My recent graphical work on the computer caused me to stumble over a previously-unknown (to me) feature of Google’s Picasa – the ability to create multi-exposure pictures. One simply chooses the photos to combine, and Picasa melds them seamlessly into one image of shared exposure. This is a fun toy, and it led me to wonder what sorts of modern digital art I could create via multi-exposing some of my photo collections. This is the first multi-exposure of a set of pipe photos, the Talbert Briars and Mortas of 2003. It’s a neat effect.
Following on from that, here are some images of France from our travel photos. It’s interesting how each collection of (sometimes fifty or more) photos of the different locales lends each place a distinctly unique character in the final image.
The beach and coastline of Quimiac, not far from here, where we enjoy taking picnic lunches in the summer:
The stone, grey, ancient Breton riverside port of La Roche-Bernard, a short ten minute drive to our north:
The city of Nantes, in its somewhat nervous glory:
And, finally, our village of Herbignac in autumn:
Next post is back to grading again!