Post processing flower multiple exposures

Quick and subtle post processing

Creating multiple exposures in-camera doesn’t mean that these images don’t need any post processing at all.

How much post processing you do on your flower images? When using the proper camera techniques, they will only need minor post processing. Most work will be done in-camera. Back in the days when shooting film, I used to print black and white images in the dark room. In it you had more control over the process than most people might think. And actually it is these techniques that I still use in Lightroom. Adding contrast, brighten or darken certain areas of the image is mostly all these images need. The only extra I do now is correcting colors.

Below you can see a small video example of a quick post processing of some of my multiple exposure images.

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2 Comments

  1. Ik heb nu al enkele keren de masterclass bekeken en geoefend echt een andere wereld op bloemenfotografie ontdekt
    Stap bij stap lukt het wel merci voor deze mooie masterclasse

    • Dankjewel voor je mooie reactie! En met het oefenen wordt het alleen maar beter! 😉 Wens je een prachtige zomer vol met geweldige foto’s!

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