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National Monument and Gorse Bush on Calton Hill - Edinburgh

National Monument and Gorse Bush on Calton Hill - Edinburgh

Pentax ESPIO 160. Double exposure. Blog entry - http://www.lomography.com/homes/retro-girl/blog/100418-photoseries-beginners-luck

retro-girl Taken by retro-girl with a Pentax Espio 160 loaded with Kodak Gold 200 (35mm) film in Edinburgh, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: doubles, mx, national monument, monument, acropolis, athenian, calton hill, gorse, multiple exposure, double exposure, edinburgh, expired, expired film, pentax espio 160, pentax espio, and pentax. Date: 2013-05-14. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the albums Pentax ESPIO 160Favourite Double ExposuresEdinburgh - Scotland.

9 comments

  1. deff1

    deff1

    Fantastic shot!

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  2. ankaaa

    ankaaa

    loved that! first shot flowers and the second the monument,right?

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  3. retro-girl

    retro-girl

    @ankaaa - Yes, I think for this photo I shot the flowers first. Most of the time I find there is not much difference whether you shoot the flowers first or last. For instance in these two photos (http://www.lomograph(…)os/18469964 and http://www.lomograph(…)os/18469963) I shot one flowers first and one flowers last and there is hardly any difference in the outcome. However @hodachrome has written a fantastic article on double exposures which I will be trying out to make mine better - the link is http://www.lomograph(…)ith-flowers.

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  4. kenjihung

    kenjihung

    Great Double~!

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  5. annabelle-fritz-3

    annabelle-fritz-3

    Wow this is amazing I wish I could shoot pictures like that. =)

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  6. retro-girl

    retro-girl

    @annabelle-fritz-3 Thanks for the kind comment. This was only the second time I tried double exposures so I am really pleased with how they came out. In one of the comments above there is a link to a great article I found on multiple exposures - try it yourself, they are super easy and great fun to make ordinary things into something amazing.

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  7. sadiestoker

    sadiestoker

    nice double!

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  8. olivier_g

    olivier_g

    héhéhé!! I remember that place, look like e greek temple.

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  9. sarabubamara

    sarabubamara

    thanks for the likes! me and my <3 are going to visit glasgow this x-mas and maybe edinburgh too!

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