Want to know more about the double exposure mode in Instax SQ6?
Here it is! Double exposure mode of Instax SQ6 camera lets you capture an artistic shot with the two images in the same print. Have a detailed look at this exciting feature of Instax Sq6.
What is Instax SQ6 Double Exposure Mode?
Combining and capturing one shot as the main subject and other as the shadow for the main subject is the Double Exposure Mode of Instax SQ6. For capturing a perfect double exposure mode picture, you just need to keep your eyes and brain open, because a picture looks beautiful only when the subject and the shadow, both complement each other.
How to use Instax SQ6 Double Exposure Mode?
The basic approach behind capturing photographs through double exposure mode is to take the first photograph and then take another photograph. Always remember the first photograph will be the background with the little opacity and the second one will appear on the front. Isn’t it easy?
While using the double exposure mode, when you take the first picture, the LED light blinks but the photograph doesn’t come out. The final film pops out when you release the shutter and take the second shot.
Below are some tips that will help you in clicking excellent pictures using Instax SQ6 – Double Exposure Mode.
Tip 1: While using double exposure mode in the Instax SQ6 camera, it is possible to get dark areas like shadows on the first images. Therefore, before clicking the picture, your photography mind will introspect will the image get a dark area or on which part the second image should be superimposed before releasing the shutter for the first image?
Tip 2: Try out creating a playful photo showing a person holding a miniature of themselves by combining images of the same person in two compositions.
Tip 3: Try double exposure mode with the half lens covered! By doing this, you can create amusing trick photos by showing two different subjects on two halves of the photograph. Want to know how? Capture the first photograph by covering the lower half lens of the camera and then the second picture by covering the upper half of the lens. Implementing this and create an interesting picture showing two different subjects in the single print.