Both sides of the daily life

Exposing both sides of the film (EBS).
I shot on correct(normal) side first in a sunny/bright day, at ISO400(ISO800 film inside). Below half of the lense was masked with a splitzer. After finished a roll, reverse the film (in a dark-room). Then start shooting on redscale side in a cloudy/rainy day, at ISO200. Upper half was masked with a splitzer. The order of each location is precisely the same as 1st shots. I took notes in details about locations and shot all places with iPhone, to remember locations. Need patience, concentration, and accuracy for this challenge. Plus must be careful with 'gaps' between frames. Have a look at my article about this technique: www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2013/01/14/tipster-how-…

6 Comments

  1. bloomchen
    bloomchen ·

    great.

  2. whitelise
    whitelise ·

    Genius!

  3. shea_w
    shea_w ·

    Nice!

  4. lcdflx
    lcdflx ·

    Incredible. Tell us, I can see you v been at different locations. How did you do it??

  5. hodachrome
    hodachrome ·

    @lcdflx
    I shot on correct(normal) side first in a sunny/bright day, at ISO400(ISO800 film inside). Below half of the lense was masked with a splitzer. After finished a roll, reverse the film (in a dark-room). Then start shooting on redscale side in a cloudy/rainy day, at ISO200. Upper half was masked with a splitzer. The order of each locations of 2nd shot is precisely same as 1st shots. I took notes in details about locations and shot all places with iPhone, to remember locations. Need patience, concentration, and accuracy for this challenge. Plus must be careful with "gaps" between frames.
    Have a look at another EBS album. Thanks!
    www.lomography.co.th/homes/hodachrome/albums/1857730-exposi…

  6. lcdflx
    lcdflx ·

    Amazing ! ! ! Thank you for describing your work.