Multiple Exposure = to superimpose two or more photographs into one image.
Creating images using multiple-exposures has been a popular method of manipulation since the birth of photography, and were originally created by exposing different scenes onto one transparency, plate or negative film - which demanded a high level of accuracy and skill; like many traditional photographic processes and techniques.
Now, however, multiple-exposure scenes are often compiled and created in post-production and is a technique now readily accessible to both amateurs and professionals and is a popular way to convey surrealism in imagery. From a licensing perspective, are an undeniably popular choice for book covers and conceptual use with editorial articles, as well as fine art prints and advertising campaigns.
We have some absolutely stunning and captivating multiple-exposure pics in our collection, courtesy of our ever loyal and truly talented photographers, here are some of our favourites...