I really enjoy the randomness of double exposing one image over another. The Holga is just perfect for this kind of fun. These were taken in Melbourne last year 🙂
Double exposures with my Holga 120, on the road in Tibet.
Having lugged plastic cameras and film all around Tibet, you’d think I’d have more to show for my efforts! This is one of only 2 films I have been able to process here in Phuket. Still working on the others!! Holga doubles – taken in the countryside of Tibet. Check the posts following this one… Continue reading Week 30 #project52 Doubles in Tibet
Still not completely sure that I want to let go of the colour!!!
This term I am undertaking Camera 4 at the Centre for Creative Photography (Link – to fabulous place to study photography!!) Once again I am challenged to produce a series of images. This time I am playing with the randomness of double exposing my Holga 120N in a variety of settings and using a variety of… Continue reading Preparing for assessment
These were taken in Southern Cross railway station in Melbourne – double exposed with the Holga 120N and lomography colour negative 100 ISO film. After scanning them into my computer I had a go at desaturating them …
Continuing to experiment with double exposing the Holga 120N. This time I used expired (1990) Portra slide film and had it cross processed. Very interesting range of effects!!
My sister and I had a short holiday in Normanville. I took the Holga 120N out loaded with black and white film – to see how double exposing would work. Bingo! Some interesting effects!
My sister and I had a ‘get-away’ in Normanville late last week. A glorious seaside township, Normanville sports a magnificent beach, a jetty, holiday and permanent homes and a small retail area. We spent quite a bit of time walking on the beach and chasing sunsets. One film of 12 x Holga 120N double exposed… Continue reading Week 25 #project52 Holga Double Exposures – Normanville
Sprocket Rocket took a few trips out this week – to the beautiful Veale Gardens, to the Adelaide Crows football game and to the Adelaide Markets where i did extended exposures as people walked through my frames (looking for ghosts!)