SLR Film Photography Special Effects (Part 2) – Impressionist Effect
This is a second article addressing SLR film photography Special Effects techniques that can be accomplished through the lens, being immediately immortalized on the film and ultimately the negative.
It requires no special instructions to the developing agent, whether your local photography shop or mail in developing service. Your prints will be developed with perfect exposure.
The Impressionist Effect, like the Ghosting Effect detailed in Part 1, , is accomplished by using your SLR’s multiple exposure feature, with a simpler procedure than outlined in your SLR user manual. The Impressionist Effect is more like photo art, ideal for still life or landscape photography, where all is motionless. This effect works particularly well for photographing flowers but would create an equally impactful and artistic photograph of any still life shot that exhibits lots of different colors; like brightly painted houses, fishing boats or toys.
You only take two exposures on the same film frame, one in-focus and the second out-of-focus. This will give your...