Multi exposure film stitch

The Konica I from the late 1940’s has an interesting feature or lack of one depending on your perspective.  Because the shutter is on the lens and has no linkage to the body there is no film advance lock out.  What this means is that the advancing of the film is entirely independent of the taking of the picture.  I’ve experimented on this roll of film by partially advancing the film and panning so that the two or more exposures overlap.  I’m pleased with the first effort but now I want to do it again with my new knowledge and see if I can’t get some more interesting results. 


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