Early this year I decided to play around with the idea of multiple exposures. The idea is to take several images of the same scene moving the model (or really anything in the photo, but with me it’s going to be a model) and then combining them into a single photo. I first tried this in a shoot with Nyxon early this year (other photo from shoot here). I made some mistakes that meant I never could get the results that I wanted from the shoots, but learned a lot to help the next time I tried the idea.
The warm weather started pulling me outdoors and I never got back to the idea and had decided to look at again when cooler weather returned. Then in early August Melissa Troutt and I discussed doing a shoot around exposures and met up in mid August to do that. Definitely felt that I’d learned from that first try and the results were much better this time. I’d purchased a film SLR earlier in the month so for part of the shoot we played around with the concept of the model photographing herself. I still learned some things that I’ll work next time I play with this idea this coming weekend, but this time got some great images out of the shoot.