On Friday while I was waiting for an appointment, I was browsing through a book of photos and came across one or two where the photographer had double exposed his negatives. I quite liked the effect and did some research on it, only to find that most digital cameras (mine included) are not able to perform this function.
So - Photoshop was the only solution, and while playing around I ended up with this image - not quite a multi-exposure, but the same flower, still with a touch of morning dew and lit up by early morning sunlight, presented three times on the same overall image - each one a little bit differently.
What I really like is the background - the large aperture blurred the background, but not enough to get rid of the odd bit of green here and there.
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