About a year ago I collaborated with my good friend and a fellow street photographer on a little double exposure project. Exactly a year later we have another roll of film multiple exposed and developed! Yay! I shot a roll in London earlier this spring and shipped it to Berlin where the roll was shot through again and the photos developed over last weekend. Unfortunately this time the roll only had about four great double exposures, but more so quite weird and wonderful in their coincidences.

We agreed both times to give as little as possible in guidance of what the other had shot on the roll to maximise … weirdness, I suppose. It's quite odd to see some of these photos and what we have caught in the images. This one above in particular is very ghost-like for me.

Or what about this one? How funny that the two images would be a slot machine and this logo. If I was superstitious I'd be quite freaked out by these photos by now. :D

This one is my favourite one from the roll. The trees of The Green Park embossed on the people and street life of Berlin – just lovely! :)

Looks like I am posting a lot of film at the moment as well. This is of course not a bad thing at all.

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4 Comments on “London/Berlin”

  1. My family is planning on going to Berlin over Christmas. Any recommendations on what we should make sure to see?

  2. pebaline says:

    Unfortunately it's only my cameras and film that has travelled to Berlin this far, so I can't recommend any places for you to see. ;)

  3. Bill says:

    What a great concept and wonderful execution, Susie!Cash camera is definitely my :+fav: of these.

  4. Ishtar says:

    There is magic in the accidental juxtapositions.

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