Simple double exposures for beginners!
I started getting involve in Lomography only a few months back. I’ve always loved the double exposure pictures which people post on their walls. I gave it a try twice but I failed but NOW ITS PERFECT!
For beginners like me, I suggest you guys to start off with an easier camera to handle like the Holga.
Things you might want to bring around with you, which might not always be necessary.
Make sure you always set your setting to “N” and set the weather accordingly ( this is to avoid under or over exposure).
ISO 400 Films are highly-recommended for beginners. Try to snap photos where there is good amount of sunlight.
For double exposures:
1. First take a snap with your camera.
2. DO NOT PROCEED TO THE NEXT FILM.
3. Snap another on the same film itself.
Tip: Try to shoot on a texture and then one woth someone or something else.
Shoot something higher first (eg. Sky or clouds) then shoot something lower.
REMEMBER TO REMOVE YOUR LENS CAP and ADJUST THE ZOOM!
I have uploaded a picture I have, look!
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