Hello my friends. At least I can show you the fifth issue of my particular search for twin photos of mine in the huge world of Lomography.
The first pair of twin photos features the most popular tourist attraction in Segovia. It is the Roman Aqueduct, one of the best-preserved ancient monuments in Spain. Both photos were shot with medium format cameras and both of them are double exposures.
The next twin photos are of a similar cactus garden and were shot with the Sprocket Rocket camera. The garden where I took the photograph is near my work place in Tenerife and grazie was shooting at the Huntington Gardens in San Marino, California.
The third pair of photos are of people enthusiastic about their white Fisheye cameras.
Next twin photos were shot underwater. Both of them are wearing diving masks. This is a typical photo you take when you try shooting using an underwater housing or camera.
And finally, these are my favorite twin photos of this issue. Both of them were shot with a Lomography Spinner 360 camera in a balloon.
Now, I want to say thanks to the following Lomographers for sharing their photos:
Noelia Domínguez, who hails from Tenerife, Spain, has been searching for the long-lost twin siblings of her own film photographs. Read more about her quest and see some of her past finds in her Searching for Twin Photos series.