Double exposure has always been a fascinating area of photography that can either be very gimmicky or transcendent. And when you're doing it on film the results can be extraordinary or very disappointing. I started doing digital double exposures when I got my first DSLR(Nikon D60), as it had an 'overlay' function in camera. This really helped me a lot as it showed me with practice what kind of images can work together well. And now I am beginning to transfer that idea when shooting film. These are a couble of self portraits shot using my Nikon F3 and Kodak Gold/Kodak Ektar pushed. Although the compositions are somewhat 'cliche' I really like the results, particularly how the exposures turned out.
What's interesting to me is how much more subtle a lot of the effects are with film compared to digital. The combination of the grain and the 2 exposures makes for a very nuanced image that when printed larger has many hidden layers. Here is a shot that did not work particularly well. I tried shooting a tree and blending it with a reflection of a house in my sunroof. It is interesting but in the end I don't love the composition.