PhotoRadar Texture Doubles

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Cant find nice textured walls for doubles? Or probably too lazy to look for them? There are 100 textures that are available right infront of your computer monitor, you just need a little time to download them all.

I personally love textures, and I always use them for multiple exposure shots.

But sometimes, looking for a great textured walls or tree trunk to use for multiple exposure is not that easy, especially if you are in a city.

I found a site that allows you to download 100 textures for free!

1. Just download all the photos.
2. Select the texture that you want for doubles.
3. Open it full screen in your computer monitor and photograph your screen.
4. Shoot an entire roll. You can choose different photo per shot.
5. Rewind your film .
6. Reload the film for doubles.
7. And finally shoot outdoor!

I love the water droplets texture and those grunge textures!

written by icuresick on 2011-08-26 in #gear #tipster #photoradar #monitor #icuresick #tutorial #doubles #screen #gupexperiment #film #textures #experiment

27 Comments

  1. naqi
    naqi ·

    thank you!

  2. dirklancer
    dirklancer ·

    cool tip :)

  3. xyron
    xyron ·

    I love insane grungy textures. Awesome tip!

  4. morty
    morty ·

    awesome tip.

  5. mafiosa
    mafiosa ·

    Great photos.

  6. brittany
    brittany ·

    cool tip ;) thanks for sharing!!

  7. icuresick
    icuresick ·

    Thank you! I hope you'll try this Tipster! :)

  8. shoot_the_piano_player
    shoot_the_piano_player ·

    Awesome idea! i cant wait to try this out!

  9. lilo
    lilo ·

    Very cool idea! Thanks for the tipster!

  10. megzeazez
    megzeazez ·

    Awesome!

  11. fab
    fab ·

    Awesome tip, but... the site is broken! Can you check the spelling?

  12. icuresick
    icuresick ·

    Thanks @fab here is the link www.photoradar.com/techniques/technique/100-free-textures-f… There is an extra "s" in the link posted in the tutorial

  13. cecily
    cecily ·

    "Oops, we can't find the page you're looking for" :(

  14. gabysalas
    gabysalas ·

    Link has been updated. Sorry about that!

  15. icuresick
    icuresick ·

    Thank you @gabysalas :)

  16. bente-b-jenssen
    bente-b-jenssen ·

    Any suggestions how to get something simular without photo-shop?

  17. icuresick
    icuresick ·

    @bente-b-jenssen shoot real textures around you. Brick wall, tree trunks, floor tiles, etc :)

  18. gelibee
    gelibee ·

    @bente-b-jenssen I agree with @icuresick! Enjoy shooting!!

  19. superkulisap
    superkulisap ·

    @icuresick o asan na ung mga epal na nagcomment dun sa isa mong tipster cusi? hahaha

  20. allyb
    allyb ·

    cool!

  21. houda21
    houda21 ·

    Awesome tip, thanks. Question: Is reloading your film the same as taking two pictures on top of each other. I'm rather new to lomography and I don't want to make a mistake and ruin a whole film. Plus don't you get a reflection in the picture when you are taking a photo of the screen?

  22. elsje
    elsje ·

    cool!!

  23. xaviru
    xaviru ·

    thanks for tip! I'll try!

  24. lovelyrita
    lovelyrita ·

    What a great ideia! Thanks =)

  25. dragontw
    dragontw ·

    Great idea!

  26. sohaejin
    sohaejin ·

    can you tell me how to reload the film plz??

  27. icuresick
    icuresick ·

    @sohaejin just rewind the film then use this tipster to pull the film www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2010/07/13/the-film-fil…

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