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My Journal VS Las Vegas

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  1. marcus_loves_film

    marcus_loves_film

    I love the use of the 'endless panorama' feature in this series of pictures! makes me want to buy an lc-wide lol

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  2. marcus_loves_film

    marcus_loves_film

    ...wait now I'm confused. did you just use standard width frames and double expose them?

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  3. tracyvmoore

    tracyvmoore

    @marcus_love_film yup...shot the roll in Vegas. Then when I got home, I rewound and reloaded the roll and shot my journal over the Vegas shots. That is why they seem long...I just scanned in the negs and chopped out pics that I liked...regardless of frames. I am going to try this again...only I'm going to get a little closer to my journal. The Lc-Wide allows for a closure shot then the LCA...and I think I can squeeze in a bit. Thanks again Marcus ;)

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My Journal VS Las Vegas

I shot the roll first in Las Vegas. Mostly on Fremont Street. Then re-shot the roll with different pages from my journal. I am a book binder and I make unusual books and then fill them up with doodles and musing. Combine a strange book with strange cameras and it's a recipe to meet interesting people from all over the globe. Old town Vegas and its neon lights seemed an appropriate background to mix my journal with.

tracyvmoore This photo was shot on film. Taken by tracyvmoore with a Lomo LC-Wide (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Fuji Velvia 100F film in Las Vegas, United States. These tags describe this photo: sketch, double, sign, neon, vegas, book, journal, and xpro. Date: 2013-01-29. Time: Night. This photo can also be found in the album Las Vegas VS My Journal.

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