History of Multiple Exposure Photography
I have been fascinated by this kind of work ever since I saw some of Idris Khan’s images which he created using works by Bernd and Hiller Becher who used to create typologies of industrial building and architecture such as Water Towers, Cooling Towers, Gas Tanks, Water Towers, Collieries, Buildings.
But then I discovered some more photographers who were creating similar images to Idris Khan except they were using DSLR Cameras and Daniella Zlacman uses Her iPhone to create her images with n app called image blender and as she puts it ‘a lot of trial and error’ to get the results she wants.
Other artists, I looked at are Pep Ventosa, Alessio Trertoli, Stephanie Jung, Doug Keyes, Thomas Vanhoost and Grant Legrassick all of whom have different methods for creating their images.
and here are the some of the images that Idris Khan created from the Becher images except for the sheet music and London’s Tower Bridge.
Alessio Trertoli Permission for image usage
Daniella Zalcman Permission for image usage
Pep Ventosa Permission for image usage
The work below are images from a recent trip to the town centre and a trip to the Hull Sesh
The Images below were my first attempts at creating some work like Trertoli, Ventosa and Zalcman of which a couple that came out I am really proud of one been the multiple image blend of the doorways and the light coloured image of my face repeated three times then overlay add in Photoshop a colour burn added and then toned down slightly
Flash Yongnuo YN560 III
Nikon D7100 APS-C 24.4 megapixel Camera
1x 50mm F1.8 G Lens with Stabilization(Prime)
1x 55-200mm Lens with Stabilization
1x Flash Trigger
1x Flash Receiver
1x K&F Tripod
Sony 16-50mm OSS Lens
Sony A5000 20.6 Megapixel APS-C Camera (Mirrorless)