The world of multiple exposures is a fascinating one to explore in photography. Indeed, combining two (or more) exposures in a single shot can give mesmerizing results that can seem to be out of this world, and this is the surely the case for these pictures of Montreal’s metro system. Rémi Martel is a French Canadian photographer and artist living in Montreal, and he is the one behind all these photographs. All of his shots were taken using a Nikon D7000 using the integrated multiple exposure mode with a 35mm f/1.8 DX G lens with minimal post-processing.
All images © Rémi Martel. Used with permission.
We have covered an article on editing a multiple exposure in Montreal’s metro and are quite pleased with the results, but to be honest here, Rémi Martel’s work is head and toes above anything else we’ve seen. His photographs clearly shows that you don’t have to shell out thousands on top tier gear to get good results. Yes, it sounds cliché, but composition and vision are far more important than getting that latest Canikon 1D4sx. Rémi has covered nearly all (if not all) of Montreal’s 60 something stations in all 4 lines over the course of a year. Check out the rest of his shots here and make sure to take a look at the rest of his work and follow him on Facebook!