Photography with a minimum of 3 exposures per picture. My life in 20 exposures and 5 photo’s. A tale of Lomography done by a 15 year old.
These pictures are the outcome of my journey of working with multiple exposures on 1 frame. I was curious how far I could actually go in creating pictures as a sort off collage while not losing feeling in the whole frame.
Since I’m a teenager (14 while taking most of these pictures, currently 15) I wanted these pictures to have a hedonistic touch of fun, friendship and pleasure. The five frames you’ll see in the gallery are composed of 20 exposures total. All this done fully analog with 2 rolls of film and a Diana Mini + Flash.
This is my quality time growing up along with my friends without any goals whatsoever. These are the people that surround me, they form a part of my life just in the way they also perform as a part in the full frame of every picture.
Some pro-tips when doing more than 3 exposures:
Use flash on every exposure at day to create a more washed out photo.
Experiment with using non flash exposures in your background for vibrance.
Try to keep one exposure rather simple (unless your looking for chaos).
This may sound silly but use a notebook to draw//write down your last exposure. Just to know where your picture is going. (Don’t buy a expensive notebook, the cheap dollar stuff was enough for Nabokov. It should be enough for you to)
Pay attention to shadows and highlights..overlapping a shadow with a highlight makes a much more active picture.
Contractions can work out amazing. For example: shoot a forest and a city in the same picture!
When having people in your shots remember to shoot ideas or moments, not just people.
Compensate your heavy exposures with non heavy ones.
Frames are FUNFUNFUN like Rebecca Black, try using frames! (you can even make custom ones from cardboard etc)
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