Doubles with You in France & Portugal - thaiseb vs. kuasimudo

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Kuasimudo was the second lomographer to shoot doubles with me. The first in 120 mm. And when I look to the results, I think it's not the last collaboration between us.

In this installment of Doubles With You, thaiseb and kuasimodo

France – Portugal. Not a football match, but the two places where this pictures have been taken. In Paris, place de la Concorde for me, under a very sunny day that gave a beautiful blue sky. And with my Holga. What to say about these pictures ? We used Velvia, and I shot first.

So, I may over-exposed my pictures, because we can’t see a lot of Portugal in these shoots, but Kuasimudo brought some very nice lights to the pics, and changed the colors while double-expose the roll with his new Diana.
And for the huge light leaks, It’s just a problem with my Holga. The camera opened under the light when I was rewinding the film… But the results are so much better like this I think !

Want your doubles collaboration to be featured? Submit your doubles to the blog – include at least 10 photos, a short text about who took the pictures, where the pictures were taken, and with which camera/film combination.

written by thaiseb on 2009-12-30 in #news

6 Comments

  1. tveden
    tveden ·

    Wunderbar.

  2. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    they relly look more like a single-exposure but the lightleaks are beautiful

  3. ilovemydiana
    ilovemydiana ·

    i was going to tell you which i liked the best, but in fact... i like them all.

  4. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    i love no 9!

  5. honeytrees
    honeytrees ·

    love no four!

  6. disdis
    disdis ·

    Geniales!

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