It was cool to get a tip this morning about a post over at Light Photographic Workshops that discussed how the above image was created. To paraphrase:
Obviously using an Induro Tripod sponsored by MAC Group and ball head from Really Right Stuff, I believe it was the BH55 which is great for bigger lenses (a little overkill the day I was using it)….
This is a great image of Hal drinking to his passion for wine at Midnight Cellars. We did check out his ’05 Volatus currently in barrel…needing to get bottled soon!
Anyway, let me know if you guys have questions or comments about the image.
Hmm, I have a question; how much of that image was created in Photoshop, and how much is a result of in-camera multiple exposures? When I saw this picture, I started thinking of other folks who employ multiple exposures in their work. It took me a moment to rescue Anthony Goicolea‘s name from the depths of my brain, but I managed to do it. Goicolea seemed to be everywhere a few years ago, and I remembered this image especially:
Not unlike our winey friend above, I do believe Goicolea is making self-portraits. From his statement:
In my photographs, I cast myself in a series of staged self-portraits. Each photograph represents one of many sparse and artificial worlds, simultaneously humorous and horrific. I transform myself using theatrical elements such as manipulative lighting, elaborate make–up and makeshift costumes, occasionally using computer manipulation to alter the finished photograph.
See more of Anthony’s work here.
Do you have a multiple exposure? Send it on over and I’ll post it!