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Double exposure of tree - since D100 does not allow this fully in camera, two exposures were taken once sharply focused and on de-focused with exposure compensation. The two images were then merged in PS using multiply.
fantastic coloured leaves! ive been looking all over for some like that but havent been lucky yet.Well done on a lovely image
You probably need to be quick Michelle the lack of rain is causing a lot of leaves to wither on the branch, particularly with the acers. Good luck finding a suitable tree.
brilliant , I do like these double exposure shots, great colour.
very good. for true "double exposure", if you have two shots underexposed by a stop, you should merge with "screen".
But I do like this effect.
Your right Bri - I did shoot at -1 EV but when I tried blending I could not get the right effect (must have missed screen mode). So I adjusted exposure in RAW mode and combined using multiply. Thanks for the tip - the screen mode shows more depth to the colour and I shall use for the other images I shot the same way
Beautiful picture, lovely, lively colours. I have a question. How is this done and then combined in PS? Any help?
Lovely effect- it has a real dreamlike quality.
I like this one a lot.
is that means one with 0 EV, one with -1 EV and defocus, and blend with screen mode?
would you have any idea what tree this is?
Ooops sorry Cole and previous posters, didn't have a flag on this to tell me when people had commented.
Both should be shot at -1 EV. One in focus and one defocused, then combined in PS. If you have a D200 or D2X then this can now be done in camera.
The tree is an acer, not sure if it is a acer japonica or acer palmatum. Would guess by the leaf shape a japonica.
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