We all know that doubles exposures give our photos the magic of the unexpected. There many ways to shoot the same frame twice, but I want to introduce you what I´ve called “THE KINETICDOUBLE EXPOSURES”.
Using any camera that allows multiple exposures (I used Lomo LC-A+), take the same photo twice without a tripod. Even if you think you didn’t move, the camera is not going to be exactly in the same place. That little mis-framing will give your photos some kind of move, a sense of vibration, a wonderful kinetic look:
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