For a reminder, here’s a small version of yesterday’s conventional image:
Next is a multiple exposure version of the same general subject (made a day later):
Both images captured with an iPhone 6 Plus. Both are straight from the camera except for some color and tonal contrast adjustments – the point being that I didn’t take a bunch of individual exposures and then layer them in Photoshop. I’ll save the “how” for another post; just recall that camera phones, just like DSLRs, are computers with lenses. Just as my Nikon D800E can produce multiple exposures in the camera while some other DSLR makes cannot – so it’s also true with a camera phone. All it takes is the addition of software (an app) that teaches the iPhone computer how to do it.
Tomorrow we’ll look at a camera motion version of this clump of flowers.
The art quality in today’s image is questionable. I have my DSLR multiple exposure technique down pat after years of learning. However, camera phone technique – not so much! The journey is half the fun of it, so I’ll get there.