I love to do double exposures with my Lomo friends in and out the country. I love to see different cultures, the cities and life in general in one frame of picture. But apart from mark the film to do successful double exposures, there is an easier method...
1. Before you load the film, make sure you fold your film’s sprocket holes. I usually fold up to the second or third sprocket holes of the film.
2. Load your film as usual. Make sure the sprocket holes are inserted correctly into the spool.
3. close your cover camera, and shoot as usual
4. send the film to your friend and tell them to use the same method as you are
here are some double project examples using this method
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