Las dobles que nunca existieron

Disparé este rollo con intención de enviárselo a makny (www.lomography.com/homes/makny) para hacer unas dobles con ella. Al acabarlo, abrí la cámara y me encontré con que el mecanismo de rebobinado de mi LC-A+ Japan White Edition estaba roto. Pensé que había estropeado muchas fotos y que el rollo ya no valía para las dobles pero... que podía revelarlo y tratar de salvar algo de él. Como el ISO de la cámara estaba ajustado para los dobles, muchas fotos salieron muy oscuras y ha habido que editarlas un poco para que se vieran bien. /////////////////////////////////////// This roll was supposed to be part of a film swap project with makny (www.lomography.com/homes/makny). When I finished shooting, I opened my camera and discovered that the winding mechanism of my LC-A+ Japan White Edition was broken. I thought I’d ruined many of the pics and the roll was of no use for the doubles and still… maybe I could have it developed and try to salvage something from it. Since the ISO was set for the doubles, most of the photos were rather underexposed and I had to edit them a bit so everyone could see them.

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