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Exposing autumn and winter

Exposing autumn and winter

From EBS (exposing both sides of the film). Shot on negative side first (lower half) on a fine day. After finished a roll I reversed the film and set it the camera again. Then went to the same place and stood at exactly the same point as 1st shot, and shot upper half just as the same way as 1st, on a bit overcast day. ISO400 for negative, 200 for redscale. With using the splitzer. Have a look at my article about this technique: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2013/01/14/tipster-how-to-take-symmetrical-images-with-exposing-both-sides-of-the-film-ebs

hodachrome This photo was shot on film. Taken by hodachrome with a Lomo LC-A loaded with Lomography Color Negative 800 (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) in Aichi, Japan. These tags describe this photo: metasequoia, tree, germany, cathedral, church, exposing both sides of the film, ebs, multiple-exposure, multiple exposure, double exposure, doubles, double-exposure, double, autumn, winter, negative, and redscale. Date: 2014-01. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the albums Exposing both sides of the film (EBS) -2014 February.

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  1. nanigo

    nanigo

    perfect!

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