Using an analog camera to create multiple exposures is a technique that has long been in practice throughout the history of photography. Pressing the shutter button twice will superimpose the exposure of two different images onto the same piece of film. Sometimes done in an artistic manner, sometimes by accident—you never know what you'll get until you develop your roll of film.
Now, the digital age allows for us to easily create double exposures with any of the images to our liking. This week's challenge requires you to submit a photo with two (or more) images overlayed onto one another by utilizing a cell phone app to create the photo. If you need some direction, check out this guide on how to create double exposures with your cell phone.
One lucky winner will receive the Hole-On-Ex Paper Pinhole Camera Kit! This kit comes with everything you need to construct your own palm-sized 35mm paper camera. With a bottle of glue, a ruler, a pencil, and some hard work, you'll find yourself rewarded with some insane pinhole photographs and an entirely new appreciation for the mechanics of photography.
- Follow Phone Snap on Twitter and/or "like" Phone Snap's Facebook Page.
- Post your photo to the Phone Snap Corkboard titled "Double Exposure Challenge: (Photo Name Here)". Please submit ONE photo per person, and the photo MUST be taken by you. No stealing.
- Tell us in the caption what phone and app you used. (Your photo must be taken on a mobile device to be eligible to win.)
- We will select and announce ONE winner on December 13th at 10am PST.
All entries must be in by Monday, December 12th, 11:59pm PST. Standard rules apply. Post any questions below.
Double Exposure Photo by andylavelle (iPhone)