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i love you forever and ever \ double exposures

Double exposures are really firing me up lately. And this session inspired me to PLAY. ( I created these in Photoshop. )

I have also experimented with this technique in my personal work on film. Can’t wait to see how those turn out.

.Tara

Michelle Adams - These are AWESOME!!! Adore how the bird flies off...

Dana - this is fanFREAKINGtastic...wowza

onsanity - love it. very different from your usual. nice to see things being shaken up!

laura h. - how fun!

Sharelle - Tara Whitney you never cease to AMAZE me with your work...Love it!

jody - You are brilliant. Love how the inspiration hits you and results in such beautiful, warm. loving images. (As a random aside...while typing this comment, I inadvertently hit something on my keyboard that made all my characters come out in greek. I thought it was something funky you did with your site just to be fun. Sigh. I am such a nerd. Happy I figured it out before I left you a nice comment IN GREEK.)

katy - oh these are SO pretty! I love them! I hope you share some of what you get on film too!

Elizabeth Baxter - So creatively beautiful! Very nice work.

Life with Kaishon - So much fun for sure : )

elizabeth pellette - these are so cool.

stephanie - Those are bonkers! I have a ton of these in my head...now I'm inspired to play. Thanks, Tara!

sarah - Love the double exposure! It is so fun to follow your work. :)

Trude - Awesome, they seem to work perfectly for the couple's personality too. :)

Tony - I love how you keep reinventing your work. I enjoy watching your talents continue to grow. Great work, Tara.

teri - Nice! I love the first with the play on text. :) You might like to look at my friend's double exposure film project for inspiration! She shoots a roll of people, then her friend shoots a roll of places -they've made some completely synchronistic gems. http://peoplevsplaces.tumblr.com

Wil Reiner - Love this! I was inspired by your blog post to try this technique and it's a lot of fun! I'm going to try to incorporate it into our wedding photography this season. thanks so much!!

sharon - these are great1 haven't tried them in photoshop yet, tried them on film and they were super messy, but I'm going to keep playing... its fun!

Trina - Ok, this is seriously awesome!!! Please share....how do you do this in Photoshop???

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