Enjoy these double exposures plus some street photography. I hope you’ve had a great weekend. It’s almost finished now, but it will return in less than a week.
Check out Paula’s B&W Sunday post:
Sexcellent work, Max!!!
Thank you Paula! I wish you a wonderful week. Soon it’s vacation time here (just a few more weeks now).
When are you leaving?
I’ll be staying at home for most of the time.
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Tusen takk Dina. God natt!
Brilliant as always, Cardinal. Like the Clockwork Orange reference.
I had a feeling you would like and understand that reference. You’re a man with great taste.
Thank you, my friend.
Good work, as usual.
Tusen takk Desley!
Hang on, gotta go to google translate. There doesn’t seem to be a goat in that comment!
No goats today! It’s Monday! 😀
LOL I’ll have to remember no-goats-Monday.
Ok.. you’re very welcome!!
Interesting stuff. How do you choose what to double expose with?
Good question Valent. It’s done by trial and error.
You do such lovely work!!!
Thanks a lot Theory!
i like the man with the dog.
That’s my favorite photo of these: a story of friendship captured in a single photo.
Love the BW double exposures. Really like the man and dog one. Both of them don’t look like they are best friends, but I could be wrong. Ah yes, the weekend is less than a week away. Positive thinking, and positive vibes to you, Cardinal.
Yes, you’re wrong: they’re best friends (at least it looked like that to me). Good friends enjoying a morning walk together.
Now the weekend is even closer than what it was!
I love portraits that you take Cardinal 🙂
Thank you Teresa. I enjoy taking portraits and it’s good to hear that you like the results.
I truly love the one of the milk bar…that is the street one, (not double exposure). The two…rather, three different surface textures are very dynamic. Too bad you can’t put the girl from photo four in the shot of the street!
It’s technically possible to transfer her from the studio and into the streets, but it’s a lot of work and who would put a beautiful woman like that out on the streets?!? 🙂
I see the post a bit too late, but just in time for the next weekend lol 🙂
great shots as usual, Cardinal!!
Thanks Alexandra. I think I love Krakow….