Check out Lamia's Doubles with You with LazyRabbit!
A while back, Tom (LazyRabbit) and I decided to do a doubles collaboration. Since tom seemed to be a pro at b&w and I had never done doubles in b&w, I suggested we give it a try. I popped a roll of Fuji Neopan 200 in my Lomo LC-A+ and went to the local dinosaur museum and other places, then sent the roll to England for Tom. These are the results. Hope you like them!
Doubles With Van Gogh Doubles with famous images gives a universality to the photos while putting something that's been seen a million times in a new light.
Evergreen Rocky Mountains I went to visit an old friend in Colorado this year. She lives in a cabin in the Rockies in Evergreen. We hung out in her secluded house with her kids and her dog for a whole weekend just watching movies and catching up.
Top of the Stairs The top of the stairs directly south of Brigham Young University campus in Provo, UT. If you're in Provo, then it's easy to find BYU campus, just ask anyone. Go to the very south end and there are around 80 steps that lead to the street below. From right here at the top of these stairs are tons of amazing things to shoot! 1) the stairs themselves 2) if you're looking down the stairs and then you turn to your left, there is a great view of the Rocky Mountains 3) to your right is a pretty path that just continues downhill 4&5) straight above you is a guaranteed awesome shot of the sky because the sky in Utah is huge and full of fluffy clouds 6) go down a few steps and take a shot of the street in front-it's pretty in late afternoon with tons of shadows across the street. Any season is good to come: snowy winter, autumn with colorful leaves, sunny days all offer you cool photos. Don't walk around here at night though-it's dangerous and there's nothing to shoot!
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