mlewforever replied to your photo “Messed around and figured out how to do double exposures on my…”

Cool! how’d you do it!?

it’s  pretty straight forward. after you take the first shot (the blank plastic one), go into a REALLY dark area and put a piece of tape over the slot where the photo comes out 

(you have to do this in the dark so be careful not to touch the emulsion). after that, you take the picture. go back to the dark space, remove the tape, put the film back in, and take your second picture. 

i recommend turning the flash to the lowest setting or covering it with tape because your photos can become completely washed out. 

there you go. that’s how to take a double exposure on a fuji instax (and probably other polaroids). 

Im sitting in this little cafe to get out of the rain after I stupidly decided to go for a three mile walk as soon as I heard thunder. The employees are ignoring me. They’re drinking beer and eating pie and sharing details of their personals lives. There’s a leak in the roof and a puddle is steadily growing on the wooden floor. Nancy Sinatra is playing on the radio. It’s a good day.

Im sitting in this little cafe to get out of the rain after I stupidly decided to go for a three mile walk as soon as I heard thunder. The employees are ignoring me. They’re drinking beer and eating pie and sharing details of their personals lives. There’s a leak in the roof and a puddle is steadily growing on the wooden floor. Nancy Sinatra is playing on the radio. It’s a good day.

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