Hipstaclass 009 – 001: Introduction

By on April 2, 2013

hipstaclass_001_002 Multiple Exposure - the merging of two or more images into a final print - is not a new concept to Hipstamatic. First introduced in the Dali Museum GoodPak in November 2010, multiple exposure filters have been introduced in a limited capacity across the Synthetic family of products.

This changed in October 2012 with the Multiple Exposure Kit; now two or more exposures could be applied to any Hipstamatic combo.

Hipstamatic New England has had the pleasure of bringing together 47 photographers from 5 continents to explore every facet of Multiple Exposure; nearly 600 images were produced. The Hipstaclass was the ninth in a series that has explored other aspects of Hipstamatic photography.

This Hipstaclass surveys multiple exposure filters in HipstamaticIncredibooth, and the discontinued D-Series. Then we move on to the mechanics of the Multiple Exposure Kit. Finally, we explore tips and techniques to create effective multiple exposure images and avoid commonly made mistakes.

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Example, Portrait Orientation Locked
Wonder / Alfred Infrared / Jolly Rainbo 2x
Tom Choinski, Hipstamatic New England

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Example, Triple Exposure
Lucifer VI / Sugar / RedEye Gel
Photo By Hank Bauer

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Example, Patterned Background
Wonder / Blanko Freedom 13 / Off
Photo by Michaela Meerkatz

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Example, Pattern and Overlap
Incredibooth / Haus O'Haunt / Salvador 84
Mark Allan Smith, Hipstamatic UK

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Example, Salvador 84 (Dali Museum GoodPak)
Salvador 84 / DC / Off
Laetitia Harnie-Coussau

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This post is also available in: French

One Comment

  1. It's A Kev (@itsakev)

    April 3, 2013 at 7:27 pm

    Looking forward to reading the entire Multi-Ex series!

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