multi exposure experiments
In the film photography era, cameras had a unique button that allowed photographers to expose a single frame of film multiple times. Each exposure allowed for refined adjustments to lighting and depth of field, resulting in photographs that often took on abstract and unexpected qualities. These multi-exposure images, captured on a single film frame, contained a wealth of information beyond typical single exposures.
Yet, the high cost of film and the complexities of the development process made such experiments prohibitively expensive. Fortunately, the digital age has revolutionized photography. It's now more cost-effective, and advancements in digital technology provide photographers with real-time feedback, enabling them to adjust settings and experiment without the limitations of film cameras.
My passion for multi-exposure photography connects with my appreciation for mid-20th-century art, culture and history.
Albert Einstein's theory of relativity had a profound impact on 20th-century arts. This groundbreaking work challenged our understanding of space, time, and gravity, inspiring artists to explore new perspectives and representations of the world.