Going on with my litle project of double exposure.
Today wanted to have some fun with a lightbulb. Just looking what I could do with it.
Also a good oppurtunity to give a new vintagelens a go.
The Fujica 55mm f3.5 macro lens. It is an 1/2 macro lens but with the original extension tube it becomes a 1/1.
The lens is small and I find it a pretty good performer. In fact no surprise there, most of Fujinon lenses new or old are very good.
I am enjoying your experiments with the double exposure. I tried my hand at it, using just two photos ( my camera can do more than two). The hardest part is the composition. I also learned ( didn’t know before) that after taking the first photo, I can change the settings for the second photo. I am sure knew that trick but for me it was something new. I have noticed that with my captures a lot of the photos look like I took a picture of a reflection and not so much as a double exposure, no doubt it has to do with my framing and composition.
Yes you can treat each photo as taking one photo. Composition is the hardest I find. A lot of trying and failing. I am sure you also can save your first photo and use it later if you see a good second one. I loved your result and it gave me an idea to try out
Love your double exposure sets they are very interesting, Very cool thanks for sharing Peter
Trying to keep it interesting and learning on the way
Hard to do but you are succeeding! Really interesting…
Just keep on trying. Just wish my Fuji had a few more options for that. Seems the new Xh2s has them build in.