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Double Exposure Photography by Muhammed Faread Muhammed...

Double Exposure Photography by Muhammed Faread

Muhammed Faread is an American/ Egyptian artist from Seattle, WA, USA.

I’m a beginner Graphic Designer, Especially captivated By “Double Exposure” - It’s an adventure. A journey. An invitation to dive between all kinds of feelings, emotions, and thoughts. I’m going to explore the expressive power of double exposure as a form of visual poetry.

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