• Multi_Exposure_David_Brown_00
    Photos of the day by David Brown

    Lens:  Roboto Glitter  Film:  Ina's 1935  Flash: off Using:  Multiple Exposure Kit  Note from Tom Choinski: "When considering the assignments for the Multiple Exposure Hipstaclass, I came across an interesting nugget from earlier article on at the...

    • Posted April 8, 2013
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  • POTD_006_David_Brown_00
    Photo of the day by David Brown

    Lens:  Chunky  Film:  BlacKeys SuperGrain  Flash: off Using:  Multiple Exposure Kit  Note from Tom Choinski: "One Geo Ball, two exposures... three balls? This picture is a great example of overlap. Where the shadow of one exposure overlaps with...

    • Posted April 7, 2013
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  • Hipstaclass_006_00_2
    Hipstaclass 009 – 006: Conclusion – Be creative

    Multiple Exposure can be more than replicating a subject or superimposing random scenes. In the example above two elements are combined to make a single, new subject. Multiple Exposure can be used to tell a narrative, create...

    • Posted April 7, 2013
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  • POTD_005_Therese_Cherton_00
    Photo of the day by Thérèse Cherton

    Lens:  Tinto 1884  Film:  Sugar  Flash: off Using:  Multiple Exposure Kit  "Double exposure is an exercise in technique. Thanks to Tom's Hipstaclass, I have experimented with multiple exposure and learnt how to use it. I had already...

    • Posted April 6, 2013
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  • Hipstaclass_005_00
    Hipstaclass 009 – 005: Manipulating light levels

    The act of merging exposures inevitably increases the light exposure, overexposing and washing out the image if countermeasures are not taken. To counter this, embrace the darkness. Filming in very low light conditions, can normalize the final...

    • Posted April 6, 2013
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  • POTD_004_Simone_Muresu_00
    Photo of the day by Simone Muresu

    Lens:  Wonder  Film:  Blanko Freedom13  Flash:  Jolly Rainbo 2X  Using:  Multiple Exposure Kit  "When light goes down, Hipstamatic seeks focus; so I switch off my torch led light and when I switch it on again and shoot,...

    • Posted April 5, 2013
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  • Hipstaclass_004_00
    Hipstaclass 009 – 004: Background influence and overlap

    Inherent with every multiple exposure image is the phenomenon of overexposure and ghosting, which increases with every image taken. The brightness of images being combined has a huge impact on the final result. The key to controlling...

    • Posted April 5, 2013
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  • Hipstaclass_003_00
    Hipstaclass 009 – 003: The Multiple Exposure Kit

    The Multiple Exposure Kit was introduced October 2012 with Update 260. It allows the user to take unlimited exposures using any Lens/Film/Flash Combo. It is shown as a black/yellow slider button in the upper left corner of the...

    • Posted April 4, 2013
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  • POTD_Christy_Heffernan_00
    Photo of the day by Christy K Heffernan

    Lens:  Salvador 84  Film:  C-Type Plate  Flash: off Using: Olloclip Wide Angle "Southboro, Massachusetts. Another Church I found today - and rather liked the architecture. For this I took 29 shots. I was trying *really* hard to...

    • Posted April 4, 2013
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  • Hipstaclass_POTD_Susanne_Bodin_Nordin_00
    Photo of the day by Susanne Bodin Nordin

    Lens:  Lucifer VI  Film:  BlacKeys SuperGrain  Flash: off Using:  Multiple Exposure Kit  This amazing photo is actually a rare bug that took nearly 50 takes to trigger. 1. Multiple Exposure Kit is activated 2. Viewfinder is Expanded...

    • Posted April 3, 2013
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