Today’s Warm Up: Analog Double Exposure Photographs by Florian Imgrund

http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2012/03/double-exposure-photographs-by-florian-imgrund/

After viewing today’s warm up, answer the following questions using complete sentences.

How do you think Imgrund achieved this look? What is the relationship between the subject and the background? What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image? What are they comparing the person to? What is the result of bringing these two different images together? How do they make you feel?

How do these compare to the double exposure images that you made?

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25 thoughts on “Today’s Warm Up: Analog Double Exposure Photographs by Florian Imgrund”

  1. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look?
    I think he took 2 photo’s and then photoshopped them together, using the Double Exposure technique.

    What is the relationship between the subject and the background?
    The subject is black, and the background is white.

    What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image?
    He is saying that the people are natural and just like nature.

    What are they comparing the person to?
    He is comparing the people to nature and natural settings.

    What is the result of bringing these two different images together?
    The result of bringing these photos together makes the nature have a new frame, in the shape of a person it has the pictures inside them.

    How do they make you feel?
    These pictures make me feel interested, because I wonder what the meaning is, and how they did it, etc.

    How do these compare to the double exposure images that you made?
    These are very similar to our Double Exposure photo’s, same technique and style of design.

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  2. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look?
    -He did this by using the technique of double exposure.

    What is the relationship between the subject and the background?
    -The subject is person and the background is a nature shot; could
    imply something

    What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image?
    -That people and nature are one or that nature has a special meaning to the person.

    What are they comparing the person to?
    -He is comparing people to nature and the setting of nature.

    What is the result of bringing these two different images together?
    -It gives personality to a bland photo of a person and it also makes
    them seem interesting.

    How do they make you feel?
    -I feel as if there is a story behind the surface photo(s).

    How do these compare to the double exposure images that you made?
    -These photos go beyond “restrictions” of the person’s body and they used black and white whereas I used color.

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  3. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look?
    He used Photoshop to get the double exposure look

    What is the relationship between the subject and the background?
    They all have the same feeling/mood to them which makes them work well together.

    What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image?
    I think he is trying to say that they have more to them then what they look like, and there is a story behind how they are now.

    What are they comparing the person to?
    They are comparing the person to nature.

    What is the result of bringing these two different images together?
    The result is two really good photos that work really well together.

    How do they make you feel?
    They make me feel kinda mysterious or curious

    How do these compare to the double exposure images that you made?
    I used nature for mine but he made his have a different feel to it then I used for mine, his are also black and white whereas mine are not.

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  4. He used two images and erased the background of one. I don’t see to much of a relationship, from what i see, his images are just a photograph of man vs nature. That individuals are similar to nature.
    They are comparing people to different things in nature.The result of bringing these two different images together is making a cool texture on unnatural things. They make me feel no certain way, I don’t think these photos are out of the ordinary or super creative, not very impressed.

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  5. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look?
    Maybe used TV to create the transparency. It said in the article that he creates all of his double exposure work without using Photoshop.
    What is the relationship between the subject and the background?
    Most of them are human and nature. I believer he is trying to connect the two together.
    What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image?
    maybe Imgrund is trying to express how the person feels through nature, or their expression.
    What are they comparing the person to?
    Nature, Earth
    What is the result of bringing these two different images together?
    I believe putting the two together is beautiful, and nature really fits well with portraits.
    How do they make you feel?
    Makes me feel peaceful. Most B&W photography has that kind of affect.

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  6. Imgrund achieved this look with double exposure. These photos fits the mood that the photographer is going for. Its very mysterious and surreal. It seems like he’s trying to create a photo that shows mystery with the landscape. Looks like he is trying to show pain in a different way. Comparing the person to nature and the wilderness. These images together creates mystery. My double exposure expresses the personality and hobby of the subject.

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  7. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look?
    ~ he overlaid the images and made one show through a second photo

    What is the relationship between the subject and the background?
    ~they are into nature

    What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image?
    ~ that they find peace in nature

    What are they comparing the person to?
    ~ nature

    What is the result of bringing these two different images together?
    ~ the result is a double exposure

    How do they make you feel?
    ~they make me feel calm

    How do these compare to the double exposure images that you made?
    ~ they are better

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  8. The way the photographer was able to achieve this look was take two pictures and overlay one with the other to create a double exposure.

    These pictures work together as the foreground is black and white, while the upper layer is lighter.

    I think what the photographer is trying to say is that humans are like nature. That we are a product of the environment.

    The result of combining these images is creating different patterns, shapes within the people photographed.

    These photos make me feel intrigued, like how the comparison between nature and humanity works together so good.

    These photos are similar to our double exposure images, except they were done better than mine.

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  9. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look?
    -He layered two images on top of each other, blending the textures and outlines.
    What is the relationship between the subject and the background?
    -the subject gives the shape, while the background gives the texture.
    What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image?
    -That they’re part of nature
    What are they comparing the person to?
    -The nature around them
    What is the result of bringing these two different images together?
    -to show a deeper look into who the people are.
    How do they make you feel?
    They bring a sense of calm, no excitement or nervousness is shown
    How do these compare to the double exposure images that you made?
    They are of a different sort from mine, as mine we’re turning people into windows.

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  10. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look? By using a lot of Photoshop. What is the relationship between the subject and the background? I feel like the relationship between the subject and the image is that as humans we are so close to nature that it is basically what we are turning into. What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image? That we are all nature from the beginning. What are they comparing the person to? Nature. What is the result of bringing these two different images together? The result of the images turned out really cool and simple. How do they make you feel? These pictures make me feel like I can connect my images better.
    How do these compare to the double exposure images that you made? These pictures are way better than any picture I have ever created. Especially my double exposure ones.

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  11. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look? By using double exposure and the nature
    What is the relationship between the subject and the background? They both are in there natural form
    What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image? That they all natural
    What are they comparing the person to? Nature
    What is the result of bringing these two different images together? They make a interesting photo
    How do they make you feel? Interested

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  12. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look? What is the relationship between the subject and the background? What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image? What are they comparing the person to? What is the result of bringing these two different images together? How do they make you feel?
    It uses double exposer. They tell a relationship. that we are close to nature. I nice picture. tried.

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  13. It looks like he used Photoshop and the double exposure tool to make these photos. The subject and the back ground are overlapping.
    I don’t like these photos there seems to be nothing special about them.

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  14. By taking an original portrait of a person and double exposing it with a picture of nature. Both are in their natural form. That they all love the nature and that is where they are most comfortable. Nature is what they are comparing the person to. They make a unique and amazing pictures. They make me feel intrigued

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  15. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look? By overlaying two images then changing the overlay color. What is the relationship between the subject and the background? Humans used to live of of nature, its almost a relationship. What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image? That they thrive off of nature and its something they love or need. What are they comparing the person to? Nature. What is the result of bringing these two different images together? Together the two simple pictures make one awesome picture. How do they make you feel? Make me feel relaxed and calm, curious as to what the photographer actually meant by them.

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  16. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look? I think Imgrund achieved this look by using double exposure.
    What is the relationship between the subject and the background? The relationship between the subject and background is person between nature.
    What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image? I think Imgrund is trying to say that the person is close to nature.
    What are they comparing the person to? They are comparing the person to nature.
    What is the result of bringing these two different images together? The result of bringing the two different images together was a great outcome. The pictures blend well together.
    How do they make you feel? Due to the smokey looking photos, it makes me feel as if the area is spooky or just dark.
    How do these compare to the double exposure images that you made? The photos compare to the double exposure images that we made by taking two photos and putting together as double exposure.

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  17. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look?
    He took a picture of the subject, and added in a different photo in photoshop and decreased that pictures opacity to overlap the 2 images.

    What is the relationship between the subject and the background?
    The background has probably something to do with the subjects personality.

    What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image?
    That the subject loves nature.

    What are they comparing the person to?
    They are comparing the subject to forest-like environments.

    What is the result of bringing these two different images together?
    It creates a really cool looking photo as well as the photo itself being able to tell what the picture is about.

    How do they make you feel?
    It makes me feel spooked because of how suspenseful the background image looks.

    How do these compare to the double exposure images that you made?
    These are waaaay more detailed and nicely taken.

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  18. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look?
    he used photoshop to create a double exposure
    What is the relationship between the subject and the background?
    the subject and the background are tied together and are one.
    What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image?
    he is trying to give them personality and characteristics
    What are they comparing the person to?
    nature
    What is the result of bringing these two different images together?
    the result is a beautiful christening of photoshop skills
    How do they make you feel?
    they make me wish I had these ideas for the double exposure photo challenge

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  19. these photos relate to each other because i think these people like the things they like theses are double expose because the pictures are blended together

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  20. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look? very good. What is the relationship between the subject and the background? they both connect to each other, by maybe asking the person what do they like most about nature. What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image? that they are into that specific sight of nature. What are they comparing the person to? making them a nice calm ocean or calm trees. What is the result of bringing these two different images together? It makes it cool first but also it tells a story. How do they make you feel? it makes me feel fine.

    How do these compare to the double exposure images that you made? it relates because they are coming together making basically one image and also telling a story in that image.

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  21. I think that Imgrund got this look by using double exposure, i think he took two photos and then combined them by adding a blurry background. The relationship between the subject and the background is that the background is more in focus and clear, and the subject is more ghostly. I think Imgrund is trying to say that the person is connected to the nature around him. The person is one with his surroundings. They are comparing the person to lonely spots like forests and like lakes, full of solitude. The result of bringing these two images together is the effect of ghostly loneliness. They make me feel peaceful, and calm.

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  22. I think Imgrund achieved this look by using double exposure with a camera and not with photoshop. The subjects in his photos are always humans and the background is always nature, specifically trees. I think Imgrund is trying to compare the people in his photos to nature and show how they are similar to each other. The result of combining the two photos is really beautiful. Imgrund’s double exposure images have a darker feel to them compared to mine but they also look a lot more professional and cleaner than mine do.

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  23. by using a film camera and taking 2 images on a single film exposure. but also added the black and white so that the colors of both images do not clash. however i am not so sure of the relationship to the subject because from person to person the background image is still of a forest or trees in general but it may be trying to say that people are close to nature in that sense but i cannot see any specificity referring to the person but they do compare the person to the nature they are laid over or under. these images make me feel like theres alot of meaning to the image im not getting

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  24. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look?
    By taking a picture of one thing and then taking a picture of another thing then combining both of them together.
    What is the relationship between the subject and the background?
    The subject may have something in common with the subject.
    What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image?
    There probably just trying to match with the subjects personality.
    What are they comparing the person to?
    There just comparing it to the object in the background which is nature.
    What is the result of bringing these two different images together?
    It brings out what the subject likes.
    How do they make you feel?
    Fine.

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  25. How do you think Imgrund achieved this look?
    – By take 2 different photos and combing them to make them into one.

    What is the relationship between the subject and the background?
    -They both have the same sort of theme to them. They balance each other out.

    What is Imgrund trying to say about the person in the image?
    – I think Imgrund is trying to bring out the persons personality through both of the photos.

    What are they comparing the person to?
    -Imgrund is trying to compare the person to nature.

    What is the result of bringing these two different images together?
    – Personality shines through.

    How do they make you feel?
    – My breath is taken. I feel calm and centered.

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