Untitled In-Camera Multiple Exposure

Untitled In-Camera Multiple exposure © Harold Davis

Untitled In-Camera Multiple Exposure © Harold Davis

I’m back at the in-camera Multiple Exposures. This one can be visually interpreted in a number of ways if you don’t look too closely, as is the case for many of the Multiple Exposures on my blog.

To create this image, there were ten individual exposures, combined in the camera. The model was the talented and somewhat incredible (in a very good way) PoppySeed Dancer (click here for her Instagram).

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

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