Double Exposure by Alfred Wertheimer

Double Exposure

Having previously exposed several shots on a
roll of film and then removing that film from the
camera, Alfred Wertheimer reloaded the film not
realizing the underlining exposure was there and
photographed Elvis and his date for the day. It
created a montage of them above the marquee.
Jefferson Hotel, Coffee Shop, Richmond, VA
June 30, 1956.
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