Combine Different Times and Places in One Photo through Multiple Exposures!

2013-02-26

In November 2012, I traveled to Taiwan where I took some photos. Then I reloaded the films back into my LOMO LC-A +RL and took photos in my country, Japan, one month later in December 2012. The photos turned out to be very unique – different times and places in one photo!

Do you like traveling?
Do you like taking photos with analog cameras?
Do you like multiple exposures?
If you answered “yes!” to all questions, why don’t you try to combine different times and places in one photo!
It sounds like magic, but it’s possible for any Lomographer!
Have a look at some examples below!

Taipei international airport and wishing boards at a Japanese shrine.
Small market in Taipei and Inuyama castle in Aichi, Japan.
Back street in Taipei and seagulls in Hamamatsu, Japan.
Window on a house in Taipei and flowers in Japan.
Display in Taipei 101 building and wishing boards at a Japanese shrine.

Now it’s your turn!

I’m looking forward to seeing your own magical creations through multiple exposures!

written by catfordst on 2013-02-26 #gear #tutorials #travel #taiwan #time #space #multiple-exposure #tipster #magic #overlap #japan #taipei #mixing #lomo-lc-a-rl #cross-over

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