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    Feb 2004
    NW, Florida, USA

    Fire-related (double exposure)

    Taken on 8 February 2004, in NW Florida, USA.
    Two images exposed on the same frame of film.

    Camera: Nikon N8008s.
    Lens: AF 28-75mm f2.8 Tamron.
    Film: Fuji Superia 100.
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    I like the technique, the reflection adds an interesting sense of transparency to the picture. The subject matter is ad hoc of course, but this is the best way to learn. Note that when shooting double exps that you should set your film speed to twice its actual value, unless you're splitting the frame.

    Try this will a different setting and subjects. You're on to something very creative


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