Monday, January 28, 2013

60s Double Exposure

Snap a photograph with a traditional film camera, fail to advance the roll and snap again, and you'll wind up with a double exposure. Some digital cameras will allow photographers to pull the same trick, and you can always emulate it with photo editing software, but sometimes happy accidents offer the most interesting results. I recently discovered this image in Mom and Dad's negatives - in fact, I just spotted Mom right in the centre of the photo. It's an interesting juxtaposition, suggesting that one group of friends is perhaps thinking about the other.

2 comments:

Totty said...

Ghosts! Hard, photographic evidence of ghosts!

Earl J. Woods said...

I suppose that's a reasonable alternate explanation.