Check it out the project between riki_87 and lomo_bernis
Hello!!! I present you the project between riki_87 and me lomo_bernis this is the second time that i realise a doubles, the first time was with a lomographer from México the username is decuz but only 9 shots are good, you can check the shots here.
Anyway this time the project was with a lomographer from Spain our friend riki_87 who published a message in the home page from lomo looking for someone who wants to make a doubles…so… I leave a message in his home and the answer was very fast so we talk and a few days later he sent me a film: lomography b&w 120 100 ISO, he shot with his Lubitel 166b in Spain… and i shot with a Diana f+ in a little town called s’gravenmoer at the south of holland…the results are very stranges because the lubitel and the diana have a diferent way to put the film and some photos don’t look like a double…Anyway here are the results i hope you enjoy it and like it…
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Who doesn't love to shoot doubles? It's all fun and satisfying to shoot some double or even multiple exposure photos and see how they would come out. In this simple tipster, I will show you how to take the multiple exposure game to the next level!