I saw this on another forum


petrochemist

Link Posted 24/11/2018 - 20:03
Some of the shots are quite effective & rather abstract

I'm not sure the results are worth the level of work involved, but I guess photoshop probably has easy ways of doing this...

kea828 wrote:

Could this effect be made by using multiple exposures?

Not really from multiple exposures in the film way, simply combining multiple shots on the same negative. Exposure differences would either blow out the background or make the bird too faint a different blend mode is needed. From the comment you quoted they have been done by multiple exposures.
Mike
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3rd Party: Bigmos (Sigma 150-500mm OS HSM),2* 28mm, 100mm macro, 28-200 zoom, 35-80 zoom, 80-200 zoom, 80-210 zoom, 300mm M42, 600 mirror, 1000-4000 scope, 50mm M42, enlarger lenses, Sony & micro 4/3 cameras with various PK mounts, Zenit E...
Far to many tele-converters, adapters, project parts & extension tubes etc.

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