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! :)
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! :))
In the previous post I wrote about a tutorial (How to create Pinhole Camera from a Matchbox). Well, I created mine (IT FEELS AWESOME) and I tested it with “Kodak TMAX 400 35mm film”. I feel happy with the results! :-)
في التدوينة السابقة تم شرح طريقة عمل كاميرا بدائية بإستخدام علبة أعواد الثقاب (الكبريت). طبعاً ما قدرت أصبر، وبالويك اند طبّقت الدرس وصنعت كاميرتي البدائية بنفسي! شعور قوي الحمدلله، واستخدمت فيلم Kodak TMAX 400 للتجربه، النتائج بالأسفل.
A truly fun experiment, so sad I was on a hurry while shooting. I couldn’t wait any longer, so I was shooting holding the Pinhole Camera by my hand.
Most of the negatives have my fingers on/or they are shaky!