Dubble app mixes your photo with a random stranger's for cool effect

New community-based double exposure photography app launches

A new photography app, Dubble, has launched which gives you the power to create double exposure photographs with strangers from the internet.

Why would you want to do that you might find yourself asking… well it's a bit of fun, isn't it?

The app is the brainchild of professional photographer Adam Scott (ex-MD of Lomography UK) and will allow created 'Dubbles' to be shared via Facebook, Twitter and Flickr, with Instagram and Tumblr compatibility coming later.

All about community, double exposures are created by the user shooting a picture, giving it some words for context and then waiting for it to be magically blended with another picture taken by somebody else on the Dubble community.

Dubble sample

Look, your baby mixed with someone else's or the Eiffel Tower or something! Yay!

At the moment the new app is only available from the Apple app store, but it is free, so that's something. More information can be found at the Dubble website.

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Amy (Twitter, Google+, blog) is a freelance journalist and photographer. She worked full-time as the News Reporter / Technical Writer (cameras) across Future Publishing's photography brands and TechRadar between 2009 and 2014 having become obsessed with photography at an early age. Since graduating from Cardiff Journalism School, she's also won awards for her blogging skills and photographic prowess, and once snatched exhibition space from a Magnum photographer.