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Self portraits in a hurricane

Self portraits in a hurricane

During hurricane Isaac--7 years after Katrina. The idea i went out with was to capture eerie/haunting images by over exposing the film on the bulb setting without using a tripod. Used the fisheye submarine for protection and intentionally did not wipe the case off once it was covered in rain drops. Winds were calm at the start of the shoot and picked up shortly thereafter.

allofemily Taken by allofemily with a Lomography Fisheye No. 2 loaded with Kodak TMax 400 B&W film in Slidell, Louisiana, United States. These tags describe this photo: fisheye, hurricane, rain, storm, weather, b&w, tmax, and self portrait. Date: 2012-08.

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