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Fire and Ice #10

Fire and Ice #10

I can't quite compete with @hodachrome yet, but hey, the dude's on a whole 'nother level ;-). This was my second 'exposing both sides' (EBS) test roll. The black line through the middle is because the black card I taped as a mask in the back of the camera (instead of using a Splitzer) was a bit too big. Otherwise, though, it turned out pretty good, and I can't wait to go do it again...!

buckshot Taken by buckshot with a Pentax P50 loaded with Kodak Ultramax 400 (35mm) film in Farnham, Surrey, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: winter, experimental, redscale, exposing both sides, ebs, and doubles. Date: 2013-01-20. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album Fire and Ice (EBS).


  1. superlighter


    congratulations! a very cool album

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  2. mafiosa


    Glad to see you have achieved success!! I'm sure each subsequent attempt will be exponentially better than the previous, as this one has been from the other.

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  3. gauthierdumonde


    Great stuff. I will go EBS soon :) .

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  4. sweetyyydreams


    Very cool!! Congrats!

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  5. alburnkat


    Great Job! And I like the diferent weather conditions. How far apart did you shoot the halves?

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  6. buckshot


    @mafiosa: I can't vouch for the 'exponentially', but I'm getting some ideas for a slightly different approach next time, so we'll see... ;-) @gauthierdumonde: Glad to hear it, and I'm sure as hell gonna come see your results...! @alburnkat: I shot the redscale side first, on a partly sunny day, then the 'normal' side a week later, on a snowy, very overcast day. It probably would have been better the other way around, but you've gotta take the weather as it comes, right...? Thanks, all, for your kind support! :-)

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  8. istionojr


    very very very great album! yours, shows us the different kind of ebs typical style, love it!

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  9. buckshot


    @istionojr That's a very kind comment - thank you so much...! :-)

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  10. hodachrome


    This turned out so good! The difference of the weather especially snow on the roof makes it nice contrast.
    Keep EBS, my friend!!

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