Fuji TX2 (XPAN) + Ilford FP4+
So the newest thing in this double exposure project is something I’ve struggled with for a while. The idea is, instead of shooting a recognisable texture, to shoot the top of a tree and foliage below. That shot is inverted (the camera is upside down) so that the treetop and the sky are at the bottom of the double exposed silhouette. The result is a fractured yet ethereal silhouette. Exposure needs to be just right, so it’s tricky, but when it works, as I think it does here, it’s very effective.