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The 2nd Annual Negative Positives Podcast Double-Exposure Challenge

Negative Positives Film Photography Podcast

One again, I’ve organized a double-exposure challenge for the Negative Positives Podcast Film Photography Podcast.

What is the double-exposure challenge? Two photographers shoot and expose the same roll of film. How do you participate? Sign up in the Google form (link below) and we’ll match you with another photographer. This year you’ll have the choice to shoot 35mm color or black & white film. You get to chose if you want to be the first or second person to shoot the film, and you’ll select (if you’re the first shooter) if your willing to send the film to another photographer in another country.

The first person to shoot the roll of film:

1) Supplies the roll of film.
2) Shoots the entire roll of film.
3) Mails the finished roll to a matched partner.

The second person to shoot the roll of film:

1) Shoots the entire roll of film.
2) Develops the film or has it processed at a lab.
3) Scans the roll of film or has it scanned at a lab.
4) Shares the resulting images with his/her matched partner.

Plus, if you are a podcaster, you can participate in this challenge with another solo podcaster, or one of your podcast co-hosts.

Here are some important deadlines that you need to know:

April 1, 2019: Registration for the NPP 2nd Annual Double-Exposure Challenge begins.

April 17, 2019: Registration for the NPP 2nd Annual Double-Exposure Challenge ends.

April 22, 2019: Each participant will receive an email with an assigned double-exposure partner.

April 28, 2019: Submissions for Double-Exposure Contest begin.

May 31, 2019: Submission for the Double-Exposure Contest ends.

June 14, 2019: The 2nd Annual NPP Double-Exposure Challenge Zine available.

June/July: Mike and Andre will critique and judge images that have been submitted for the Double-Exposure Contest.

After you’ve been matched with another photographer (4/22/19), you’re encouraged to communicate with your assigned partner to share your visual ideas on your final images. For example: Are we going to shoot strictly in landscape or portrait orientation? Will one of us under-expose or over-expose the images? Will we concentrate on a specific subject? How concerned are we with lining up each frame?

The Negative Positives Double-Exposure Challenge was created to be a fun event for photographers that share the love of film and The Negative Positives Podcast.

Communicate, shoot, share, and have fun!

 

Click here to sign up as an individual to be matched with another film photographer.

Click here if you are a podcaster and would like to shoot with another podcaster or podcast co-host.

 

 

 

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The Negative-Positives-Double-Exposure-Tag-Team-Challenge-O-Rama

I’ve organized a double-exposure 35mm film challenge with Mike Gutterman of the Negative Positives Podcast Film Photography Podcast.

What is a double-exposure challenge? Two photographers shoot and expose the same roll of film. In this challenge, the first photographer will supply the roll of film, shoot the entire roll and pass it along to someone else they’ve been matched with. The second photographer shoots the entire roll, develops, scans the roll, and shares the results.

How can you sign up to participate? Head over The Negative Positives Film Photography Facebook group. Join the group, and look for the link to the registration form.


Double Exposure Roll Exchange

Back in the Spring, Mike Williams and I were thinking about something new to shoot, and decided to try a double exposure roll exchange. A tag team roll of Ilford HP5 Plus that each of us would shoot on. Mike was first to shoot on the roll with one of his new favorite cameras, the Minolta X-700 (1981). After he was done, he rewound the roll and shipped it from North Carolina to me in Utah. I wanted to shoot the roll with some sprockets, so I used the FPP Plastic Filmtastic Debonair (1988). After I had finished the roll, it was developed by RepliColor in Salt Lake City, and scanned on my Epson V600. The results are interesting. Should Mike and I try another double exposure roll? What do you think? Leave a comment and tell me what film and cameras we should use.