Borrowing a phrase from Monty Python, “and now for something completely different”. Blurs and multiple exposures in photography are not a new concept for me. They are, however, techniques that I’ve not spent much time with.

Part of the photography process is learning, growing and expanding our minds to try new things. I’m constantly trying to learn new techniques and continue to see the world around us in a different way.

One of my main goals, whenever I’m creating images, is to show something that others may not see. In this case, I created images others may not consider creating.

I took part in a mentorship program in order to learn more about blurs and multiple exposures. By using the styles and techniques it allowed me to create new and different art. Now, let me just say this is not a genre I’m overly fond of, but I did find a way to apply it to my own architectural leanings.

These images were created using two techniques, in-camera motion and multiple exposures. What is the subject matter? Window blinds in my office. Who knew that I could create architectural looking images using simple window blinds?

blurs and multiple exposures

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Blind Abstract #7
Blind Abstract Multi #1
Blind Abstract #6

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