Solace for the Wild Rest

Unlike Being and Becoming, there’s rather little Photoshop in Solace for the Wild Rest. This is an in-camera multiple exposure, using eight individual exposures with auto-gain turned on, using the shooting progression explained in Being and Becoming. True, I finished the image with a Photoshop texture overlay, pretty much the same texture and blending mode that I used in When Dahlias Dream (see the bottom image in this story).

Solace for the Wild Rest © Harold Davis

Solace for the Wild Rest © Harold Davis

This entry was posted in Models, Multiple Exposures, Photography.

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