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Morton Arboretum, Winter (Double exp.)

Morton Arboretum, Winter (Double exp.)

The arboretum can be a little drab with colors in the wintertime so I decided to spice it up by using x-processing some Fuji Sensia 100 and double exposing it. Film was processed by me in Digibase C-41 chemistry. The 1st exposure was of glitter spread out on a black cloth and illuminated with tungsten light. The black background allowed the 2nd exposure to come through much more clearly than the other roll I shot with the medical textbook (white background of the paper).

marcus_loves_film This photo was shot on film. Taken by marcus_loves_film with a Canon A-1 loaded with Fuji Sensia film (available in our Online Shop) in Lisle, United States. These tags describe this photo: double exposure, winter, arboretum, glitter, medical textbook, drawings, cross processed, x-pro, home developed, self developed, digibase, c-41, and tungsten. Date: 2012-02-01. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Morton Arboretum Double Exp. .

7 comments

  1. olga_primavera

    olga_primavera

    magic-magic!!

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  2. marcus_loves_film

    marcus_loves_film

    Thanks for the likes and comments!

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  3. lucadeluca

    lucadeluca

    ARTIST

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  4. anjinho

    anjinho

    AWESOME!!

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  5. giuli

    giuli

    the whole album is brilliant!! well done :)

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  6. marcus_loves_film

    marcus_loves_film

    @giuli Thanks! I had no idea what the results were going to be until I developed the film. I think it was a success!

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  7. vici

    vici

    literally, "dazzling"!

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