Based in Brooklyn, New York, Emily Nicolella is a fiber artist and joy-seeker.

She is a fan of poached eggs, happy dogs and her husband's curly hair.

Multiplicity

No, I'm not talking about the 1996 Michael Keaton flick,  I am referring to exposures. Though the greatest joy of my new camera is the higher quality photos I can achieve with its upgraded technology and larger light sensor, I've admittedly been enjoying the fun new doodads and hoobiewatskies that it boasts as well. I realized tonight that I have the ability to do in-camera multiple exposures (something film cameras have been doing for many a decade). The actual process is taking more than one click of the shutter on the same frame, sort of like drawing two pictures on clear pieces of paper (anyone remember overhead transparency sheets?) then stacking them one atop  the other.
 This new camera has been rejuvenating my love for exploration and wonder in photography, putting me back to the days when its ways were new and mysterious to me and holding a camera in my hands was sort of like holding a newborn baby. This is a good state to be in as a photographer--an artistic state. I am eager to shoot more and shoot better in this year to come.

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Again But Better

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