Tuesday, February 05, 2013

Blog Guelph: Double Exposures

11 by sami k (the k stands for potassium!)

The photos I've chosen today were shot with film 


I'm hoping to create some equally cool shots on my iPhone with Hipstamatic's Multi-Exposure kit in the near future. I've read that it works a lot like film. 

The kit adds an extra switch to the back of the "camera". Flip it, and your next shot will be merged with the following one. Flip the switch again for a "merge √† trois"... and so on. Just be careful not to over-expose.

Guelphonographers:

If you shoot any cool multi-exposures with Hipstamatic or another app share them to the Guelphonography flickr group or tweet them with the #guelphonography hashtag. I'd really like to see them! 

By the way... have you heard about Peter Morabito's iPhoneography Show

It's this Saturday, February 9 - 8:00 p.m. at Bikram Yoga on Woolwich. You should go! Peter was one of the 30 Guelphonography 2012 winners. His photo of Market Square was displayed at Guelph Civic Museum. 

Kim

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