If you’re into double exposure snaps and want some creative inspiration, you might want to support this zine project on floral doubles.
Double exposures may not be a recent invention in the photography world, but the last decade saw more and more photographers experimenting with it. We’ve seen this creative technique become popular for portraits juxtaposed with buildings, seascapes, foliage, and flowers. If you’re particularly interested in floral double exposures, we found a zine project you might want to support on Kickstarter.
Simply titled Flora, the upcoming zine is a project by California-based Adrienne Hulme, who has been making prints of her photos for nine years. She began a Kickstarter campaign to check for the level of interest in the zine and raise $500. It will feature some of the double exposures she has posted on Instagram. Flora will be a 5.5x 8 20-paged zine, and backers have the option to grab it with a 5×7 or 8×10 silver halide print.
“The funding goal is the amount that I will need to order 50 copies of the zine, plus the prints, and then a little extra for shipping,” Hulme wrote on the campaign. Flora will be fully funded with 50 copies ordered, but she has allotted a total of 100 copies for the zine to account for more interest.
If you’re just learning about her work now, you can check her Instagram to see more of her photos and the floral double exposure snaps that will be included in this zine. She has also been posting updates on the progress of the zine so far. If this sounds like a project you’d like to support and a zine that you’d like to add to your collection, head to the Kickstarter campaign to find out more and make your pledge.
Photos from the Kickstarter campaign by Adrienne Hulme