Lomo Fisheye 2 double exposure = fun.

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  1. cigrainger

    cigrainger TPF Noob!

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    What do you think?

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    I think it's a pretty interesting shot, but I'm distracted by whatever the white streak that's in the center on the top and bottom (looks like a reflection or something)
     
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    I am too, and I was wondering what it was. Then I realized its the line on the road.
     
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    cigrainger TPF Noob!

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    Does this belong in alternative techniques instead?
     
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    Very peaceful and pretty. For awhile, I was considering buying one of these cameras, and sometimes still covet them. It looks like such fun. How did you achieve the reflected images?
     
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    Thanks, I like the camera a lot, and I'd recommend getting one as they're not too expensive.

    To get the reflected image, I took two exposures on the same frame of film. I took the shot, then turned the camera over and exposed again without moving on to the next frame of film.
     
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    There's a great gallery at toycamera.com that somewhat reminds me of this shot. I think the artist used the Lomo supersampler.
     

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