The Chaotic Eye of the Fish


Shoot a film. Remind a little bit. Shoot again.

Wind back your film and don’t bother about what photo you’re winding back to! Do it once, do it twixe, the more the better! The result? A 24 exposure film with more than 36 times. Pictures overlapping each other and ghost like figures appear. Shoot at parties as often portraits of chaotic drunkenness are the most amazing. Remember not to "worry about any rules!’’ So grab the eye, and then shoot wind shoot shoot wind shoot wind wind shoot again and again!

written by philiipp on 2009-04-17 #gear #tutorials #tipster #multiple-exposures #fisheye


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  1. mandashitley
    mandashitley ·

    I do this on accident a lot. I don't know how I manage it. I just go to wind and I start winding backwards... half a frame later I'm like... damnit... oh well!

  2. mandashitley
    mandashitley ·

    I like #2 a lot :D

  3. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    Yeah, I like this technique... :)))

  4. stouf
    stouf ·

    aahhhaaa Good ! Very good job !

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