I live on a mountain so more often than not, my house is on the same level as the clouds. If it rains, clouds completely take over everything around, giving everything an eerie, foggy look. It's pretty cool. About a month or two ago, I found this sweet cliff near my house, and the view is incredible.
After it rains, the clouds lower on the mountain, which makes the world below completely disappear. You look down and see endless white, and to be honest, it's pretty scary imagining that the world simply was erased. Once the wind picks up and blows these clouds, they start breaking up, revealing the rest of the world, but not completely. Everything under the mountain becomes a alternate reality.
They form rolling hills of their own, kinda like how lava in Hawaii forms more islands. Anyway, I feel like I'm getting too metaphorical and descriptive for my own good, so let me get to the point.
I love what he clouds do, and I've wanted to do some new double exposure work. In order to do that, I've had to watch and time when I go out to shoot these clouds. I've been using Polaroids and 35mm film thus far.
Here's a few of the in-camera (Haven't pulled out my DSLR for non-work related things in a while) double exposures I ended up with after an hour of shooting in the same spot:
I'm sure I'll go out and take more soon, but that's a project I've been working on lately. It's something different, an introduction to a different use for double exposures outside of portraiture. If you follow me on Instagram, (@willmalone), you'll be able to see my day to day comings and goings.