From pattern observer images via: “Grate” by Ingrid Taylar, “Always” by Todd, “Unknown” by Dennis Hill, “Downtown Grate” by Tech109, “Grate with Light” by Andrea Church, “Just Grate” by Ryan Hyde, “Grate” by Dassaso, “Grate” by Ted Percival, “Grate” by Rob Nguyen
Traditional photographers have long been able to create two exposures on a single piece of film. This technique is now also easily achieved digitally - overlaying images using a ‘multiply’ or transparency filter, for example. This example shows how the integration of two different scenes can help to strengthen the ideas communicated within an artwork.
Gold Noble (S.1521) of King Edward III (1327-1377). Post-treaty period (1369-1377). Obv - King standing in ship. Rev - Royal cross in tressure, "E" and pellet at the center. Flag at stern, signifying Calais mint. Image by kind permission of: Ira & Larry Goldberg Auctioneers Inc.