seeing double

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Camera: wide lens SuperHeadz. Film: Kodak Colorplus 200.

My first attempts at intentional double exposures (remember the accidental ones?). Particularly happy with the first photo, where the sun somehow fits right into the building's entrance and the flares burst out. It's a hit and miss, but I definitely want to experiment with double exposures even more.

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ana b. said...

The bottom one makes me feel like I'm ascending the tracks of a roller coaster! Weeeee.

tegan said...

I have a 35mm and a 120mm camera, I can't wait to experiment with double exposure, these pictures are awesome! :D xo

Rakhshanda said...

Hey great pics!!Awesome photography.

Diana said...

Great pics, how do you do it, i do it with Piccasa, i can just put 2 pics togeather and it gives me the same result.

Diane said...

These are way awesome. I tried some double exposures weeks and weeks ago but have yet to get the film developed (I have so many that I need to get processed that any specific one is lost within the pile!).

I really like the second photo where the grass is peeking through the windows. Very very nice.

Little Bear Stories said...

i really love the first picture xx

Tash said...

these are stunning. it sort of looks like a reflection in a window.

Rhianne said...

the top one is pretty!

The first ever double exposure I took was amazing and I just havent been able to recapture that yet...

Kirsten said...

I love the familiar sights of Melbourne combined together :)

curious constellation said...

I love that in the first photo it looks as if the buildings are floating in the sky.

daisychain said...

I adore these, esp the first photo!

andrea said...

I like double exposures :)

Alice said...

I love the secon one. Well done!
They looking relly gorgeous.
xx, Alice from bells and whistles :)

Moodswing Darling said...

oh waw waw waw, these are just GREAT !

everygoodandperfect said...

These are great! I agree, the framing of the first shot turned out really well. I LOVE shooting doubles with my superheadz slim cam. It's so unpredictable and fun! And being pleasantly surprised with the results is just the best feeling :) With doubles, I enjoy mixing textures and scenes. I've also shot doubles with my fisheye - and those get real crazy!

amylou said...

love them all but especially the last one. It feels like riding a train with other images playing across your mind while you are watching the window. So pretty!

Line said...

gorgeous!

Influence said...

Fantastic pictures!!

lavelle said...

the first is spectacular x

sara said...

the first is amazing! they're all really cool though

Jen said...

I totally love these! I was shocked to read that you created them! You did an AMAZING job.

Celeste said...

These came out so well! Now I want to try this with my Holga :)

Miki's scrapbook said...

I particularly love these three pictures. Can't stop staring at them!

CAPow! said...

these are great!

Madeleine said...

I love these, especially the first one! Like you said, the sun looks really neat

Kate said...

Neat shots! Double exposures are very fun.
xx

Rachell Taylor said...

These are fantastic.The first and last is really beautiful.

Sam said...

Love! These are gorgeous! I say we need to see more of these Anna - you're on to a winner!!

wallflowersforjane said...

anna, your doubles are really pretty! if you want more tips on doubles, go to this blog, lomo-cam.blogspot.com. he has amazing doubles and writes alot of tips for better doubles photography!

Marinka said...

those are nice, it does looks like a reflection through a window

Little J. said...

I really love your pictures but these are very interesting! I have a Diana. It's new for me and I'll try to do doble exposures. I think it's like a surprise. You never know how will be until the end.

A Flourishing Perspective said...

Well done, darling! These are fantastic. And yes, the first one is my favourite too. :)

XOXO-
Rachel

Laura Loo said...

Great! I like them. How do you do them on that camera? I have been trying to do them with my Diana Mini, and I really like some of them. They're such a cool concept! In fact, I don't really care for just straight shots on it anymore. Hah, but a lot of the time I forget if I've wound the film or not, and end up getting the exposures paired wrong and its all off. I'm still learning :p But yes, yours look nice :)

See Hear Say said...

nice work anna, i really iike these!!

Emily, Resplendent Tranquility said...

Oh, you should experiment more! These are fantastic! I've been meaning to do this for a while now. You've definitely inspired me to make an attempt :)

Down and Out Chic said...

they're great! the only double exposures i've taken were definitely accidental but i think i'm going to try to be more intentional about it.

sarathira sukiman said...

i just got a new camera as a gift and i cant wait to experiment with it, and after seing your beautiful pictures, it makes me want to learn the tricks even more! But of course its going to take some time until it gets to be as dream as yours :)

hope youre having a lovely day miss!
xx

katsicles said...

These are beautiful.
i didn't think you could do this with the superheadz!
Oh do tell, how do i make the magic happen?