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January 2017 - Level 2 Photography Assignment - Multiple Exposures

This is a discussion on January 2017 - Level 2 Photography Assignment - Multiple Exposures within the Level 2 photography assignments forums, part of the Photo assignments category; Sony's a6xxx series have a different approach to ME's. They treat them like a firmware upgrade in that you have ...

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    Sony's a6xxx series have a different approach to ME's. They treat them like a firmware upgrade in that you have to purchase the ability to make them in their Play Memories Store. It only cost a few dollars, but its sort of limited in what you can get out of it. In other ways, it's better than what I can get out of my Nikons. Anyway, here's a rather stupid one.


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    Posting a link to an article I came across about a mont or so ago. Christoffer Relander produces some of the most intriguing double exposures I've ever seen and thought this would be a good place to share them. I can't imagine how tedious it must be to make them. Make sure you click on the "Jarred & Displaced" link in the first paragraph for a lovely video showing a little of how he does it and by all means, enjoy.
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    This one wasn't made during the month of the challenge and I think I've posted it before. Like so many double exposures made back in the day of film it's result of forgetting to advance to the next frame. The Mamiya 6 folding medium format camera used to make this one had separate film advance and shutter cocking mechanisms so it was pretty easy to mess up if you didn't pay attention to what you were doing. TMax 100 processed in caffenol shot around May or June of 20015.

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    As Barefoot did it, I will too. Just this once.

    Not from this month (or even this century). This is a double exposure I took back in my film days. My camera didnt allow multiple exposures, so I had to hold the film rewind lock open while using the film advance lever to make the camera think it had advanced the film. Both shots needed to be underexposed as well. This has not been processed in any way, just scanned from a slide. The black bar on the left was where the film slipped a little, but still I was pretty proud of myself at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefoot View Post
    Posting a link to an article I came across about a mont or so ago. Christoffer Relander produces some of the most intriguing double exposures I've ever seen and thought this would be a good place to share them. I can't imagine how tedious it must be to make them. Make sure you click on the "Jarred & Displaced" link in the first paragraph for a lovely video showing a little of how he does it and by all means, enjoy.
    I have only just got around to looking at this. At first I thought yeah pretty cool, but when I realised it was done in camera - wow. Thanks for the share.
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