04 June, 2016

Double Exposure with a SLR.

Some years ago I shot double and multiple exposures with a DSLR.
The technique is really simple. You just need a camera, a flash, a tripod, a person and a dark room. That's it.
Now I wanted to do it again, but with an analog camera. I used the Minolta SRT 101 with a Soligor S/M 3.9-4.8/28-70 mm Macro MC lens and a Fuji Neopan Acros 100 film. The flash I used was a Tron S400TCZ and the tripod was a Manfrotto. The person was my girlfriend and the room was somewhere in Cologne...
Now begins your imagination of surreal pictures. Take a look for example at the works of Francesca Woodman and Duane Michals.

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