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First attempt at some double exposures on my Mamiya TLR. Shot with a tripod and cable release on Fuji Velvia 50 iso, with the camera set to 25. Most of the images were overexposed, so I threw away the color channels and scanned the infrared channel instead. Keeping the images black and white was the only way to retain an acceptable level of detail. Fingers crossed for better results next time.

werriston This photo was shot on film. Taken by werriston with a Mamiya C330 loaded with Fuji Velvia film in Melbourne, Australia. These tags describe this photo: street, double, exposure, black, white, monochrome, ghost, transparent, lean, and door. Date: 2011-10-09. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the albums ghosts_of_fitzroyshadows_for_elvis.


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