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The classic spooky special effect of the double-exposure

This week’s mash-up moves, just like the ghostly form it pictures. The trend in double-exposure is partly a nod to the world of analog photography, the ghost of an old technology. A classic special effect on its discovery in the 1960s, when reality got a bit blurred (“man!”).

Photographer Tierney Gearon’s well received show a few years back highlighted it’s magical mix of the real and the fantastic and more recently  photographers such as Jasper James’s City Silhouettes.

In the meantime have a go at this week’s Mash-Up!


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