Multiple Exposure Wedding Photos — Thoughts?

by Simone Hill

If you haven't seen it yet, let us be the first to introduce you to multiple exposure wedding photos. (By overlaying multiple images, photographers are able to create these ethereal, shadowy image effects.) We think of it as one of those ideas that can look really cool when done right or really scary like awkward-family-photos scary when done wrong. Thoughts? Discuss below.

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Feather and Stone Photography

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Feather Love Photography

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Feather Love Photography

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Amanda Basteen Weddings & Portraits

Double Exposure Wedding Photography // The Knot Blog

Tara Whitney

Double Exposure Wedding Photography // The Knot Blog

Mangolens Photography

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Jose Villa

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Dylan and Sara Photography

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