Triples with tungsten film

Earlier this year I made a triple project with myself.

I loaded my little wonderful LOMO LC-A+ “Russia DAY”  With Lomography X Tungsten film.

On the first layer I made double exposures with nature motifs, then I reloaded the film and made the second layer with exposures of houses, cars, boats, things etc etc…

The film is ISO 64, and both layers are exposed with the ISO setting of 400. Then I developed the film at home in C41 process.

These are my favourite photos from that roll.

Enjoy!

LOMO LC-A+ Russia Day
Lomography X Tungsten ISO 64 35mm film
C41 developing at home

LOMO LC-A+ Russia Day
Lomography X Tungsten ISO 64 35mm film
C41 developing at home

LOMO LC-A+ Russia Day
Lomography X Tungsten ISO 64 35mm film
C41 developing at home

LOMO LC-A+ Russia Day
Lomography X Tungsten ISO 64 35mm film
C41 developing at home

LOMO LC-A+ Russia Day
Lomography X Tungsten ISO 64 35mm film
C41 developing at home

LOMO LC-A+ Russia Day
Lomography X Tungsten ISO 64 35mm film
C41 developing at home

LOMO LC-A+ Russia Day
Lomography X Tungsten ISO 64 35mm film
C41 developing at home

LOMO LC-A+ Russia Day
Lomography X Tungsten ISO 64 35mm film
C41 developing at home

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23 thoughts on “Triples with tungsten film

  1. All right, you’ve inspired me. Today I loaded up the Spotmatic with some Lomo “Earl Grey,” and am determined to capture at least one usable double exposure. I’m actually nervous!

    • Thank you very much, I do feel really really honored!
      Ahh, don’t be nervous, just have fun!
      If you do one layer at the time, just think “background” on your first layer, and “object” on your second layer.
      And if you do multiexposures, well, just turn the camera upsidedown for your second exposure, you’ll be surprised! But most important, beware of the 10th Golden LomoRule, “don’t worry about any rules”!! 🙂
      Good luck, I can’t wait to see your results!

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