Get Featured: Kahren Sabater


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Get Featured: Kahren Sabater
Kahren shares with us her work, which makes different and interesting scenes with double exposure. Whilst double exposures are nothing new, I like the way these have been done. There is a very distinct style here. Check this work out.

Hi my name is Kahren Sabater, I was born and raised in the Philippines and now live in Winnipeg, Canada. I enjoy traveling to different places to take photographs of what I see around me. Photography for me is a way to share my experiences with out having to verbally tell a story.

I first began my double exposure series on a recent trip to Banff, Alberta, Canada. This technique is achieved by taking an image, then flipping my camera over and taking the exact same image again. These photographs were created from scenes that anyone would see in the area, however a completely new image has been created. The best part is the surprise of never knowing what areas of the photo will be emphasized, new shapes, lines and perspectives are drawn out of the scene.
The cameras I mainly use in this series is my Elan 7 or polaroid land camera 210. I usually shoot with portra 400 or provia 100.

Feel free to check out more of my work at my site

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8 comments on “Get Featured: Kahren Sabater”

    Freddie D. June 9, 2015 at 4:39 pm / Reply

    That is amazing work from Kahren. I am going try to do something like this with my Nikon F3. This is such a good read.

    Barry Reid June 10, 2015 at 5:05 am / Reply

    Some lovely, poetic images there. Thanks for sharing this.

    mani June 10, 2015 at 5:18 am / Reply

    These images are sheer genius!

    David June 10, 2015 at 5:27 am / Reply

    What a great idea.
    Have to give it a go on my F1
    Clever girl.

    Thanks Kahren.

    Digby June 10, 2015 at 12:11 pm / Reply

    An imaginative new twist on this technique creating some striking photographs.

    Ralph Hightower June 10, 2015 at 6:01 pm / Reply

    Those are great photos. I love the symmetry of the photos.

    Andrea Taurisano June 12, 2015 at 7:21 pm / Reply

    I find some of these images a little bizarre, but most very sweet and delicate. Interesting all of them.

    Radu Serbanescu June 24, 2015 at 4:40 am / Reply

    Incredible images. They remind me of the movie Upside Down.

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