March 08, 2019
I went to the opening of Craig Wedren's "My 90s" photo exhibit Thursday night, at which he also performed a short set of songs.
The exhibit is of images Craig shot in the 1990s using a Polaroid Spectra camera, while touring as frontman for Shudder to Think, at work in studios or on film sets, and elsewhere. It's an interesting, emotive body of work, and I would expect no less of the man.
Given the nature of the work displayed, it felt appropriate to me to also shoot the evening in multiple exposures.
The images below were shot with the Fujifilm X-Pro2, either as in-camera multiple exposures, or -- for the singly exposed shots -- using the camera's Film Simulation Bracketing (ACROS R, ACROS G, Pro Neg Hi). All images are processed from the camera's JPEGs using Capture One 12, the bracketed shots first merge into single frames using my faux-technicolor technique of processing black-and-white images into color.