Squeezing every drop outta a Spinner and a 35mm roll …
What you need …
A Spinner 360 camera
A roll of black electrical tape
A film picker (just in case)
Open up the back of the Spinner and tape up parts of that slot (where light comes in from the front). Leave only a part of it open and you are ready for the first exposure. Once you are done with that roll, rewind and then move the tape(s) to cover the earlier exposed area and this time … expose another part of the film. This might sounds confusing but you can refer to the attached photos … and I’m sure you’ll understand what I meant. There ain’t no fixed rule about how you should tape up the slot. Just let your imagination go wild and have fun! :D
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