Multiple Vision

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Multiple Exposure

In the beginning, there was film. Dog saw that it was good, so dog took a break. There were, however, creative manipulators/womanipulators of soul-stealing devices who’re able to capture numerous moments of time on one frame of celluloid. By exposing one frame of film multiple times and adjusting the overall exposure, a beautiful in-camera sequence (or not) could be created. This technique is available to all without the aid of hyper motor-drives or the “hideous Photoshop morphed too many frames sequence.

Bring it back to the basics—it’s fun, it’s different, it could be a new personal discovery. Make your brain work—the sky’s the limit and mistakes are welcomed. Cable release. Flash. Light meter. Go.—Dogotohp