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I used masks inside the camera to open just a part of the frame each side. After exposing the 1st part, I've re-loaded the film, changed the mask and re-aligned the film to shot the 2nd part; then the 3rd. My idea was to make it look like a comic book. I should have inclined the camera to take the pictures. The view-finder is less wide than the real shot, so the subject is always too much toward the center. Exposed as 200ISO, +1 stop

aguillem Taken by aguillem with a Zenit 12 loaded with Lomography B/W100 film in Forlì, Italy. These tags describe this photo: zenith, zenit, soviet, reflex, slr, portrait, black and white, b&w, mask, comic book, comic, and frame. Date: 2012. This photo can also be found in the album Tell a story.


  1. allofemily


    This is a super creative idea. I hope you try it again :)

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  2. aguillem


    Thank you, sure I will!
    I did a several mistakes this time, so I guess/hope it can me much better...

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  3. emkei


    yeah great idea and great picture!

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