Posts Tagged ‘masks’

Striped Double Exposure Photos Created Entirely In-Camera

The photographs in Isabel M. Martínez’s Quantum Blink project look like they were stitched together using Photoshop, but they were actually all created in-camera. She writes,

The photographs in Quantum Blink are composed of two exposures taken instants apart. The striped pattern is the result of masks placed in-camera, this feature allows me to blend two images together and at the same time keep them from fully fusing onto one another. Each photograph holds a brief sense of continuity, almost like an animation, slightly cinematographic. Though they provide a notion of movement and progression, their beginning and end is ambiguous and indistinguishable.

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An Introduction to Working with Layers and Masks in Photoshop

Here’s a crash course on getting started with using Photoshop Layers and Masks by Sean Armenta of Fstoppers. If you’ve been making edits on your photographs directly without creating new layers, watch this video to have your eyes opened to the power of layers.