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Analogue Alberta - Meet 2 - Drumheller


  1. sarah-addison-dobard


    These are great! Did you use a film mask, or is it a double exposure?

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  2. jetnz81


    Lovely Album ^^

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  3. mafiosa


    Hello @sarah-addison-dobard - my appologies for taking so long to respond. The answer is that I used a combination of a mask and double exposing. I first created the mask, exposed it to light (different colours for different frames), and then double exposed the film after removing the mask. I wrote a tipster for a very similar project a while back that you can see here:


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  5. bunnyears


    awww <33333!

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Analogue Alberta - Meet 2 - Drumheller

These photos are from the 2nd Analogue Alberta meet held in Drumheller on September 22, 2012. They include images from the decommissioned Atlas Coal Mine (including a train ride on a refurbished 1930's coal train), a suspension bridge, the badlands, and the worlds largest Tyrannosaurus Rex. A big thanks to @weedos, @yyyhorn, @aussenkorrespondent, @peewpeewbangwatcha, and @louzislouz, and friends.

mafiosa This photo was shot on film. Taken by mafiosa with a Lomography Sprocket Rocket (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Lomography X Tungsten 64 film (available in our Online Shop) in Drumheller, Canada. These tags describe this photo: analogue, alberta, lomo-meet, meeting, lomographers, 35mm, colour, color, sprocket, holes, sprockets, c-41, drumheller, badlands, dinosaurs, outside, outdoors, coal, mine, town, suspension, bridge, homemade, mask, diy, heart, hearts, light, long, exposure, gels, double, doubles, xpro, x-pro, and cross-process. Date: 2012-09-22. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Drumheller Sprockets - Analogue Alberta event.

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