I have taken a dive into the magic that is double exposures and am utterly in love with the results. 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.
These images below are from my first double exposed roll of film. I shot on Fuji Superia Xtra 400 35mm with 36 exposures. I believe it took me a few months to shoot out this roll of film but, within that time, I was fortunate to have come across some very unique locations. I did not plan the superimpositions; I opted for the surprise. I simply photographed my portraits first, then loaded the film again and shot my landscapes. In the below series, I effectively turned my friend into a Joshua tree, a dinosaur, and into the sparkly bokeh of the Hollywood Boulevard lights.