Double Exposure Photography

Double Exposure hay còn gọi là Multiple exposure là một kỹ thuật đơn giản trộn (hay lồng gì đấy, tiếng Anh là combine) 2 bức ảnh khác nhau thành một. Kỹ thuật này đã được dùng trong một vài năm gần đây và chúng nhanh chóng được nhiều người đón nhận, một phần thành công trong kỹ thuật này chính là ở những phần mềm chình sửa ảnh như Photoshop đã tạo ra sự đồng nhất cho bức ảnh dù trước đó chúng hoàn toàn khác nhau.


(Image Source: Elena iPhoneography)

Với kỹ thuật Double Exposure, chúng ta có thể tạo ra được nhiều hiệu ứng ảnh khá thú vị, có thể thành phẩm tạo ra sẽ có chút gì đó ma quái, kỳ dị hoặc có khi lại đầy nội bên, cảm xúc bên trong. Mỗi người, mỗi tác giả khi dùng kỹ thuật này đều có những lý do riêng của họ nhưng tôi chắc rằng tất cả đều có chung một mục tiêu: ĐẸPĐỘC

Về lý thuyết là thế, còn thức tế thì sao? Cùng nhau chiêm ngưỡng những tác phẩm Double Exposure dưới đây để hiểu rõ hơn về kỹ thuật thú vị này. Một số tác phẩm có khi đẹp hơn hẳn ban đầu, số còn lại thì đẹp và độc một cách khó tã, thoạt đầu chúng ta sẽ cứ ngỡ đấy là một tác phẩm Manipulation nhưng thật ra không phải đâu nhé.

Chúc các bạn vui vẻ và hi vọng bài viết này có ích cho tất cả chúng ta !

P/S: click vào ảnh để xem ảnh gốc nhé, một số cho phép bạn download, một số thì không.

Aisles In The Sky. “Some lovely cloud action and a nice vanishing point perspective on the aisle numbers.” (Image Source: Lomo-Cam)

aisles in the sky

Barrier Of Clouds. Garden photography with double exposure technique applied, creating the beauty that can’t be achieved with common technique. (Image Source: Céline R.)

barrier of clouds

Between Heaven And Earth. Double exposure technique applied to overlap the sky and the sea, what a heavenly scene. (Image Source: Isvibilsky)

between heaven and earth

Brad Jeff Fight. “We ended up there because we wanted to sit down and eat our chips and I needed light to make this picture because if I used flash it would’ve made it much more difficult with the shadows.” (Image Source: foryoutoknowtice)

brad jeff fight

Construction. Great combination that brings out more beauty, two are better than one! (Image Source: VEM / VAS)

construction

English x Name. Nice blending of photos and colors, gorgeous shot! (Image Source: theCarol)

english x name

Factory In The Sky. Great angle with perfect combination, hodachrome knows how to do double exposure photography very well. (Image Source: hodachrome)

factory in the sky

Feelin Dizzy. Another example of how double exposure can emphasizes the feeling of the photo, pretty calm and chilling one. (Image Source: hodachrome)

feeling dizzy

Ferndale Cemetery. Gate of cemetery or gate of hell? Really cool work with redscale technique applied. (Image Source: shoegazer)

ferndale cemetery

Gather My Strength. “I have wanted to do some Francis Bacon inspired photos. They’re strange, dark, captivating, slightly uncomfortable, and probably done to death. Uploading this makes me a little uncomfortable as I don’t have the most photogenic body or anything like that. Face is adequately smooshed and melted though.” (Image Source: beast love)

gather my strength

Gueishan. Peaceful feeling can also be achieved by double exposure photography, breezing shot. (Image Source: Blowing Puffer Fish)

gueishan

Hideaway Hands. Done without Photoshop, Dan Mountford is probably the genius who extended double exposure photography to become a new branch of art. (Image Source: •DΛN MOUNTFORD•)

hideaway hands

I Love You. Magnificent piece that really showcases the specific effect that double exposure photography can achieve, I love this one! (Image Source: Experiment of the nature)

i love you

In Her Course. Thomas Barbèy is the genius who can combine 2 common photos into an absolutely unique art piece. I just know that Statue of Liberty is built on tree! (Image Source: Thomas Barbèy)

in her course

Mirrored Downtown. “Took this shot from the pedestrian bridge and then flipped it. I love how the sky looks like it is reflected in the water.” (Image Source: Lomo-Cam)

mirrored downtown

Oh Sheet!. Are they skiing on ice or sheet? I don’t know, but this piece is epic. (Image Source: Thomas Barbèy)

oh sheet

Old Man Texted. “Texas State Cemetery. Some text from a speech by Roosevelt on a tomb and a statue of a saint.” (Image Source: Lomo-Cam)

old man texted

Pandora. Absolutely stunning piece with spooky effect. Hauntingly beautiful. (Image Source: TommyOshima)

pandora

Pathway // Ladders. Very hard to believe this unique work was not created using Photoshop except the color adjustment, it’s just too cool. (Image Source: •DΛN MOUNTFORD•)

pathway // ladders

Piano Peace. I call this epic. Really wondering how to achieve this without Photoshop editing, especially the part of the Zebras’ lines matching the piano’s black bars. (Image Source: Thomas Barbèy)

piano-peace

Power Mix. More power with double exposure! Well-formed piece. (Image Source: hodachrome)

power mix

Power Station In The Sky. Perfect combination with perfect colors, I will not be surprised if this piece gets any award. (Image Source: hodachrome)

power station in-the sky

Rainy Night. It’s rainy night in the Finlay drive. It’s an elegant night. (Image Source: radofankaras)

rainy night

Ratz. Great attempt and idea on double exposure photography, very inspiring one. (Image Source: extravaganciaincluida)

ratz

Ribbed Sky. “Because I can’t stop doing textured sky shots! The highway underpass and the lovely cloud ridden sky.” (Image Source: Lomo-Cam)

ribbed sky

Roller Coaster. “This is cool – the double exposure gives it a great vibrancy” – m+b (Image Source: benman31)

roller coaster

Scenic Detour. Renaissance of double exposure photography probably starts from this fantastic work. (Image Source: Thomas Barbèy)

scenic detour

Sittin’ Tall. “No flash on the Lincoln exposure. Colorsplash orange on the second exposure. Another double exposure wonderment. It makes the pictures so much more important to me when I think about the accidental magic.” (Image Source: Lomo-Cam)

sittin tall

Standing In The Cloud Parking Lot. “I was standing outside Shanghai Dim Sum, waiting for them to open. The recent drizzle made the parking lot extra dark and Ivan’s feet were just right. The sky was clearing up and I saw the chance for a soft double.” (Image Source: Lomo-Cam)

standing in the cloud parking lot

Sunbathing. A peaceful walk under the water? Where will be the couple heading? Again a beautiful, thoughtful double exposure photography done by Thomas Barbèy. (Image Source: Thomas Barbèy)

sunbathing

Sun Stroke. Tennis on the sky! Double exposure photography has no limitation! (Image Source: Thomas Barbèy)

sun stroke

And The Living Is Easy. Beyond wonderful, simply speechless on this one. (Image Source: Elena iPhoneography)

and the living is easy

The Gates Of Hell. What will the city looks like if we are in doomsday? Double exposure photography can help you imagine it. (Image Source: captainbonobo)

the gates of hell

Tree Map. What a glamorous shot, probably an underrated piece! (Image Source: Lomo-Cam)

tree map

Turn Your Head To The Right. Several elements were mixed into the photo, yet it feels so natural. Truly professional piece, no doubt. (Image Source: •DΛN MOUNTFORD•)

turn your head to the right

Vector. Photos created in camera + Color edited in Photoshop + Vector overlayed in illustrator = Insanely cool work. (Image Source: •DΛN MOUNTFORD•)

vector

Windows. The great part of double exposure photography is it’s mostly about random, see how beautiful a work can achieve even with random composition. So, relax yourself and just have fun with randomness! (Image Source: benman31)

windows

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