Have you ever thought of loading your camera with two films? Probably not. And to be honest, I think it wouldn’t even work, or would it? But I had an idea similar to that, which anyone can do.
In this tipster à la rancliffhasenza, you will be shown a method how you can create a piece of art by adding a second film in your camera, or should I say small part of a second film? Let’s start, shall we?
1. First of all you need two rolls of film, I chose two color negative films, and of course a camera.
2. Now comes a very, veeeeeeeeery important detail. ONE FILM NEEDS TO BE DEVELOPED BLANK! There are two ways to get that kind of film. You send off your film for development by mistake, like I did, or you just go to your local photo store and get it developed without getting a bunch of not existing pictures.
3. Now you possess one undeveloped and one developed film. Take your blank developed film roll and cut a rectangle with the measures 4cm x 1.5cm.
4. Now you have to stick that small piece of film into your camera. To stick it in, I use gum-stickers (you use these to stick a poster at your wall).
5. Load the camera with the other film, shoot it throught and bingo, double film photos are done. You’re welcome :)