Chuo Freeway

Expose lower half first, and set a tripod upside down and expose upper half in the same way as 1st shot.
To turn tripod 180 degrees, I used two panheads.
About 10 seconds each. Using a cable release and black adhesive tape (to mask the light sensor of LC-A+). Needed patience and concentration...


  1. gibri
    gibri ·


  2. saidseni
    saidseni ·

    What kind of tripod did you use? And how did you manage to put the camera steady upside down…? I'm curious, this is brilliant!

  3. lucaro
    lucaro ·


  4. hodachrome
    hodachrome ·

    Thanks for the comments!
    To turn tripod 180 degrees, I used two panheads.
    90 degrees by 1st one, and next 90 degrees by 2nd one.

  5. loenn1994
    loenn1994 ·

    damn this is genius!

  6. sonically-pedro
    sonically-pedro ·

    wow, that is actually amazing

  7. candf365
    candf365 ·


  8. cc-in-paris
    cc-in-paris ·


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