Double Vision

Here are the first results of my attempt at a double exposure photography project. My idea was to use two contrasting subjects of my family and the seascapes of my hometown in Bournemouth.

As I kept forgetting what I had already taken the first time I exposed the film, this wasn’t always successful.

I was a bit disappointed with what came out, but I definitely feel like it’s worth trying again, I think probably with a colour film and maybe as a more collaborative project with my sister, or maybe with a bit more focus on documenting particular landscapes or cityscapes and trying to create a dischordant sense of place.

Part of the problem is that the images don’t line up on the film strip, which means they overlap in awkward ways, and the scanner finds it really hard to pick them out.

Here are a few of them.



And my favourite:


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