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Panorama EBS at Stonehenge #2

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  1. tomkiddo

    tomkiddo

    beautiful!

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  2. dida

    dida

    fantastic!

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  3. saidseni

    saidseni

    Amazing.

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  4. buckshot

    buckshot

    @tomkiddo @dida @saidseni: Thank you so much for your likes and generous comments, my friends - you're really supportive...! :-)

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  5. olga_primavera

    olga_primavera

    crrazy cool album!

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  6. dreadlockboy

    dreadlockboy

    superb :)

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  7. grinningcat

    grinningcat

    beautiful!

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  8. saidseni

    saidseni

    Showed them to my colleagues at work, everybody goes "WOW!", specially after I explain how you did it. I wish I was a patient person enough to do this, the pictures are incredible! Few albums here impressed me as much as this, congrats again!

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  9. buckshot

    buckshot

    @saidseni: Wow, that's such a nice comment, and I'm really honoured that you showed these shots to people! Thank you so much for your kindness!! :-)

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  10. boooya

    this was worth it.thanks for sharing

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Panorama EBS at Stonehenge #2

I woke really early and drove 100km to be at the ancient, mystical ruins of Stonehenge by sunrise. It was a frigid morning (3°C) with a bitter wind, but at least it was clear, with plenty of sunshine. I approached the 'exposing both sides' (EBS) technique the same way as described in my first panorama EBS album here: http://goo.gl/ChwbE The only difference was that I had a changing bag with me this time, so I could flip the film onsite from the redscale side (which I shot first) back to the normal side. I froze my ass off out there, but I think it was worth it for these results. Hope you like 'em too...! :-)

buckshot This photo was shot on film. Taken by buckshot with a Lomography Horizon Perfekt loaded with Kodak Ultramax 400 (35mm) film in Stonehenge, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: experimental, panorama, diy splitzer, homemade redscale, exposing both sides, ebs, nature, landscape, stones, heritage, stonehenge, dawn, and druid. Date: 2013-02-02. Time: Dawn. This photo can also be found in the albums Best of buckshot 2013Druid Dawn (EBS).

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