Shooting a whole roll of your film with a subject, and then rewind the film and shot the second layer of other subject. Example portraits, buildings or silhouettes vs. textures.
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Swapping film with other film photographers by shooting a whole roll and then rewind the film and send it to your buddy.
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Double exposing both sides of the film by load your film and shoot the whole roll as usual. Pull all the film out of the canister in a completely dark environment. Flip the film over, and tape the film back together. Roll the film back into the canister, and shoot the roll again.
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Split your images. There are inexpensive lens attachments (such as the splitzer for LomoLC-A+ camera) or you can cut your extra lens cap in half or make your own.
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