Photographing Trees with Multiple Exposure

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Duration: 8:36

If you shoot multiple exposures of the same composition, you need to punch up the resulting layered image to remove tonal flatness. In Charleston’s beautiful Magnolia Gardens, pro shooter Tony Sweet experiments with in-camera, multiple exposures to create an abstract image of cypress trees.

You will learn how to focus for sharpness, and how to pan your camera up and down with each exposure to create artful blurs. You will also learn how to vary your shutter speeds and depth of field for creative effects. In editing, Tony shows you the Color Efex software to copy layers and alter tones, contrast, and brightness.

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