Shoot Flowers Through Glass Blocks

If your camera does not have a multiple exposure setting, you can still create a multiple exposure effect by using a glass block, the kind that is used to let in light and still provide privacy. You can find these blocks at home recycling stores or building supply stores.

For the image below, I used a glass block made with a grid pattern and placed some purple flowers with green leaves behind the block. Then I shot through the glass which created a pattern of repeating images of the plants.

Purple flowers on stems
shot through a glass block grid

Any type of frosted, patterned or other "fancy" glass can be used to create interesting effects with flowers.

If you'd like to learn more fun ways to create flower impressions, join my class at the Lifelong Learning Center in Missoula, Montana, beginning April 4, 2019. Click here to register.