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Double Exposure
Double Exposure
Double Exposure
Double Exposure
Double Exposure
Double Exposure

MODERN ART: House Hookups

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House hookup to the electric grid
It looks so simple but the modern world is built on these wires. Crazy to think without these hooking up to the transformer on the power pole and then down the line to power generation we’d all be sitting in the dark. 

So bad it's good

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Does this style of architecture have a name? They didn’t even continue with the top edge molding the whole way… Fiat money architecture?

Reflection or double exposure or both?

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Double Exposure Reflections

Always carry two film cameras

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In my backyard, an orange flower popped up. I went out back and took a color film photo (Lomo Color Negative 100) with my F80s. I remembered that I had  black and white Kentmere 100 film loaded on my other camera, the Nikon F6 (lucky me). 

I photographed the flower in black & white:
Two film cameras
one for color & one for black / white
After I took the photo I kept remembering  other stuff too . I’ve been wanting to use color filters on B/W film.

Black and white film gives a different look depending on the color filter on the lens. I own an orange filter and a blue filter.

I photographed one of each:
Orange filter
The filter is enhancing the color orange and making the flower brighter.
Blue Filter
Blue made the flower darker. It's blocking the orange light! Neat!
I've read a red color filter make the sky look dark and amazing. I'll try and get a red one and give it a go maybe.

Look at that

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Mid-century bathroom remodel photographed on Lomography Color Negative 100 film with the Nikon F80s and the Voigtlander 40mm f/2 lens.
Well, look at that!

Bird and Galloway

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Light trails on Bird Rd and Galloway intersection. Nikon F6 - Fujifilm Superia X-Tra 400 film.

Night time fisheye drive by

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Fort in St Augustine

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Castillo de San Marcos National Monument - St. Augustine, Florida

Double Hands

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Double Exposure
Nikon F6 - Kodak Ektar 100

Tall yellow flowers on film

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Kodak Gold 200

CG Water

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The Waters of Coral Gables
Alhambra Water Tower
DeSoto Plaza Fountain
Wayside Park Castle Water Towers
Venetian Pool

Neon lines

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Neon Lines - Andy's Frozen Custard - Mt Prospect, IL

Burger Bun

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Grass fed cheeseburger on a homemade bun.

First Roll: Film Photography Project's Wolfman 35

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 Film Photography Project's
Being that the Film Photography Project is based in New Jersey, I decided to use a somewhat New Jersey style theme with my shots. I’m originally from New Jersey. I was born there, twice. Once by my wonderful mother and born again by the saving grace of Jesus Christ.

I shot these photos with my Nikon F80s and my manual focus lens the Voigtlander 40mm f/2.

Since the film isn't DX-coded I got an error when loading my camera. Thinking the roll didn't picked up properly I open the film door. When I saw that the film loaded fine I was ‘awe I just flashed the film’ and lost a frame. I closed the film door and realized the camera was showing an error because it could not find a DX-code. Duh, amateur hour on my part. I manually set the ISO to 100 and was ready to roll.
I had alot of fun shooting this. This roll was a gift from my brother. I guess you could call this a review but I'll call it a first roll sample review.
And Jesus said unto them, Come ye after me, and I will make you to become fishers of men. - Mark 1:17
World’s largest White Castle
 Orlando Florida
Eating hotdogs at Portillo's.
Italian Ice & Frozen Custard!
Soft serve ice cream with rainbow sprinkles.
Weird looking hairy Florida flower plant.
I selfed developed this with Cinestill Monobath B&W developer. Wow! I love how they turned out. What a fun film!

alarm light

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Nikon F80s - alarm light on Fujifilm Superia X-Tra 400


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Gem Shoe Repair - Lomo 800 film


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Fujifilm Superia X-tra 400
Voigtlander 40mm f2
Nikon F80s

On Film
Riding on a people-mover moving at the same speed as the sharks.
Two sharks crossing paths.

Spook Hill

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This road is obviously an optical illusion. I’d say it’s not even a good optical illusion. You drive up to the white line, put your car in neutral and your car roll backwards. Besides the excitement and worry of hitting the car behind me, it’s pointless. I saw no illusion.

Bromeliad bloom

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Fujifilm Superia X-tra 400