Multiple Images

Photographers have explored the idea of presenting multiple images in different ways. They have used various techniques and processes that include digital layering and collage.
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Norway — winter time lapse photography of Midnatt Sol (midnight sun)

New York photographer Bruce Davidson documented a gang of troubled Brooklyn teenagers in 1959 that called themselves the Jokers. Check the album out here.

Captivating Photos of a Teen Gang in '50s Brooklyn

vintagegal: “ The photography of Bruce Davidson- 1959 “Brooklyn Gang” series ”

Duane Michals, The moment before the tragedy

Duane Michals: This Photograph is an example of Duane Michals work. This photo tells a story through a series of photographs taken at different moments taken to convey the story.

Captivating Photos of a Teen Gang in ’50s Brooklyn | Bruce Davidson

Captivating Photos of a Teen Gang in '50s Brooklyn

Elias Wessel photographs Alexandra Richards for Lush Magazine

School art auction idea -- photo collage with smile theme, includes pics of kids' smiles. Maybe do a quote about being happy or smiling or something in the middle?

Double Exposures Blur Lines Between New York and London by Daniella Zalcman

Double Exposures Blur Lines Between New York and London

New York London A Collection of Double Exposures by Daniella Zalcman yatzer 6 New York + London: A Collection of Double Exposures By Daniella Zalcman

Raoul Hausmann (1886 - 1971)   Construction en fer, Limoges  1954

Construction en fer, Limoges

Fanciful Megalomania by Jonathan Gales via dpr-barcelona The film project Fanciful Megalomania is described by its author Jonathan Gales, as some “Fanciful drawings of construction sites“. Gales is a film maker and designer based in London. For his master degree at the Bartlett School of Architecture, he is researching on the mixed use of film, animation, music and photography. Gales says about his project “the film is focused around the city and his fanciful sp

It is a shot from a film by Jonathan Gales. Megalomania by Jonathan Gales The film perceives the city in total construction. The built environment is explored as a labyrinth of architecture that is either unfinished, incomplete or broken.