This week, the challenge was suggested by Pascale. The title is double exposure, which is a phrase that dates back to the film days when the photographer would accidentally or deliberately take two photos on top of each other without winding the film on.
These days, it is of course possible to create the same effect with digital cameras and photo editing software and to use it for a wide variety of artistic purposes. Have a look at this blog for some examples and inspiration, and this one for a brief tutorial.
I’ve only used this technique once or twice in the past. I took this picture a few years ago of my now wife using a 1930s Kodak Brownie. No editing!
So there you are. Using whatever equipment and software you like, have a go at making a double exposure. Please send your entries in by noon on Tuesday 5th August. Have fun!