Before & After \\ Double Exposure Wedding Edition

After I shoot weddings all of the images stay on my cards for several days.  I do this because I want to give myself the option to create double exposures for my clients but on my own time.  This is always a pleasant surprise when I throw in a fine art photo like this into the mix for my clients.  It sets tends to set me apart as a photographer and shows my clients that I'm and artist first and that I didn't forget about them as soon as I left.  It shows them that I care.  

This double exposure was actually a result of me feeling really down one dreary afternoon.  I'd been traveling a lot, my patience was short and I felt overworked.  When this happens, going out and making art for the sake of making art, is generally a quick remedy.   

I grabbed my card that still had around 4k photos on it from a wedding shot a few days before and headed out towards my favorite coffee shop.  Along that way I challenged myself to keep an eye out for those textures that I knew would create a great double exposure. 

Mark Maya Photo

Mark Maya Photography, Durham, NC, 27707, United States

Durham, NC urban portrait photographer.

Mark Maya is a wedding photographer and educator from Durham, NC.