Double Exposure

Holga 120 Film Camera



Part of the amazing fun of a Holga film camera is that the film doesn't auto advance. You have to manually advance it. That means if you take a photo, and then without advancing the film you take another photo, you can cause those photos to overlap on top of each other. You can create double exposures, triple exposures, and more!

Let me know if you have any questions about these images! I use Old School Photo Lab for my film processing.

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Holga 120 film Double Exposure photo
The snowy entrance to Purgatory Chasm in Sutton, Massachusetts. It's overlaid with the warning sign indicating that the chasm is closed for safety reasons.

Holga 120 film Double Exposure photo
Two sides of the Eight Lots School in Sutton, Massachusetts. This is a one-room schoolhouse which has recently been restored.

If you're interested in learning more about Holga film photography, be sure to check out my ebook - Plastic Camera Basics -

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Lisa Shea's Holga Photography - main page

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I have tens of thousands of photos throughout this website as well. Let me know if you're interested in one.

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