jadecarissa
jadecarissa

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6 Comments | Report
JanLiz Platinum
 
JanLiz May 01, 2020
Says exactly how I feel fidgety at this time 🙃😶
andywhite_4513
 
andywhite_4513 June 22, 2020
That’s so Cool. I should try this 😎😎🔥🔥
livioferrari Platinum
 
livioferrari February 21, 2021
Congratulations!
deekaycee Platinum
 
deekaycee February 21, 2021
Cool photo! Congrats on being named a photo contest runner-up!
McCasland PRO+
 
McCasland February 24, 2021
Wonderful creativity and vision.
Assamese
 
Assamese February 24, 2021
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Behind The Lens

Location
I took this photo in my bedroom. Seeing as I don’t have a tripod, I put my camera on a dining room chair. I then stuck some flowers to the legs of the chair to frame the shot. I put my camera on the double exposure mode, clicked the button and hoped for the best!
Time
I took this photo at midday as that’s when the lighting in my room is the best, not too harsh and not too dark.
Lighting
I didn’t want the lighting to be too harsh as I wanted my photo to appear a bit gloomy and mysterious
Equipment
The camera I used was an Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III with the Olympus 14-42mm lens 1: 3,5 - 5,6. No other equipment was used.
Inspiration
I have always loved double exposures and wanted to try and take one of my own.
Editing
I edited my photo in Adobe Lightroom Classic and merely just made the photo black and white by adjusting the saturation and black and white levels. Additionally I adjusted contrast, clarity and exposure.
In my camera bag
I usually have my Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III camera as well as my Canon EOS 100. The lenses I usually keep in my bag is my Olympus 14-42, Olympus 17mm prime and my Canon 18-55mm.
Feedback
If you have a tri pod that would be extremely useful but it is not necessary, I just placed my camera on a dining room chair. Then put your camera into the double exposure mode if you have that as an option. Potentially you can then decide to frame the photo with anything you wish. After that, take the photo and hope for the best!

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