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Exposing Both Sides of the Film

Exposing Both Sides of the Film

First trial of EBS. Shot on correct side first in a sunny/bright day, at ISO400(ISO800 film inside). Below half was masked with a splitzer. After finished a roll, reverse the film (in a dark-room). Then start shooting on redscale side in a cloudy/rainy day, at ISO200. Upper half was masked with a splitzer. The order of each location is precisely the same as 1st shots. I took notes in details about locations and shot all places with iPhone, to remember locations. It's tough challenge because I had to wait for the best weather for each shots, and had to be careful with 'gaps' between frames. This is not bad result but I found some mistakes. Have a look at my article about this technique: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2013/01/14/tipster-how-to-take-symmetrical-images-with-exposing-both-sides-of-the-film-ebs

hodachrome This photo was shot on film. Taken by hodachrome with a Lomo LC-A loaded with Fuji 800 (expired) film in Gifu, Japan. These tags describe this photo: redscale, double, double-exposure, doubles, double exposure, multiple exposure, multiple-exposure, ebs, factory, and exposing both sides of the film. Date: 2012-06. Time: Morning. This photo can also be found in the album Exposing Both Sides of the Film.

7 comments

  1. adi_totp

    adi_totp

    oh my :)

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  2. kusburnu

    kusburnu

    Amazing colors!
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  3. renenob

    renenob

    @hodachrome, unbelieveable

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  4. catfordst

    catfordst

    えっ、どうやって半分をレッドスケールに?????
    すごい・・・

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  5. hodachrome

    hodachrome

    @catfordst
    ありがとう。まずふつうのネガ800で上半分を撮影、んで撮り終わったらそのフィルムを暗室でひっくり返す。んでもう一回カメラにセット。今度は下半分を撮影。出来上がりでござる(^_^)/

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  6. stouf

    stouf

    I like that you get symmetry by rotating the camera and flipping the film...

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  7. murdoc_niccals

    murdoc_niccals

    great!

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