Double exposures are a technique used to add depth and layers to an image. When done successfully they create a dreamy portal into a new world. This workshop will explore techniques for creating in camera multiple exposures. We will discuss methods for achieving the best results to create these surreal photographs. Students will then utilize this information to create film, double exposures. The opportunity to share and swap photos will also be an option. Watch a short video here for more info.
Participants will need a 35mm film camera for this class. We will send the film to be used along with the necessary materials to send back to us for processing.
DATE: Wednesdays, July 8 and July 22 and August 5. 7:00-8:30pm
AGES: 16 years of age and up
About the instructor
Jeannine Swallow is a Buffalo native and Photographic Artist. She is passionate about analogue photography and alternative processes. She received her Associates degree from Villa Maria College and later a BFA in Visual Studies, at the University of Buffalo. Owner and operator of FilmXposed, a local photography business specializing in creating contemporary and often surreal images; with a strong focus on multiple exposures. Swallow possess an avid love for travel and has exhibited both internationally and through out the Buffalo area.