Thank you to all the photographers that shared their photos that show multiple exposures in a creative way in the Double Exposure Games Photo Contest with chances to win a PRO Aluminum Tripod and more!

A special thanks to our friend and professional photographer Jason Odell for his collaboration as a guest judge in this photo contest. Dr. Jason P. Odell is a professional photographer and educator from Colorado Springs, Colorado. Jason specializes in photographing wildlife, landscape, and creative urban subjects. He has authored over 20 comprehensive photography guides and video tutorials, including guides to Nikon's Capture NX, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Nik Plug-ins. Jason's photography has been featured by Nik Software, Tiffen, Studio Photography Magazine, Wildlife Photographic Magazine, Singh- Ray Filters, and Digital Silver Imaging.

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Grand Jury Winner

"This image has a certain whimsy to it that I absolutely loved. The expression on the woman’s face as she stares down an imaginary road is wonderful. There’s a certain element of Hunter S. Thompson here that I really like." - Dr. Jason P. Odell

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"I love the thoughtful composition of this image, along with the excellent use of color in the paper lantern “lightbulb.” The woman looks like she’s deliberately placing the “idea” in her mind. I also applaud the use of lighting as a creative tool to draw focus to the subject." - Dr. Jason P. Odell

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"This image is a wonderful juxtaposition that perfectly draws your eye upward; just as if you were in the city yourself. The dark silhouette of the person contrasts nicely with the almost ghostly building rising into the clouds." - Dr. Jason P. Odell

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"I really enjoyed this classic in-camera style of multiple exposure. The horse, slowly grazing along the plain in front of a sunset, creates a lovely mood and feeling of warmth." - Dr. Jason P. Odell

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"This image is as much an artistic creation as it is a photograph. I’ve seen lots of fun digital composites, but this one combines the urban element in three striking ways: the skyline, the background, and the texture that appears almost like a poster you’d find on an urban construction site. Well done." - Dr. Jason P. Odell

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