#FlickrFriday: Double Exposure

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double exposure Selection [30/52-2013]

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30 - July - 2013 -- Farm Double Exposure Double exposure

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FlickrFriday : DoubleExposure little ones

Sparkling fireworks

Double Exposure Abstract Brick and Fence. | #DoubleExposure | FlickrFriday

Ghost ( not Sam ;-) )

# Our last Flickr Friday theme was #DoubleExposure. This is a selection of our favorites from your submissions.

FlickrFriday can be very inspiring, challenging you to step out of your comfort zone. It was a pleasure to see all your creativity! Double exposures of people and nature were one of your favorite themes as you can see above. We also saw a lot of abstracts that teased the imagination to figure out what it was that you photographed — with the solution oftentimes only a click away in the description or tags.

We were happy to see a lot of analog contributions, but even those of you that were not equipped with "the right gear", found ways to create your double exposure in post production or took a literal approach by shooting an existing exposure. Each week, we enjoy browsing through your photos, and particularly this week it was great to read that we inspired you to explore your cameras and see how you can make your personal double exposure become reality. Read about others’ experiences and explore more of your brilliant submissions for this theme in the Flickr Friday group pool.

As every week, you can still submit your photos taken between the announcement last Friday and today, but more importantly get ready and start shooting for the new theme #LifeIsLikeABoxOfChocolates.

The next selection of your shots will be showcased right here on the Flickr Blog next Friday. If you would like to invite your friends to take part in this week’s challenge retweet us or share our status.

Photos from babyjidesign.com, Kirotea, Tissoz, reway2007, eire L, dawn.v, { Jessy Simon }, KkleinRN, megorgar, Pam_Martin, londondesigner.com, and Kai-R.

#FlickrFriday is a weekly photography project that challenges your creativity. For a chance to be featured on FlickrBlog, follow @flickr on Twitter & like us on Facebook and look for the weekly theme announcement every Friday. Browse the Flickr Friday category for more.

Posted by Kay Kremerskothen
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