ZOOM ARABIC CLASS - MULTIPLE EXPOSURE
What Is a Multiple Exposure and How Is It Used When Taking Photographs?
A ‘multiple exposure’ is a type of photograph that is created by exposing the same frame of film to light more than once.
Join this workshop led by MR. Bahaa (@bahaaphoto) (IG: @bpf_kwt_group)
Multiple exposures allow a photographer to superimpose one subject or scene over another on the same frame of a photograph. Think of the classic ghost photograph, often caused by forgetting to wind on an analogue camera between shots thus creating a ghostly multiple exposure image! Multiple exposures can also be created digitally, although this is done during post processing by overlaying multiple photography over each other. A sports sequence photograph can be seen as being another example of a multiple exposure.
Time: CLASS STARTS
6:30pm to 8:30pm OMAN | UAE
5:30pm to 7:30pm KENYA | QATAR | SAUDI | BAHRAIN | KUWAIT
4:30pm to 6:30pm EGYPT