Originally Posted by PaintedSaint
In one shot, I dont mind that blurred finger-esque thing infront of the lens, but much more than that and its just distracting
For me at least, I think each of the photos stand well on their own, but 6 up like that doesn't. It was a style I've never shot before which I think could work better with harsher lighting with more specular highlights and stronger bokeh.
Oldskool: I think 1 and 5 are probably the best of the double exposures, I don't care too much for 4.