9.30.2014

Double exposure (II)

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Taken with a Yashica FX-3 Super 2000 using Fuji C100 (expired in 2012)

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  1. opá, realmente ficaram tão lindas!

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    1. Obrigada! Modéstia à parte, estou muito orgulhosa de ter conseguido fazer isto, apesar de ter muita, mas mesmo muita percentagem de sorte à mistura :)

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    2. Sim acredito! Dos melhores double exposures que já vi =) um acaso feliz hehe

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  2. the results are so fantastic! you made me want to try double exposure for myself and I think I am going to do that with my current roll. we will see what happens :) how do you prevent your film from rewinding completely, so you can take it for another spin?

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    1. Thanks again! Oh that's so good, I'm sure you'll have great results! Your camera is also completely manual right? When rewinding it I listened to the sound it usually makes when the film is released from the spools (just to make sure it was really the end of the roll), then opened the camera and put the film back in place. I hope this very long explanation helped :)

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  3. Those textures created by your double exposures are superb!

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  4. How did you do this on the yashica? I have the same camera and wanted to try ti too!

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    1. Hi! Use a whole film, then rewind it (be careful not to rewind it all the way, or you'll lose the end of the film) and then load it again. I know there's a way of doing it frame by frame (there are some tutorials on youtube), but I haven't tried it yet.

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  5. Amazing! Is there a way to rewind only one frame? Have you ever tried it? I have a Yashica fx3 super so im kind of excited to try it. Didnt found the tutorials so hope you can read this. Thanks!

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