PMAE No. 232

A film double exposure with @doemicododaro. This was is my favorite, I think.

Yes, mine too!
posted April 20th, 2018  
Your double exposures have all been fab! They have given me the final push to go learn how to do in-camera double exposures - watch this space :)
posted April 20th, 2018  
Your shots have inspired me too. I finally read the manual to get a grip on how to do it on my Nikon D7000. Thanks to you, now I know. Next step is developing colour film :)
posted April 20th, 2018  
I have just looked through your double exposure shots and they are so interesting. Time is short at the moment but hope to get back to commenting properly soon. I love this - really well done.
posted April 20th, 2018  
@ginaanderson Most wonderful!!! Here is a tutorial that Domenico sent me that was most helpful ( http://www.wendylaurel.com/double-exposure-film-tutorial/ ) There are plenty of other YouTube tutorials as well.
posted April 20th, 2018  
@ingajohansson Fabulous here is a tutorial that Domenico sent me and it was very helpful. ( http://www.wendylaurel.com/double-exposure-film-tutorial/ ), I am so looking forward to seeing yours.
posted April 20th, 2018  
@overalvandaan You are so very kind I am very grateful for the fav.

@megpicatilly Thank you so very much. Time often wins, doesn't it?
posted April 20th, 2018  
This looks so complex but it's very effective and `I really like it
posted April 20th, 2018  
Great one! I like it too!
posted April 20th, 2018  
@domenicododaro The plaza clouds are just where they belong, yes?

posted April 21st, 2018  
@domenicododaro PS- thank you kindly for the fav.
posted April 21st, 2018  
@joysabin They are. No reason for thanking, well deserved!
posted April 21st, 2018  
This is just plain wonderful. Love it.
posted April 21st, 2018  
very creative ...fav
posted April 21st, 2018  
Yes, my favourite too! Such a pity I have one the one fav to give it!
posted April 21st, 2018  
Works well. I like it.
posted April 21st, 2018  
Feast for the eyes
posted April 22nd, 2018  
@yrhenwr You are so extremely kind, thank you!

@golftragic So very grateful for the fav. Theses doubles are so much fun.

@pdulis Thank you so very much for the fav. The combination was meant to be.

@haskar I am very grateful for the fav. The unknowns involved with the doing of this project with Domenico has been short of blessing.

@blueberry1222 Thank you so much. I was so very happy with the result.
posted April 22nd, 2018  
👍👍
posted April 22nd, 2018  
You two live a long way apart, how did you manage this joint challenge?
posted April 22nd, 2018  
such a fun idea - both of you have created fab double exposures
posted April 22nd, 2018  
I guess, given the random nature of this exercise, that if you get only one good image from each film it can be considered a success... and this one's a cracker!
posted April 23rd, 2018  
@golftragic Thank you so very much, We each shot a roll of color, trying to use only landscape mode and also identifying types of shots we did. For me. I did the 1st half of my roll as landscapes in and around the area and the 2nd half urban -such as Flagstaff is. Domenico told me how he shot his roll as well. Even though I knew approximately what was shot it was still shooting blind and the result is total and complete serendipity which adds to the fun and uniqueness of the result.

If you want to try let me know - my email is: jysabin@yahoo.com
posted April 28th, 2018  
@annied It was a blast to do this. I liked finding different things to shoot. The serendipity and fun factors are so worth the work.

@vignouse A rule that my Dad told me a very long time ago - shoot the roll of 36 and count on getting only 1 good one. I understand that but the process of doing is great fun and if it works, it works and if it doesn't, then nothing ventured nothing gained. I do really like how this turned out.
posted April 28th, 2018  
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