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Chuo Freeway

Expose lower half first, and set a tripod upside down and expose upper half in the same way as 1st shot. To turn tripod 180 degrees, I used two panheads. About 10 seconds each. Using a cable release and black adhesive tape (to mask the light sensor of LC-A+). Needed patience and concentration...

hodachrome This photo was shot on film. Taken by hodachrome with a Lomo LC-A+ (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Kodak EBX film in Gifu, Japan. These tags describe this photo: long exposure, double, doubles, cross processed, cross processing, xpro, night, highway, car, light, drive, and x-process. Date: 2011-10. Time: Night. This photo can also be found in the album Highway Sparkling.

8 comments

  1. gibri

    gibri

    wowwwww

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  2. saidseni

    saidseni

    What kind of tripod did you use? And how did you manage to put the camera steady upside down…? I'm curious, this is brilliant!

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  3. lucaro

    lucaro

    Excellent..!

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  4. hodachrome

    hodachrome

    Thanks for the comments!
    To turn tripod 180 degrees, I used two panheads.
    90 degrees by 1st one, and next 90 degrees by 2nd one.

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  5. loenn1994

    loenn1994

    damn this is genius!

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  6. sonically-pedro

    sonically-pedro

    wow, that is actually amazing
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  7. candf365

    Warpspeed!!!

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  8. cc-in-paris

    cc-in-paris

    wow!!!

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