For those of you who are not experienced with double exposure photos and it seems to you like a lot of digital work, you should know that it is mainly a camera trick that you can learn once you give it a little of your time. Unfortunately, not all DSLR cameras can suppport double exposure photos, but most Nikon, a few Canon and Fujifilm’s X-Pro1 and X100s and the Olympus OM-D E-M5 are the most popular choices.
Christoffer Relander is a photographer, who found an interesting way of preserving his childhood photos.
If you want to know more, just keep reading.
Using jars and the double exposure method, he enclosed his childhood photos forever somewhere that they can’t be harmed.
How sweet is that?
He named his project Jarred & Displaced and he created it by blending his childhood photos and jars making it look like the photos are inside the jars.
The results are so nostalgic!
Christoffer was born in Finnland and it wasn’t until 2009, when he finished his time at the marines that he realised his passion about photography.
Good for him!
Today, Christoffer is an award winning photographer working full-time in this profession.
And we are so thankful for that!
He has worked for national clients as well as international, such as Nikon, Adobe and Oxford University Press.
Isn’t that impressive?
His work has been published at The Guardian’s Observer, LA Times, Oprah.com, Huffington Post, China Daily and VICE.
That’s more than impressive!
Christoffer has created many other interesting projects, which you can all see by just visiting his website.
Memories are valuable to each one of us, but most of us forget how important it is to store them somewhere safe and create an indelible project with them. Having our childhood photos somewhere, where we can easily see them gives as a warming sense that keeps as on our feet and gives us courage about the future.