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Multiple exposure with Pentax KS2
Lens: Pentax DAL 18-50 mm DC WR RE Camera: KS2 Photo Location: roi et ,Thailand ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/20s Aperture: F16 
Posted By: 4569studio, 01-05-2016, 05:50 AM

This image create by double exposure technique with Pentax KS2

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Interesting technique. Would love to see a photo without the double exposure too.
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This is cool! You should submit for Jan. monthly contest.
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Cool image. I'd love to hear more about the technique.

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This is cool! You should submit for Jan. monthly contest.
Thank you.
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QuoteOriginally posted by 4569studio Quote
This image create by double exposure technique with Pentax KS2
This seems to be a real and practical application of the multiple exposure technique found in K-S2
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This image create by double exposure technique with Pentax KS2
Very nice result. Quite a creative idea!

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QuoteOriginally posted by 4569studio Quote
This image create by double exposure technique with Pentax KS2
This is done so well!

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QuoteOriginally posted by 4569studio Quote
This image create by double exposure technique with Pentax KS2
I am not a great fan of this technique but this is lovely example of a well done double exposure.
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QuoteOriginally posted by 4569studio Quote
This image create by double exposure technique with Pentax KS2
Great shot, I highlight the intensity of the color of the sunlight hitting the fog that surrounds the structure at the bottom and the reflection in the lake. You really need to be in the right place for such capture. By the way, where was this photo taken? Asia?
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Wow there's a blast from the past... a thread coming back up for air.
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Wow there's a blast from the past... a thread coming back up for air.
And there's not even a contest on!

Anyways, it's a neat shot, even though OP hasn't been online for 3.5 years...
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I like that, could get me back to a Pentax camera, full frame.
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And there's not even a contest on!

Anyways, it's a neat shot, even though OP hasn't been online for 3.5 years...
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