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Pull out the film to take doubles exposures

Did you meet with a friend to take singular photos with more than exposure? did you work to take beautiful pictures, but when you finished your roll didn't? No problem, you have the answer!!

Maybe, you wanted to be cautious for don’t open your camera in a sunny day, so you decided opened it when you arrived, but when you did it you saw that your film didn’t finish, it was stuck!!
Well, now, it doesn’t matter because I have a simply trick for all lomographers who want to use their reel again, to make curious photos!

All you need is a roll with all the film inside and also a piece of film:

Step1: Wet the film with water like 5 cm on both sides:

Step 2: Put the piece of wet negative inside the reel :

Step 3: Pull the film out (you may need do it several times to finish it)

Paso 4: Enjoy your film!

written by megustadormir and translated by lomocrea

11 comments

  1. odjur

    odjur

    Aah thanks! I álways have that problem!

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  2. wuxiong

    wuxiong

    Practical...<:)

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  3. superlighter

    superlighter

    cleaver! and...you can also lick it! ;)

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  4. susielomovitz

    susielomovitz

    I tried and didn't work to meeee :(.... hahaha! but at least film is tasty ;).

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  5. dearjme

    dearjme

    Clever secret, I also lick mine :)

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  6. partyof0ne

    partyof0ne

    i like licking film..

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  7. arthurfincham

    arthurfincham

    ah this is so helpful
    about 3 years ago · report as spam
  8. ydpsh

    ydpsh

    I can't make it work too.. But still trying :D

    about 3 years ago · report as spam
  9. megustadormir

    megustadormir

    It's kinda difficult for the first time, but once you got it, it gets easier & easier
    almost 3 years ago · report as spam
  10. carlota_nonnumquam

    carlota_nonnumquam

    Really helpful! Thanks :)

    over 2 years ago · report as spam
  11. m22509075

    m22509075

    Hi. Just wondering. Can I use a pice of developed negative film? Or does it has to be from a film that has not been developed? Thanks in advance :)

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