Doubles With You: mephisto19 & jeabzz

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This is the story of the doubles with you project between mephisto 19 and jeabzz :)

I decided to do a doubles project with mephisto19, without theme, just for fun, so he shot first in Utrech and then i shot the roll in Paris.

Once the roll was finished, I brought it to my lab, and I asked for it be to cross-processed.

When i got back the roll, the guy from the lab was a bit disappointed and said me it was a problem with the roll…so i first thought the roll was totally wasted (arrgghh)…but no … They just made a mistake and developed the roll in e6 process instead of cross-processing with c41 chemicals. So i said it wasn’t a big problem for me, and mephisto19 and me realized we never tried kodak e100vs in e6 process, so we were really curious about the result!

And the result is very good, giving beautiful colour and contrast not so far from X-Pro ones finally!

I hope you’ll enjoy the gallery :)

written by jeabzz on 2010-02-27 in #news #dutch #e6-developmment #kodak-e100vs #paris #utrecht #lomography-nld #double #lomo-lc-a #mephisto-19 #jeabzz

20 Comments

  1. ilovemydiana
    ilovemydiana ·

    thats one of my favorite films and i always cross process it. i didnt realize it had such amazing colors processed normaly. i was thinking i might take an x-pro break for a while, looking at these great colors i think i might just do that!

  2. renaishashin
    renaishashin ·

    Nice dudes!!!!! :DDD

  3. satomi
    satomi ·

    fantastic results...I really like #3 specially!

  4. yarah
    yarah ·

    nice shots!

  5. disdis
    disdis ·

    really nice doubles guys! number 3 is my favorite too

  6. adbigmilk
    adbigmilk ·

    The #17 is so cool :)

  7. jaalvarez
    jaalvarez ·

    Wonderfullll photos !!!
    Two great masters !!!

  8. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    lovely result! love no 1 :D

  9. ripsta
    ripsta ·

    wow! nice doubles
    congrats booth of you

  10. ahleng90
    ahleng90 ·

    great job! love it :D

  11. zulupt
    zulupt ·

    Great doubles, picture #12 is fantastic! Congrats to both.

  12. panelomo
    panelomo ·

    oh yeah #3 is surreal! good job guys!

  13. fancholland2
    fancholland2 ·

    Cool gallery!! Colours are indeed very nice!

  14. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    thanks for all your comments and likes guys and girls!!!!

  15. quaisoir
    quaisoir ·

    lovely doubles stephan n JB!!! i've never tried E6 processing...this motivates me to do just that! :)

  16. tiro8
    tiro8 ·

    I'd like to echo most of these comments, great shots guys! Also, #10 and #29 came out especially well, I think.

  17. dogma
    dogma ·

    Great job guys!

  18. juznobsrvr
    juznobsrvr ·

    great doubles... well done

  19. stouf
    stouf ·

    You rock guys !!! And some E6 doesn't hurt !!!

  20. lomoteddy
    lomoteddy ·

    number 28 is amazing, but i love them all, great dubbs !

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