15 January, 2017

The 2-Cameras-Double-Exposure-Project. part 4.

This project is based on the principle: learning by trial and error.
Some films are very tricky to use for a double exposure, like this Kodak Gold 100, which was in a wonderful red Konica Pop and then used in the Minolta 7000 AF with the Minolta 3.5-4.5/35-70mm lens by me. At some pictures the photo of the first photographer dominates the whole picture and at other pictures my photo is dominating. It's very hard to see in these cases the subordinate layer. But there are a few pictures, too, where both layers harmonize with each other.
I think the first photographer shot the pictures in the summer 1996, because as you can see at one of the pictures there is a poster for a party, which was on July 31st, 1996. But I can't imagine where he shot them.
In part 1 and 2 the model, my girlfriend, posed with vintage binoculars, in part 3 / 3.2 and the outsiders. part 1. she posed with a vintage Super 8 camera and in this part she posed with her beautiful vintage Nikon EM.

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