Use my shadow as a film mask
At the Transmission-LA-AV-Club, there were animation and video projections on the wall, and you could take pictures right in front of them. In these pictures, I tried to use my shadow as a film mask, then shoot over the film again.This photo was shot on film. Taken by cheeso with a Lomography La Sardina loaded with Agfa Vista 400 film in Los Angeles, CA, United States. These tags describe this photo: animation, overlap, train, building, lights, neon, beer, girl, girls, video, projection, yellow, red, blue, colors, friends, brother, exhibit, art, color, blur, transmission la: av club, art exhibit, beastie boys, mike d., moca, spinning wheels, museum of contemporary art, audio-visual, overlapping frames, multiple exposures, triple exposure, multiple exposure, double exposure, little tokyo, los angeles, downtown la, neon lights, niece, pasadena, and california. Date: 2012-04-28. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Overlapping Multiple Exposures, Cheeso as a film mask.
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