At the beginning of this year, I began experimenting with overlapping layers into one picture. For this first image I used 4 images from the same stand-point photographed in a North, South, East and West positioning. Then in post-production, I over-lapped them to become a single image. It made for an interesting photograph and I discovered from a viewer’s standpoint that the longer I looked at this blended multi-layered image, the more the naked eye could slowly start distinguishing each of the scenes within the single photograph.
And recently in August, I tried another style where I blended the same single image over and over. Using a digital photograph of a building just off the city’s square, I wanted to give some kind of link to the past earthquakes that this region has endued over the recent years, by giving a visual shaking effect. Both photographs are intriguing styles that I intend to explore further.