I just tried something new to those old film strips that I have in my box. I’m looking for film strips in a different moment and bring back the old moment I have. After that, I prepared the Scanner and Digitaliza. Let’s get started!
I chose some film strips that I took a picture at night and was under exposed. The process is choose your first under-exposed film strip for the background and then put your second film strip that lightens the background in front of the first film (use digitaliza). And then you can see in your scanner like regular multi-exposures.
So, it’s just tipster. IF you have a Lomography camera that cannot do multi-exposures. Why don’t you try this tips? Just double the film strips in your scanner. Have a try and good luck!
The process is simple: the first photograph is stored at the bottom, it was a dark-dark so that the second photograph that we put at the top looks just like anything with multile regular exposures.
We devote two films on digitaliza results, and we’ll get the new and exciting looks.
Let’s dismantle the stack of films that have been long we stored and try to return to our play.