Im November 2012 reiste ich nach Taiwan und machte dort ein paar Fotos. Dann habe ich den Film in meiner LOMO LC-A+ RL zurückgespult. Einen Monat später, im Dezember 2012, habe ich den selben Film in meinem Heimatland nochmal belichtet. Die so entstandenen Fotos sind einzigartig – verschiedene Zeiten und Orte in einem Foto!
Verreist du gerne?
Machst du gerne Fotos mit einer analogen Kamera?
Liebst du Mehrfachbelichtungen?
Wenn du alle Fragen mit “JA!” beantwortet hast, warum kombinierst du nicht verschiedene Orte zu verschiedenen Zeiten in einem Foto!
Es klingt wie Magie, aber für uns Lomographen ist das möglich!
Schau dir ein paar meiner Beispiele an!
Jetzt bist du dran!
Ich bin schon gespannt auf deine magischen Fotos mit Mehrfachbelichtungen!
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