A selection of in camera double and triple exposures from the summer of 2012.
© Christoffer Relander 2012.
All images are shot with a Nikon D700. In Lightroom I adjusted contrast, tones and cropping.
The hand portraits are all triple exposures.
Hello! I just wanted to tell you how much I love your photography! I especially love the ‘We Are Nature’ series!!! The coolest ever.
Thank you Sarah.
I’m totally agree with you!!! Awesome work!!!
These are absolutely stunning, and utterly intriguing. I have the highest admiration for photographs that make you stop and think.
Just happened to come across your website, and as a huge fan of double (and triple) exposures, had to say that I absolutely LOVE your “We Are Nature” series. Very powerful imagery, and well executed; love the concept, too.
I’m very thankful :)
Hahaha I know man, fuck quadrouple exposures, right?
I love your We Are Nature collection. How much are the portraits because I am really curious of buying at least one of them.
Stumbled across your work via Photojojo. Absolutely love your photographs. They definitely require more than a passing glance to really take them in!
This series is amazing. Can’t wait to order prints!
Great work. Let me know where and when I can buy prints.
Prints are available on request :)
absolutely stunning :)
These portraits are absolutly gorgeous!!! I never bother to comment on anything I find online, but this is some of the best photography I’ve ever seen. Where and when can I buy prints? =D
great work ! por su inspiracion e infinitas formas depoder verlas. gracias
Stunning serie!!! I’d like to have a print, can you tell me where/when to get one?
thx and keep up the brilliant work!
Send me an e-mail, I can take small orders.
Great work. Congratulations!
These exposures are great, that is why i share them for inspiration. http://bit.ly/NuwUQM, keep it up,
Amazing photos! I especially like the pose of the model in #4 and the last two photos
I just found your photos today, and this serie is so wonderful,
I have actually been doing something like this myself, only not as good.
I love it! So beautiful.
Absolutely love your multiple exposure portraits with nature. I love seeing how artists portray the identification of man and nature and your photographs do it so exquisitely. I would love to go to an exhibition to see these (I would rather like them on my wall, actually, but my wall isn’t big enough, and my pocket certainly isn’t!). :)
You can always visit the exhibitions. next year I will have at least a few around in Europe and North Carolina. Cheers!
This is the most amazing work I seen in my lifetime! Truly a special gift to be able to create Art such as this!
Best comment that I’ve received in my life time – thank you :)
I like the idea that we are nature because it’s simply true and human often forget it…
I forgot : nice pictures and good work !
hey, just want to say how inspirational your images are! I am studying this technique in my photography course and came across your work whilst I was looking for artist links. I particularly love your colour images! I had planned on only using film but after seeing these im definitely trying out some digital! just hope my images will turn out half as good as these :)
Wish you luck!
just beautiful and unique.
What breathtaking piece of work, your photos have given me inspiration and opened up my imagination, definitely voting for you for Framed Awards.
Thanks so much :)
Just wanted to say that i love your work . Stumbled across it in magazine and i’m so glad i found it!
Hi im an a level student ive got my exam in a couple of weeks and im using you as my artist. I think your work is absolutely beautiful! i was just wondering if you could tell me how you create these images through editing means. Thank you! Keep going your art is so inspiring.
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I teach high school art and we are offering digital photography for the first time. We just came across your double exposure portrait/nature series. They are breathtaking. We just did a short lesson on double exposure with our nikon d3000 cameras and my class was wondering if you could explain your process a little more for us. My students were fascinated by your work and we will add you as a photographer to follow for this class. Thank you for your time.
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Hi, I am studying A level photography and I just stumbled across your photography.I love the concept of layering images together and I do this through Photoshop but I was wondering if you could possibly give me a quick description on how to uses double exposures etc.
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Hello Chris, Lovely work. Your double exposure of the girl in the hat really caught my eye and I am wondering how much for a print and how big the print would come.
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Just wanted to say that I am a huge fan of your work. I absolutely love this series and have been experimenting with double and triple exposure myself. I was wondering how long you spend on editing your images and getting the details just as you want them?
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