June 7, 2010

two negatives


Something I've been meaning to try for a few weeks. Two negatives on top of each other.

28 comments :

  1. Fantastic result. Really otherworldly.

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  2. wonderful. I've tried doing that once but it didn"t work, I haven't find pictures that would match together. But these two work perfectly together.

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  3. När jag framkallade själv brukade jag leka med sånt. Men mina bilder blev mest läskiga... Som spökbilder! Den här bilden var riktigt vacker!

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  4. woww...no idea how that's done (i should try and learn more..) but the result is AMAZING. love it.

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  5. ah yes i have loved doing this now and again. it feels like playing with strange magical puzzle pieces - fitting images together in all of these different ways, making old pictures look all new again. this one is very lovely.

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  6. Nicely done! It look sort of surreal. I really like it. :)

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  7. I believe you have hit on something here. Beautiful, magical. I would love to see more!

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  8. This is a beautiful image! I love the dreamlike state that it evokes.

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  9. ahhhhh your best photo ive seen!

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  10. This is just amazing! wow!! I have a full flim of double expsure too, it creates amazing effects! Love this one so much!!

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  11. This is just amazing! wow!! I have a full flim of double expsure too, it creates amazing effects! Love this one so much!!

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  12. Fantastic effect! Like a dream scenery! I really like it!

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  13. this is so beautiful! i perfect example of double exposure done right :)

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  14. absolutely gorgeous!!! i love love LOVE double exposures, and yours came out so lovely :)

    keep it up!

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  15. to be true, i dont really like doubleexposures. but this one...its just like a dream!

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  16. thanks a lot everyone! techincally it's not a double exposure, since it's two negatives with separate frames that I've put together in the scanner. but I guess it's basically the same effect, though I think doing it this way gives a little more clean image than if it were done straight in the camera :)

    this was the first one I did, and the only one that worked. the scanner didn't seem to like what I was doing when I tried a couple of more frames after this one.

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  17. I genuinely could not love this more, this is just amazing...

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  19. little funny
    I was going to comment on the beauty of taking pictures of projections having the body as support ... Although the experimental support is still a projection, no?
    All The pictures here make me fly. Thanks so much. Your blog brought some peace almost every day to me.
    Nathan(from Brazil)

    sorry about my terrible english (=/)

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  20. This is incredible! These two photos look just stunning together.

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  21. GORGEOUS! The perfect negs to be placed on top of each other.

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  22. thanks guys, you're so kind!

    nathan: I guess it still is a projection, in a way :) and thank you so so much, that means a lot to me!

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  23. This is lovely, your work is beautiful

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  24. I love the way this turned out! When I was in college we used to call them "sandwiches." I think we were just fond of food, mostly. :P

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  25. thank you, ula, kim & sara :)

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