April 13, 2011

you'll be in the air

20 comments :

  1. It's much much more than beautiful! May I ask, how did you do the double exposure?

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  2. oh wow. this is pretty incredible.

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  3. i know your photographs the second i see them, they are so so so beautiful

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  4. I really like a double exposure on Polaroid-how are you doing? kisses from poland!

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  5. Incredibly beautiful!
    You should model! ;)

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  6. thanks everyone :) here's how to do double exposures with a spectra/image camera (I copied this from a previous entry where a few people asked as well):

    1. make sure you've set your camera to "darken".

    2. for the first exposure, turn on the self-timer and wait for it to take the picture (the picture won't eject).

    3. turn the camera off by folding the camera together, and this needs to be done BEFORE you switch off the self-timer again. this way the camera will basically forget about the picture you just took.

    4. turn the self-timer switch back to normal and then open the camera again.

    5. take the second exposure as usual (still with the camera being set to "darken"), it will eject as usual and now you will have a double exposed polaroid!

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  7. Jättefin dubbelexponering :)

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  8. wonderful!!! everytime i stop by ur blog, which is like everyday u take me to this peaceful magical state of mind. and i want to thank you for that :)

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  9. It's so beautiful. I have to say, i love your blog! your photos are amazing

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  10. really really gorgeous!

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  11. beautiful!!
    xx
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  12. I just wanted to let you know that you are absolutely amazing photographer! :)

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  13. your pictures are breathtaking!
    x
    marie

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  14. I always find double exposures to be very jarring, but this is the perfect juxtaposition of shapes and textures to make a very peaceful, beautiful picture! Especially love the use of negative space on the left side of the photo!

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  15. oooh I fell in love with this pola! perfect <3
    great photo blog!





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