BLACK is a camera app that emulates legendary black and white films, and it does it with a minimalist interface that’s thoroughly enjoyable to use.
Happy Shooting! :)
It’s pretty easy, and fun to do.. also, very cheap.
(one of them should be upside-down)
Since the lenses are about 4 inches apart and human eyes are usually 2.5 to 3 inches apart, the 3D effect won’t be perfect. And besides, it’s a disposable camera, so treat it as a toy and just have a good time.
Happy Shooting! :)
I’ve started a new project on Behance.net; called “Monochromes from Italy”..
Monochromes from Italy!– Made me fall in love with Italy– Made me fall in love with the light
Hope you’ll enjoy it! :-)
Yes, you can create your own stunning Double Exposures using Photoshop. The results will be insane, if you got your own perspective.
Here is one of the results, that I think is outstanding:
By merging these two images:
1- Load two images in Photoshop.
2- Click on the 1st layer, and apply Mask:
3- Go to “image” menu, and choose “Apply Image…”
4- Choose these settings (make sure the multiple photos look great, you can invert the merging by checking Invert box):
5- When you’re done. Hit OK and you’re good to go.
6- You can apply Black and White/ or any other effect you like, add your touch.
Remember, multiple exposures technique needs creativity.. Show us what you got
Post your experience/comment below as well :)
Double exposures using Hipstamatic? Yes, you can. Marvelous results; you’ll get too.
The new update of Hipstamatic features Multiple Exposures pack.
At last I got the time to test this new feature out.
“A story of two lovers; they got old together; they saw the life together; they lived a love story! A life..”
Osprey flight – by @BillPutnamPhoto
The carpet of Turin by @geoffmatheson
Hope you enjoyed! Start shooting Multiple Exposure and be creative! :))