Photo of the Day by lostlittlekid

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Combining two related yet contrasting scenes in one photograph is sometimes necessary to convey a story.

Credits: lostlittlekid

A single photo can tell a story with just its visual elements, but what happens if you mix two images in one frame? Community member lostlittlekid tells two different but intertwining narratives in this winning Photo of the Day. Aside from the double exposure, we love the way the light flare hits the images and bleaches it to a fiery red color. This photo was taken using a *Lomo LC-A+* loaded with Kodak Elitechrome 100VS film. You can see more photos from lostlittlekid in this album.

Congratulations to lostlittlekid for winning Photo of the Day!

written by cheeo on 2014-06-21 #news #lostlittlekid #potd

2 Comments

  1. avola
    avola ·

    Congrats @lostlittlekid!

  2. akula
    akula ·

    Congratulations @lostlittlekid POTD

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