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These images are the results of two film swaps with the genius lomographer @hodachrome.. It was based around the EBS technique (exposing both sides): we shot a roll of film on the normal side of a roll of film, and when finished the film was then reversed in a darkroom and rewound, so that the second exposure was shot on the wrong side. When shooting on the reverse side, the image is red-scaled - all colours become shades of red, and the images therefore have a combination of true and red-scale colours. One swap started with me in the UK and finished in Japan, whilst another made the reverse journey.. Here is @hodachrome's album.. http://www.lomography.com/homes/hodachrome/albums/1984566-ebs-filmswap-with-fotobes

fotobes This photo was shot on film. Taken by fotobes with a Lomo LC-A+ (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Fuji 800 ISO film in Balcombe, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: analogue, street, balbombe viaduct, splitzer, ena city, ouse valley viaduct, viaduct, branches, trees, tree, multiple exposure, double exposure, homemade redscale, expose both sides, fotobes vs hodachrome, international filmswap, japan, united kingdom, uk, fotobes, hodachrome, lc-a, film swap, redscale, exposed both sides, and ebs. Date: 2012-09. This photo can also be found in the album lc-a+, ebs filmswaps with hodachrome.

4 comments

  1. hodachrome

    hodachrome

    Lovely result!

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  2. fotobes

    fotobes

    A nice clean result @hodachrome :-)

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  3. adash

    adash

    Cool again!

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  4. fotobes

    fotobes

    Thanks @adash :-)

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