Photographing Scenery with Multiple Exposures

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Palmetto trees create amazing, graphic patterns with their colorful fronds. In this video, professional photographer and editor Tony Sweet shows you how to create an abstract photograph of these frond patterns. You will learn how to make multiple exposures of the same composition in-camera, and the alternative method of capturing individual multiple exposures to later compile in editing software.

In the editing suite, Tony shows you how to merge the ten separate exposures in Photoshop and Nik software. Because each of the ten exposures was shot handheld, they all line up slightly out of register. Ironically, this technique results in a beautiful, abstract image of Palmetto fronds.

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