Downtown Chi Town
I took these pictures almost 1 year ago to the day but just sharing them now. This is one of the first time I experimented with double exposures and the results were spectacular! The film was Porst Chrome-X 100 which is actually Fuji Sensia 100 according to sources. I set the meter to ISO 200 because I didn't want have overexposed negatives. They turned out with excellent exposure and were easy to scan on my cheap flat bed scanner.This photo was shot on film. Taken by marcus_loves_film with a Nikkormat FTN loaded with Fuji Sensia film in Chicago, United States. These tags describe this photo: 135mm, double exposure, mx, city life, flowers, signs, neon, and porst chrom-x. Date: 2011-06-03. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Chi Town Doubles .
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