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IN- CAMERA MULTIPLE EXPOSURE

My dog died. A strange opening sentence you may think, but one that's very relevant to what followed. I have had dogs all my life and Leo was the last of three. When he died I was lost and the world seemed off kilter to me, so I did what I always do, I took my trusty Fujifilm camera and headed to the train station. Waiting for the train to Salzburg, I had an idea and quickly searched through the camera menu for a tool I had never used before - multiple exposure. The first photograph I made was the one you see below. Everything is in focus, not like ICM, but there is chaos. The people are not where they should be and they are waiting for a train that will never, can never arrive. I headed to the city several times in the weeks that followed and the work you see here is my ongoing journey, one more incredible way of expressing how a scene feels instead of how it looks. Thank you, Leo, for opening this door. There is no stopping me now!

MANY THANKS TO FUJIFILM UK & IRELAND FOR FEATURING MY MULTIPLE EXPOSURE WORK IN THEIR X-STORIES SERIES!

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