Another iphoneography post. I’ve been really inspired lately because for the first time, I feel like I’m actually understanding the strengths and weaknesses of my photo apps. I’m not going to delve into technique (because quite frankly, I don’t know anything about that junk). However, I will share a few of my recent double exposures and then explain which tool I used.
All three of these images were created with Leme Cam – guys, go to the app store and get this now! Like most developers, MoMo Travel released a free and a pro version. From what I’ve read, there’s no significant difference between the two. The closest thing I can compare this to is Hipstamatic, but Leme Cam gives you access to more filters and film options without having to make an in-app purchase. Another BIG difference is that Leme has several different camera options, such as double exposure (obviously), action, fish eye, tilt shift, light leak, etc.
In the future I may attempt to make a Leme Cam matrix of every possible combination, but for now I’ll stop digressing. The double exposure option is an amazing camera that randomizes the filter every time you take a new shot.
This app pretty much takes all the work out of creating a double exposure; after you snap the first image, it automatically takes another picture about 2 seconds later.
Have fun guys!