I really like the panoramic feature on my Fuji X Pro 1 and recently I’ve been experimenting with the cool multi-exposure feature too. I love the effect! I think it would be a great creative addition to my wedding and portrait photography if used sparingly. I have the same feature on my Canon 5d Mark 3 and Olympus OM-D but I prefer it on the Fuji because it allows me to do multiple retakes before committing to the final picture. I can see how the images will look on the screen before pressing the shutter. This makes it a great tool for accurate composition rather than an estimated guess. Here are a couple of multiple exposure pictures I incorporated into a bridal shoot yesterday. These were Jpegs straight out of the camera with no color correction or processing whatsoever. I love how it looks just the way it is with the setting sun casting beautiful glow on the scene. The only thing I did in Photoshop was cloning out a couple of distracting elements in one picture and getting rid of a distracting person from the left of the frame in the second picture. I could have reposting myself when I took the shot, but that would have meant losing some of the background, which I didn’t want to lose. I guess you can also get this same multi exposure effect post in PS, but I prefer to be creative at the point of exposure when I’m immerse in the the scene rather than in front of the computer.
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July 8, 2012 | 6 Comments
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