Stars and Graffiti Alley
I read a tipster a while back by @rjk_89 - Knockout Shots That'll Pack a Punch! And I just had to try it. So here it is. I use two sizes of star hole punches to make a mask for the 35mm back of my Diana with no frame inside. I then shot a roll on the Pano setting of brightly colored flowers on a sunny afternoon. Later that evening I reload the roll in one of my regular SLR's and headed to downtown Ann Arbor and shot it again. I like using the two frame widths, that way the stars are in different places on shot.This photo was shot on film. Taken by alburnkat with a Lomography Diana F+ and Pentax Superprogram loaded with Fujicolor 200 film in Ann Arbor, MI and Belleville, MI, United States. These tags describe this photo: 35mm, expired-film, expired, multi-exposure, multiples, multiple, exposure, mask, stars, flowers, ann-arbor, downtown, uofm, and graffiti. Date: 2012-06. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album I See Stars.
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