In this Photo Inspiration article we are featuring Alon Avissar, who is a well known digital artist with an impressive portfolio. The pictures we have selected are realized using a technique called "double exposure". Double exposure is basically a superimposition of two exposures to create a single image.

Back in the days when digital photography wasn't as popular and accessible as it is now, double exposure effect was produced by photographers using nothing but their camera to combine two separate photographs to create an abstract and surreal image. However, now the double exposure effect can be executed by everybody with a professional image editing software like Photoshop, GIMP and so on. The advantage of using an image editing software is that you have complete control over the final output with the ability to adjust and preview the effect as you go.

As we described above, double exposure it's a technique that can have beautiful results, but what happens when you overlap more than two pictures?... That's called multiple exposure, and it's basically the same as double exposure but with more images combined.

Multiple exposure effects are a great way to creatively combine images.

About the author

Vlad Georgescu

I'm a graphic designer/web developer from Romania and I'm the founder and co-owner of icanbecreative.

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