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Create a Variant MX with Various Types of Films

This is the magic of analogue photography. This is one of the so many reasons why we choose Lomography. This is Multiple Exposure photography.

Photo by ekeupratama

When we talk about multiple exposure, we always imagine something artistic, unexpected, or even something that ruins the picture haha! But people always look for the MX button or roll back the film and then shoot it again. Well, there’s some tricks to make a great multiple exposure..

The basic step for making great multiple exposures is to choose the first layer or second layer darker than other layer, so it won’t become overexposed.

Find the objects that are unique, eye catching and colorful to make unexpected results.

Don’t forget to shoot people too! We never know how the results will gonna be!

Well, some people say that multiple exposures only work with slide film that has a great contrast and saturation. But we can make another great multiple exposure with CN film or BW film. You can add light leaks or colored flash in order to make an extraordinary one. With BW film, find out a nice object.

Last but not least, try a selfie :D

Photo by ekeupratama

written by ekeupratama


  1. vespa66


    kalah banyak euy lc-a urg #sedih

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  2. ekeupratama


    @vespa66 lubitel kan bisa mx haha

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  3. vespa66


    enak ini @ekeupratama compact enak

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  4. ekeupratama


    @vespa66 hehe, aya siah rip lca tp aya tombol mx..
    urg ningali di ebay baheula basa neangan lca

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