Analog:Glitch, double exposed images of glitch and street photography

I keep coming back to the intersection of digital and analog. A few years back I had a photo exhibit at Photobooth SF called “Analog:Glitch” which explored this idea with glitched images on Polaroid film. Since then, I’ve been messing around with other ways to combine these two worlds.

In this batch of double exposed photos, I started by creating a large set of digital glitch images then photographed each one with my SLR film camera (by just photographing my computer screen). I then reloaded the film and shot various images from around San Francisco. The resulting images were unplanned, but often lined up in interesting ways. (you can see the full album on Flickr)

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

Analog Glitch

 

American Analog: Couple’s Roll #3

Crosswalk

Christine and I have really enjoyed shooting our “couple’s rolls”. These are just rolls of film that I shoot on then re-load into the camera for Christine to shoot on top of, resulting in double exposures with surprising results. Here’s our newest roll, shot on my Ricoh R1 and some Tri-X film over the course of a weekend.
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American Analog: Double Exposed Glitched Screens

Glitch Double Exposure

As a recent experiment, I wanted to see what it would look like if I glitched images (by messing with them in a text editor), took photos of the glitches on my laptop screen, then rewound the film and spent a day shooting in the Mission. What first looks like over-saturated light leaks, are actually out of focus shots of corrupted images. You can get an idea of my set up in the shot above, and the final results are below (or see the full set on Flickr).
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