Monday, August 4, 2008

Double Exposure

I thought I'd try the double exposure feature on Picasa and this is how my gardenias turned out.

30 comments:

Kerri said...

OH, I think it turned out Great! LOVE It!!

happyone said...

I think it turned out beautiful. Great picture!!!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

WOW! I want to try that too! But hey...first I have to find or take the perfect photos. Thanks for mentioning where you tied this technique out. I really appreciate bloggrs who share. ;-)

Mike said...

Cool!! By the way, I think you get free photo storage up to 1GB and then you have to start paying. No idea how many photos a gigabyte is but it probably quite a lot! :)

Patty said...

I have Picasa but I had no idea it does that. Can you give us a tutorial?

Daryl said...

Oh that is quite nice .. now I have to go see how this is done ...

:-Daryl

Rose said...

Well, as beautiful as this is, I sure wish I could smell them! (you could send me some petals!) Just kidding....it really did turn out beautiful though.

JunieRose2005 said...

Very pretty, Dot!!


Junie

diXymiss said...

Cool! I haven't tried double eXposure before. ThanX for the tip ~ heading over to check it out.

deborah wilson said...

I love the smell of Gardenia - they are pretty bushes!

Kahshe Cottager said...

This turned out just great Dot!!

Andrea said...

I love it. Very creative.

Gypsy at heart said...

Makes a fascinating photo.

DeeMom said...

OH WOW I can smell them now what a lovely photo

Old Wom Tigley said...

Hi Dot
Great catching up with your posts again.. Spare PC is mighty slow but we are getting there.. I have never tried this... once I'm up and running I will have to have a go at this.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Hmmm... that's kinda cool! The flower is pretty!

The Texican said...

Gardenias and Magnolias and Honeysuckle - The South is really a sweet place to live. Pappy

fishing guy said...

Dot: What a cool photo combination, I wish you had shown the two photos that you used to make it.

Travis said...

Turned out wonderfuly. Great shot, and neat effect. Thanks for sharing about the picasa feature.

pts said...

good idea!

ga.farmwoman said...

I wish I could smell your gardenia over the internet. I think that the gardenia fragrance is sooo heavenly.
Pretty picture.

Jan said...

I use picasa all the time. I have no idea how you did that. It's great.

Sister--Three said...

I can almost smell the aroma.

GranmaL said...

What a great effect. Beautiful.

Kelli said...

It's gorgeous!
~Kelli

Paulie said...

Simply stunning!

If I remember right, Picasa only works for PC users so that leaves me out.

Neal said...

It turned out beautiful. I used to try double exposures with my 35mm but never had a lot of good luck.

Shammickite said...

so this is two exposures in the same pic? Looks good, I'll have to try it.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Well i think it is great too, I tried several different things on mine as well and its kind of neat how it does all that.
I have been so busy this week that i have missed many blogs so been trying to catch up on some. Glad to see i havn't missed many of yours. Altho i have not participated much in the other sites this week, No Critter or Odd shots either. Keep Nevada busy with all my great finds on Craig's list LOL.

Judy said...

That is awesome. I don't use Picasa, maybe I should.

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