Multiple Exposures: Alaska (2015)
This is series of artistic multiple exposures taken at various locations in Alaska in May of 2016. I found myself incredibly inspired by the spongy Tundra earth and it's low growing, intermittent plant growth. These photos are an attempt to capture the calm yet wild colors and textures from this amazing state. These images are the first set deeply exploring various locations through multiple exposure photography.
My process for this mode of photography is very quick and improvisational. I begin by taking in the elements around me, both near and far. From there I quickly start creating numerous tries of two images fused together, one after another until I feel I've done enough. Two images are fused together immediately once the second image is taken.
Occasionally I will take a peek at the new image, but that's only after I've taken a number of them and want to refine a particular take.
It's important to distinguish that these images are created on camera, none are separate photos blended together in Photoshop.