Double exposure Mamiya RB67

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  1. therustytracks

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    I was just walking around with my rb67 when I felt the urge to try using the double exposure lever. I used neopan 400 and scanned it in using my v500. CC please
     
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    very nice I like it, the two exposures work well together....I love the format too, I used to really enjoy looking at meduim format negs and trannies.
     
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    Thanks. I took the shot of the lake first and then followed that up with the bark on a birch tree.
     
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    i dont get what im looking at. is it a picture of a lake and a close up of a puddle or something?
     
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    great! I love double exposures
     
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    If you look at the center of the lake it appears to be showing a creepy face. It's there, just look for it. It is just right-of-center. Very cool, intriguing, but creepy.

    I like it.

    -Nick
     
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    Wow, I didn't see that until you pointed it out. It is a bit creepy.
     
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    Creepy, but way cool!

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