Double exposure in film photography is when you exposure a single frame of film more than once in order to create multiple images superimposed over one another. This hundred year old technique is special because it is a true artistic visual effect all done in camera, no photoshop to create the image. This gallery was shot on 35mm Kodak and Fuji film stocks.
These portraits were shot on 35mm film on the following stocks: Kodak, Fuji, and CineStill.
This gallery includes images that were shot digitally.
Black and White
This gallery was shot on 35mm Kodak Tri-X 400 film stock which is a beautiful and timeless black and white film.
This gallery is eccentric because of my experimenting with 35mm film. The psychedelic look was achieved by damaging my film in the canister before development. A few of these images were also shot on expired Kodak and specialty Purple LomoChrome film.
This gallery of documentary images were shot on 35mm film. These moments captured I simply let evolve naturally without any direction from me whatsoever. These people are living their everyday lives without knowledge of my camera which makes these photos truly candid.