Love the last one with the buildings behind the head. I used to do this with my old film camera. Wonder if it's possible with my digital slr?

Love the last one with the buildings behind the head. I used to do this with my old film camera. Wonder if it's possible with my digital slr?

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saatchiart: “ Announcing the Motion Photography Prize, jointly awarded by Saatchi Art, the Saatchi Gallery and Google+, to celebrate a “new art form for everyone.” Simon McCheung’s entry for the Motion Photography Prize entitled “An Underwater Spell”...

In this series, I like the use of double exposure mixed with black and white pictures. The images seem wispy and mysterious.

In this series, I like the use of double exposure mixed with black and white pictures. The images seem wispy and mysterious.

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY came across him on Facebook and looked even more into his work its creepy but interesting

CHRISTOPHER McKENNEY came across him on Facebook and looked even more into his work its creepy but interesting

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