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How do I separate these double exposed images?

It's possible to work at this slowly through an iterative process. It takes a lot of effort and will take some artistic skill to get good results. The basic process is: Make a copy of the layer in ...
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How do I separate these double exposed images?

You cannot because there is no information in the image which would allow to separate them. Closest you could get to having double exposure which you could separate is having two monochromatic objects ...
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How do I separate these double exposed images?

It is going to be a long task, and the results will never be "good" let alone perfect. I'm assuming a digital tool like photoshop or gimp etc. Start by running an edge detection filter over ...
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Is the film still useable if the back of an analog camera opens while you're still on 0 shots and have just loaded in the film?

You should be fine. Just take into account that the first shot or two are empty, as they are exposed while loading the film. There are tricks such as loading the camera inside a bag that will allow ...
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How do I separate these double exposed images?

You get someone to paint the two original images, there is no other way. I think, as said in the comments, you could get a machine learning algorithm to do the painting, but I don't think there is ...
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Is the film still useable if the back of an analog camera opens while you're still on 0 shots and have just loaded in the film?

Unless your camera has a motor drive you are probably fine. Some of those cameras unroll all of the film at the start so the taken photos are in the canister and safe if the back is opened. Manually ...
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What would cause part of this exposure to be blank?

I believe there was a rough stone wall in the frame and the light situation had so much contrast that it appears near black. There is nothing in your camera that has this kind of edge texture, nor is ...
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