Double Exposure

One of the many reasons I'd love to upgrade to the Canon Mark III this year is the ability to do multiple exposures in camera. Double exposures often turn out a little weird or unintentional looking, but sometimes you get magic like this or this.

Of course, it's possible to fake the effect by layering two photos in Photoshop and blending them together. I messed around a little with this one and I think it turned out sort of fun, like Stephen is dreaming about J. I'd love to see what kind of shots I could get doing it all in the camera, on the fly.

Welcome (back)

After some thought, I've decided to start blogging in this space again. I don't expect that I'll be here with any kind of scheduled regularity or significant thoughts, but I have a few ideas, recipes, photos and thoughts kicking around in my head (and parked on my hard drive) that I would like to share in some capacity. I'd like to keep my business blog strictly for business and use this space to post the random things that come up day to day.

And really, if we're being honest, I feel like the original theme/concept behind this blog is something that's gaining more and more relevance in my life at the moment and I wanted to start this blog up again and see where it goes.

Now, for good measure, here's a photo of Jezzie. Posting dog photos is a sure-fire way to blog success, right?