Doubles With You: J-easy and fivedayforecast


A very special set of doubles with two very similar people. A few months ago J-easy and myself discovered each other through the “Do You Like It?” rumble. Although many of us just liked a few photos on a page and then left I continued to venture further into his lomohome and was more and more captivated.

Not necessarily by his photos but by the contents of his photos. Even though we lived on opposite sides of the country, we seemed to have so much in common. My first thing that I realized is that our camera collections matched one another’s quite well. We both favored our Yashica TLR’s and both owned a Canon AE-1. After chatting a bit he told me that his AE-1 was his father’s old camera. Strangely enough, so was mine. On top of all of this we both took photos of a special someone who liked to shoot a Diana Mini. Things just became creepily similar to me.

So I thought that it would be extremely interesting to link our photos which were so similar in content and form and shoot a roll of doubles. J-easy started off a roll of Ilford Delta Pro 400 on his AE-1 and then proceeded to send it to me via ol’ skool snail mail and I would finish the roll on my AE-1.

May I present to you: Doubles with J-easy and fivedayforecast

So to see these mentioned similarties for youself take a stop by at both of our homes and say hi!

written by fivedayforecast on 2010-08-03 #girl #lifestyle #fun #experimental #you #canon-ae-1 #doubles #with #united-states #black-and-whtie #similar #lives #ilford-delta-pro-400


  1. mikahsupageek
    mikahsupageek ·

    Excellent doubles =) gratz to both of you !

  2. paramir
    paramir ·

    lovely article and great results! well done!

  3. trash-gordon-from-outer-space
    trash-gordon-from-outer-space ·

    @paramir: That's exactly what I was going to write :-)

  4. kamiraze
    kamiraze ·

    Every shot you guys took must be exciting as ****, right?!

  5. fivedayforecast
    fivedayforecast ·

    I was super wow'd with # 9 and # 14. Those were coincidental masterpieces!

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