HOW TO MAKE A HOMEMADE IMAGE SLICER

Guest Post by Jill Auville. Jill is a Swedish-born experimental photographer, wife, cat-dog-bird trio mediator and lover of the rain. Follow her work on DeviantArt or Flickr.

An image-slicer (often referred to using Lomography’s product name “Splitzer”) is a multiple exposure masking filter, that allows you to shoot multiple exposures within one frame, only exposing some part of the frame each time. A clear soft-surround filter causes a soft blur vignette to your images. 

Items You’ll Need:

  • A pair of scissors
  • Tape measure
  • Black mat board paper or soft cardboard paper 
  • Clear plastic, like a sheet protector (for the clear soft-surround filter)
  • Black electrical tape
  • Clear tape (for the clear soft surround filter)
  • Pen

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