of you, that’s hiding underneath.
Incessant is the change of water where the stream glides on calmly:
the spray appears over a cataract, yet vanishes without a moment’s delay. ーHojoki
Digital art exploring the relationships with wild places and us.
This was for a bank ad campaign. The direction got killed when we saw a competitor doing something similar. Was supposed to represent “life stages”…
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