Multiple exposure images mostly taken through the car window on bridges and in tunnels traveling to Denmark. All images were taken with Zeiss Ikon 6×6 color Kodak Portra 160 film.
A new project as a part of a joint exhibition at the Spegla Photo Event in Norrköping Sweden. The premise for the exhibition is Work In Progress. I have been thinking about how to emulate the structure of inkblots for a while now, and not use ink or paint as a shortcut. Pictures taken of … Read More
In this project, I show multiple exposure images from the same shoot. This is a process exercise and I will show all the images from the shoot. Images are shot in an amusement park outside Kalmar, Sweden. Normally I edit and choose maybe 10 to 20 percent of the film to display. This is a … Read More
Multiple exposure on slide film developed with c41 One of the problems with multiple exposure is that some of the images get over exposed. It easy to lose track of the number of exposures on the same frame. When printing traditionally with chemistry it is not a big problem.Most scanners don’t handle dense negative that … Read More
In this project I show pictures from a single session I shot when traveling in Norway, the impressive Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim. Using the Zeiss Ikon 6×6 folding camera with color negative film. Taking one exposure on leaves and flowers out of focus, to create the color shift. Then shooting 3 to 6 exposures … Read More
The last part of the exhibition 6X6 Multiple exposure exercise Inspired by Cubism in general and Swedish painter Gösta Adrian-Nilsson in particular. Learn more about him here. These images were made with multiple exposure using a Zeiss Ikon camera with 120 color negative film. Rotating the camera after each exposure to get the cubism look. … Read More
The 5th installment of my exhibition 6X6. Experimenting with multi exposure in 2 elements, nature and studio shots of my daughter on black background. I had some problems with the balance between the two elements. With different light quality and intensity it is hard to predict the result. Knowing that I tried different exposures in … Read More
Images photographed in Norrköping with a old Zeiss-Ikon kamera and 120 negative color film. Read more about multiple exposure here