Arresting Examples of Harris Shutter Photography Effect

Today you’ll have some psychedelic dream sequence messing around with multiple and strongly impressive Harris Shutter effect images. Harris Shutter is actually a photo technique that is achieved by combining different color layers from three successive shots to give so called colored ghosts to moving elements. Basically, you take three separate images and assign these shots to separate (R, G, B) channels. The red, blue, and green layers from different images are then combined to make a new composite image. This results in some trippy visuals with a kind hallucinogenic flowing rainbow of colors, because objects that move have varying color intensities than a single exposure. Now go ahead and view the most interesting and freaky Harris Shutter effect images we’ve handpicked for you to make this mundane world a bit sublime.


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