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Rule # 2 : Use your Horizon Perfekt Day and Night (Self Doubles of One Subject)

Actually it's not a tipster, just share what I did. You can create your own double/multiple exposure with variety of D.I.Y. splitzer. Not all of my photo was taken with the D.I.Y. splitzer that I write below. Some of the photo was just shoot night and day at the same place.

I have always admired hodachrome and dakadevpui for their DIY splitzer and magical double/multiple exposures. Unfortunately, my Horizon Perfekt doesn’t have the MX switch for making double/multiple exposures. But after reading one of tipsters (I forgot which one is it), I got an idea to do this kind of day and night doubles with my Horizon Perfekt camera.

Photo by hervinsyah

First thing I did was cut a paper to the same size of my Horizon Perfekt camera lens & put the double tape at the edge of the paper to covering half of the lens

Photo by hervinsyah

Next, I shot on a favorite photographer’s spot in my hometown at night until my film fully loaded with the shoot.

Photo by hervinsyah

Third, I wrote the 1st – 23rd subject of my shoot at piece of paper cause I’m not a good reminder.

Photo by hervinsyah

Fourth, I rolled the film until the camera sounds “click” (you can feel it also), and then open the camera. You’ll find the tongue of the film still there. Then put it again to shoot from the first frame.

Photo by hervinsyah

Fifth, I pulled the paper at the lens and covered half part of the lens which was open at the previous shoot.

Photo by hervinsyah

Sixth, I shot at the same object that I shoot at night, but this time, during a bright, sunny day.

Photo by hervinsyah

Seventh, looked at the paper to know which subjects I should shoot at night for the 1st to the 23rd frame.

Photo by hervinsyah

Last thing I did was rewind the film, send it to the lab for developing and scanning, then I uploaded the photos to my LomoHome.

Photo by hervinsyah

The Horizon Kompakt makes it easy for everyone to shoot fantastic panoramic images. With fixed focus and aperture settings, all you have to do is point and shoot! Get your own Horizon Kompakt now!

written by hervinsyah

9 comments

  1. adi_totp

    adi_totp

    great idea :D

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  2. hervinsyah

    hervinsyah

    @adi_totp : Nuhun pisan, Di ^_^

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  3. ronyraymon

    ronyraymon

    izin buat penerapan ya guru?? ;)

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  4. hervinsyah

    hervinsyah

    @ronyraymon : "Plis deh, jangan lebay" (lagunya Titu =) Makasih like & komen nya ^_^

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  5. reminator

    reminator

    Nice one bro!

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  6. reminator

    reminator

    Nice one bro!

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  7. hervinsyah

    hervinsyah

    @reminator : Thank you very much for like & comment =D

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  8. bebopbebop

    bebopbebop

    abdi cobian nya a' :P

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  9. hervinsyah

    hervinsyah

    @bebopbebop : Marangga dicararobi-dicararobi, seribu tiga tamboh cie'... lho??? =D Makasih like & komennya ^_^

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