This October Andrew and I were very fortunate to see the works of Harry Callahan at Vancouver Art Gallery. I've seen some of his works before but haven't realized how influential his street photography is. The most fascinating part was a number of images with double or multiple exposures, juxtaposing TV screens with unsuspecting people creates new depths and meaning to the images.
So when we went back to the hotel, we were inspired to do some double exposure photography using our vintage medium format cameras.
Andrew's Rolleiflex were supposed to be able to do multiple exposures, but only couple of images came through. Using my Rollei I shot a roll of TV screens, took film out in the dark, rewinded it and loaded it again.
Here are 12 photographs I took: