Ethereal Multiple Exposure Images Created By Japanese Taxi Driver

Double exposure images used to require re-threading and re-shooting the entire roll of film before developing to create a double exposure on each negative.

Now, thanks to digital editing software, creating a multiple exposure image doesn’t take as much time or effort, so the creation of a great multi-shot comes down to choosing the right subjects.

Those subjects are what makes the photos in Issui Enomoto's ethereal series, which are taken on the streets of Japan from Issui's taxi cab, so visually appealing and lends an otherworldly feel to the urban landscape.

You can see more from Issui's mysterious double exposure series at DesignTAXI.


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When I was a kid, I once accidentally took a double exposure photo and thought it was a ghost. I was disappointed to learn it was just the camera's malfunction.
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Double-exposure photography was only difficult if you had a camera that advanced the film properly. I had one that had to be advanced manually. I could advance it forward, backward, halfway, or not at all. Ruined a lot of film before I figured all that out!
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