Lets face it, it takes awhile to get the absolute perfect double exposure. Although the Canon 5D Mark III might make it a little bit easier with it's live view, the truth is that it takes time. For these double exposures, Francesco Paleari was able to do just that. He merged people with architecture in the most perfect sense.
Most of the time when you see double exposures they're merging people with trees and flowers. Nothing out of the ordinary, or in a way where you think, whoa that is seamlessly executed. Francesco put a lot of thought and effort into these double exposures because he originally took them for a contest. Sadly he didn't end up winning, but overall they're perfectly connected. He aimed to capture "Milan in the profiles of the people who live it every day" and thats exactly what he did.
Gabriele with the Sforza Castle.
Elisa with the Chuch, Santa Maria delle Grazie
Gaia with a Cathedral.
Pietro with the Basilica di San Lorenzo, Milan
Cristina with Torre Velasca
Niccolò with Cimitero Monumentale
Andrea with the Torre Pelli
Martina with the Palazzo Meroni
Giulio with the Arco della Pace
Matteo with the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
Mattia with the Palazzo Lombardia
Alessandro with the Stazione Centrale
Be sure to check out Francesco's other work on his Facebook page. If you have a 5D3 and you need help with your double exposures, be sure to watch this tutorial by Dyan Howell and Sara Byrne. We also would love to see any double exposures that made you say 'Wow!" so post them in the comments!