Single Image Triple Exposure

This series is created by triple-exposing a single image onto every frame of a roll of film. The film is exposed once, rewound, exposed again, rewound, and exposed a third time. The composition of the final product is therefore equally dependent on the mechanical nature of the camera and the photographer's initial composition. The natural, organic warping of the silver gelatin print adds another dimension to the final image.

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