Superposition. Part 1


It’s not classic multi exposure. Photographers usually combine two frames without rewinding the film. That is a photographer in general knows which frames overlap and builds appropriately frame. I have the same frames are aligned randomly. That is in the process of shooting, I have no idea about doubles the frame overlay and what happens. There is something magical.

Alchemy is simple – I’m shooting a film twice, for example, first in one country and then another. In this shoot many films, and then run your hand into the bag, choose the first available and charge film again.

I have a text about why I do it, but until now did not want to go into details. While this is just an experiment, its interesting to me as a surprise, accidentally mixing immiscible, the visuals and the very process of witchcraft.

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5 thoughts on “Superposition. Part 1

  1. Pavel these are better than good. They are wonderful!! I like just about all of them but am especially fond of the last one [of the head of a man with the body of a boy superimposed.] Just a lovely artistic effect.

    regards from New York,
    Shirley Creazzo

  2. Hello Pavel, These are absolutely wonderful street shots, and I think your witchcraft experimenting is successful! So many traditions are created by experiments and outright accidents.

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