Are your double exposures looking rather pale? Here’s a quick and easy tip – just use a dark backdrop to change that!
The colour black reflects no light at all. Whereas the colour white reflects a lot of light. When doing double exposed shots you want the least amount of light to be reflected in your background.
For my double exposures I always use my navy blue bed sheet as a backdrop/background for at least ONE of my shots if not both. For example in these pictures I took pictures of my dog just on my wood floor, but for the second exposure I put the playing cards on my navy blue sheet.
But here are some examples of double exposures with a both shots on a white background
Now that you've set up your very own LomoMod N°1 camera, it's time to take some pictures! Here are two tips that you should try on your indoor and nighttime photo walks — flash photography and long exposures.
Photographer Alexandro Pelaez has a new exhibition called Eclectic at Bermondsey Project Space this October. We talked to him about his series of photographs using the LC-A+ and what it takes to made a good double exposure.
Filmmaker and photographer Sheldon Walker investigates his interest in U.S. history with his series entitled "Buffalo Soldier". Recreating scenes from a bygone America, Sheldon presents history in a visually captivating manner. Learn more about his series here.
UK-based photographer Flore Diamant has carved out a career photographing bands, festivals, places and people. She shoots predominantly with film and has a totally unique approach which makes her work stand out from the crowd. We talked to Flore about making it in a difficult industry.