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Multiple & Double Exposures on 35mm Film

Different films have different exposure latitudes, which means some will give a more faded look when exposed more than once. Films like Fuji 400h or Kodak Ultramax 400 have a huge latitude, and they can take more than five or six exposures at box speed, whereas Lomography 100 is a flatter film with less exposure latitude so exposing more than once creates a more watercolour, ghost-like feel.

Multiple exposure on Lomography 100 35mm film - This film is very flat and I liked that it created a more watercolour feel.
Multiple exposure on Lomography 100 35mm film – This film is very flat and I liked that it created a more watercolour feel.
Captured on Kodak Ultramax 400
Captured on Kodak Ultramax 400 – it has a large exposure latitude so I was able to expose at box speed several times.
Captured on Fuji 400h 35mm film
Captured on Fuji 400h 35mm film from the top of a double decker bus
Captured on Fuji 400h 35mm film
Captured on Fuji 400h 35mm film I shot the scenery first, then I used a pink Hoya filter and shot the sky on the second exposure, blocking some of the image so the pink only hit the viewer-left half.
Captured on Kodak TMAX 3200 - Despite the name, this film is actually between 800-1600 ISO and I rated it at box speed for this double exposure. I captured the water first, then the parliament buildings.
Captured on Kodak TMAX 3200 – Despite the name, this film is actually between 800-1600 ISO and I rated it at box speed for this double exposure. I captured the water first, then the parliament buildings.
Manuel Antonio National Park on Fuji 400h 35mm film
Manuel Antonio National Park on Fuji 400h 35mm film
Lomography 100 35mm film
Lomography 100 35mm film
Fuji Superia 200 35mm film
Fuji Superia 200 35mm film – The first capture was a long-exposure, then I shot a frozen scene on the second click. Both captures were at box speed.
Kodak TMAX 3200 film - I shot the Queen Elizabeth statue first, exposing for the sky, and then I shot the clouds at box speed
Kodak TMAX 3200 film – I shot the Queen Elizabeth statue first, exposing for the sky, and then I shot the clouds at box speed
Fuji 400h 35mm film - This film has a lot of latitude so I was able to take about five or six shots. I stayed in one place and tried to capture the same composition over and over again to create this trippy effect. I believe I shot all of these exposures at box speed.
Fuji 400h 35mm film – This film has a lot of latitude so I was able to take about five or six shots. I stayed in one place and tried to capture the same composition over and over again to create this trippy effect. I believe I shot all of these exposures at box speed.
You can see the difference between the pale Fuji 400h colours and the more vibrant Kodak Ultramax film. Kodak Ultramax also has a lot of latitude so I was able to take three or four exposures at box speed to create this image.
You can see the difference between the pale Fuji 400h colours and the more vibrant Kodak Ultramax film. Kodak Ultramax also has a lot of latitude so I was able to take three or four exposures at box speed to create this image.
Double Exposure Film
Captured on Kodak Ultramax 400 – First I captured the lion (from a street poster) and then I captured the building.
Captured on Kodak Ultramax inside the Royal BC Museum. These exhibits were in tungsten lighting.
Captured on Kodak Ultramax inside the Royal BC Museum. These exhibits were in tungsten lighting.
Captured on Kodak Ultramax inside the Royal BC Museum. These exhibits were in tungsten lighting.
Captured on Kodak Ultramax inside the Royal BC Museum. These exhibits were in tungsten lighting.
Double exposure film
Captured on Kodak Ultramax 400. First, I captured the tree and exposed so I’d blow out the sky. Then I shot some grass at box speed.
Antigua, Guatemala. The first capture was an iconic pink wall, and the second was one of the beautiful ancient churches.
Antigua, Guatemala. The first capture was an iconic pink wall, and the second was one of the beautiful ancient churches.
Double exposure on film optical illusion
The first capture was the street scene, then I shot a poster of a giraffe.
Fuji Superia double exposure
The first exposure was intentionally blurred, and the second was intentionally still. Shot on Fuji Superia 200 35mm film.
Double exposure Fuji Superia 200 35mm film
Exposed to create a silhouette of Derek and blow out the sky, and then I shot the cherry blossoms

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