What are multiple exposures?
Multiple Exposures are photographs in which two or more images are superimposed in a single frame. They allow you to experiment with your shots and create surreal, unique and fascinating pictures. Let’s say you want to set an image of a train against a field of flowers, or prop your friend’s face against an image of a city skyline – These are possible with multiple exposures using Analogue cameras. Sure you can do a Photoshop trick to get the effect, but that wouldn’t be nearly as much fun! The famous expression says that every picture tells a story – Well multiple exposures can tell many, many tales! And because Lomography is passionate about experimental analogue photography, we have prepared this guide to getting started with this fun technique!