Here’s a neat photo project for you to try: find a friend who loves photography just as much as you do, and share a roll of film. After one person finishes using up a roll, rewind it and send it to the other person. That’s what photographers Lexi and Natalie did with their project Exposed Far Away.
To see more of their photographs, check out their project’s website here.
Tip: For best results, each shooter should underexpose their images by about half of what you would ordinarily do (i.e. one stop down).
Tip 2: You might actually get better results from overexposing. Natalie tells us,
I’ve found that OVERexposing is better than underexposing when dealing with double exposures, because there is thicker emulsion when you double expose, therefore it helps to overexpose to make them thinner