Posts Tagged ‘double exposure’

American Analog: Couple’s Roll #4

Without wasting any time, Christine and I shot another “Couple’s Roll” last week on an expired roll of 800 ISO film. For those unfamiliar, the idea is simply that one of us shots a whole roll of film, then passes it to the other to shoot on top of. These random double exposures are the […]

American Analog: Couple’s Roll #3

Christine and I have really enjoyed shooting our “couple’s rolls”. These are just rolls of film that I shoot on then re-load into the camera for Christine to shoot on top of, resulting in double exposures with surprising results. Here’s our newest roll, shot on my Ricoh R1 and some Tri-X film over the course […]

American Analog: Double Exposed Glitched Screens

As a recent experiment, I wanted to see what it would look like if I glitched images (by messing with them in a text editor), took photos of the glitches on my laptop screen, then rewound the film and spent a day shooting in the Mission. What first looks like over-saturated light leaks, are actually […]

Halfway there… and “the Kickstarter roll”

7 days into my Kickstarter and things are looking pretty good. To celebrate reaching 50% of my goal, I posted a special update today with tons of photos. If you watched my Kickstarter video, you might have seen me with a freshly developed roll of film… check the Kickstarter update to see the pics off […]

American Analog: Hawaii Two-0

Finally picked up some rolls of film from our Hawaii “workation”. My favorite shots are some of the underwater scenes that I caught with my LC-Wide and some 800 ISO Lomo film. I’m super glad I broke down and bought the Krab underwater case that fits all the LC-A models. This batch of half-frame advance […]