19.05.12 by Jeff

Multiple exposure photographs by Stephanie Jung

Photographer Stephanie Jung photography
Multi-exposure photos of Japan, by Stephanie Jung.

Photographer Stephanie Jung photography

Photographer Stephanie Jung photography

Photographer Stephanie Jung photography

Photographer Stephanie Jung photography

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Maxwell Morris

    These are beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

  • colby

    those are great! they almost look like they are animated or painted.

  • awesome!

  • Goodtimesallovertheplace

    Something Fierce

  • Interesting and nice work

  • lepetitfaon

    WOW these are incredibly special, I love the sense of fragmented motion in these (particularly in the first and last), reminds me of a neurological disorder akinetopsia where you cannot see fluid motion, instead motion starts and stops as if under a strobe light, these are beautiful and just like that, really really intriguing pieces 

  • David

    I like tour images so much. Probably the best multiple exposure on the web! I suggest you to try OverCam, my “home made” App for doing multiple exposure in real time”:

    http://www.studio-307.com/OverCam/OverCam/OverCam.html





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