27 Sep Pic(k) of the week 39: THIS IS NOT A DOUBLE EXPOSURE
Source: Bjorn Moerman
Most modern cameras (all of the latest Fujifilm X-series, more here) have a multi or sometimes called double exposure mode. I allows the photographer to take multiple images and blend them together during the shooting process; something that can be used in a very creative way!
Now, the image below is NOT such an image. While shooting the streets of the Belgian city of Ghent (Gent in Dutch), I bumped into a construction site which was fenced off. It had several banners installed along the fence, made of a partially see through material. While I framed a few images, I didn’t think too much about it on the spot. However on reviewing the images on the computer, I really liked the effect and mystery.
To me a good Street Photograph, is an image which creates more questions than answers; I think most will agree that the image below definitively fulfills that requirement.
I’m often asked if a Street Photograph needs to have actual people in the shot? Personally I don’t think so; as long as there is a human element in it, I’m OK to call it Street Photography.
Image details:Fujifilm X-T2 with the XF23mm f2 lensISO 2500, 1/500s, f8RAW development including Black and White conversion in Lightroom CCOne might ask why I shot the image at ISO 2500… For my Street Photography, I normally set up with camera in Manual Aperture mode and use a fixed shutter speed between 1/320s and 1/500s. Auto ISO, which I normally allow to float up to ISO 3200 (ISO 6400 in lower light), then takes care of the exposure variations.
While I’ve added the image to my “Best Black
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