Double exposure surely is a famous technique in Lomography. While the Horizon Perfekt does not have the MX button, and the knob always needs to be advanced to take the next picture, double exposure is still possible for Horizon Perfekt! Read on to find out how!
First of all, there is no special trick here. I just do the simple way—shoot the roll of film, rewind, and shoot it again. But I have to make sure that the second shooting frame aligns with the first shooting frame.
1. Prepare your gear. Of course, the Horizon Perfekt is a must, a roll of film, and a permanent marker.
2. Load your film into the camera.
3. Use the permanent marker to mark a sign; just use the viewfinder as a guideline, then mark the center of the view finder.
4. Shoot and rewind. Load again the same roll of film, but make sure the marked line is at the center of the view finder.
5. Finish it and develop.
Here are my results:
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The Horizon Perfekt shoots images the length of two standard frames. With full aperture and shutter settings, this premium panoramic camera gives you total control over your shots. Prepare to be blown away by the amazing Horizon Perfekt, available here.