Layers of hosta

Layers of hosta

Warren, Connecticut.

Decided to try an experiment with multiple exposures on a small hosta outside our house.

The Ricoh GR makes it easy: I kept going until it told me that was enough. This one was the fourth in the series which means that there are four exposures here. I got to five and it was nice too but somehow I liked this one best.

This is a fun process and the real fun will be coming up with subjects ripe for this kind of technique. Thanks Gary and others who led me into this.

6 comments

  1. That’s one striking and beautiful photo, Richard! You’re well on your way to more fun making multiple-exposures with the great Ricoh GR II.

  2. Hey, Richard! I really like this. I wonder how this technique would work for portraits? Are you planning any shots of people we all know and love? Have a great day!

    1. Funny you should ask. I was just talking with Gary about doing a portrait a la Picasso cubism. I think it would work well but the person being shot would have to put up with it (not too self-conscious). I might have to do a few selfies to test it out. Stay tuned and thanks.

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