Surely this is something everyone here can do. Don’t just look at your computer screen, use it for your doubles!
Just as d_i_hunter suggested a very effective way of making doubles with your your luminous computer screen (crystallized display or not) that surely made some of us here say “why I haven’t thought of this?”
It’s time that we put theory to practice once again. For this rumble we want you to shot the first layer of film on your computer (you might want to change the browser to get a bit of extra crisp colors!) and the second layer, well, somewhere else! Are you up for the challenge?
1st place – 10 Piggy points, two runners up – 5 Piggies each
10 photos upload limit, submissions must be at least 768px in either width or height.
As long as one layer is shot with your computer screen, you can use any camera for this rumble!
By submitting your photos to this rumble, you allow Lomography.com to use your submitted photos for promotional purposes.
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