These Multiple Exposure Eye Photos Were Made Entirely In-Camera

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Ben Dauré is a photographer based in Leeds, UK, who has created a series of photos in which he creates multiple exposure images of eyes fused with forest photos, all made entirely in-camera. 

“To get the ghosting effect on the forest shots, I take a photo and spin the camera around a bit until I’ve gone all the way around, taking 9 exposures on top of the eye,” Dauré says. “I work from the outside in, so I don’t overexpose the original eye photo.”

Ben uses the Canon 5D Mark III and its Multiple Exposure functionality, which can save multiple exposure shots as a single raw file. Head below to check out the final pieces, and make sure to follow him on Instagram to see more of his work.

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