We cannot think of any reason not to call this our Photo of the Day! This perfect double exposure got that strong warm tones that match his intense gaze. Congratulations itisanormalname for having our Photo of the Day!
One thing that we really like about analogue photography is the unlikely combination of two images that yield outstanding results. This winning Photo of the Day by itisanormalname is a perfect example of that. The palm tree in the picture collided perfectly with the elevator selfie. The whacked out colors and saturation also helped a lot in the overall effect of the photo. This photo was shot using a *Lomo LC-A* loaded with Kodak E100VS film and can be seen in this album.
Congratulations to itisanormalname for winning Photo of the Day!
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