Brace yourself for a super wierd question, but: Have you ever wanted to be art?
I don’t mean splattering your essence all Jackson Pollock-like over a canvas (that sounds??so dirty, but totally interesting) or cutting off your own ear? …Nah…
Picture the hordes of people at the leaning tower of Pisa. No don’t deny it, you’ve seen the photos. All of them doing the same pose, the same thing, looking like a bunch of happy zombies. Is this really the kind of photos that you want to remind yourself of someplace special? Is the really the kind of photo that would describe you? You, who’s a unique, creative, sensible human???I would hope not…Unless it’s always been your life’s dream to pretend you’re holding up an imaginary tower. Then you’re good.
This is why I started making double exposures. It’s a way to help people feel a part of something bigger than they are. You’re not just standing in front of something, you’re actually becoming PART OF IT. Whether it’s for emotional or sentimental reasons, or just because it looks dope as hell (which it does), this is something that’s unique which you’re a part of. No one else has this exact same photo. NO ONE.
If you love Amsterdam (or the beach, the forest, dunes, or a particular piece of schrubbery in your front garden), then this is your chance to be part of it!
From now on I will be including Portraits of the City in EACH AND ??EVERY shoot I do…hurray!
This is great, since a beautiful 30x40cm print is already included in your regular session, so we just have to go ahead and plan the double exposure you’d like to make together!??