After seeing the amazing album of hodachrome, I decided to try this relatively diificult technique. The first shot used the Kodak CN 400 iso, shot at 400 iso with a home made splitzer exposing the upper half of the picture. The film was then redscaled, that means rewinded in an empty roll with the front face of the film backwards. The film was then reshot a 2nd time at 100 iso with the splitzer exposing the lower part of the picture and the top of the camera downside. The same subjects were shot twice but I didn't succeed in avoiding the shift of the pictures and didn't obtain the same subject exactly on the same photo.

Photographer:
oliviermenard
Uploaded:
2012-07-12
Camera:
Olympus OM-1
Film:
Kodacolor CN 400 iso
City:
Etreval
Country:
France
Albums:
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