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Fractures by limnides Fractures by limnides
Rolleiflex 621 / Kodak Portra 160NC / multiple exposure / scanned negative
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twilightwolf360 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2013  Student General Artist
This is really awesome, just so cool. Very well done, nice job!
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limnides Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013   Artist
Many thanks!
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twilightwolf360 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Student General Artist
You're so welcome.
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arctoa Featured By Owner May 2, 2011  Student Photographer
The No Smoking sign detracts from the image a little, but there's not much that you could do about that. The mess that the multiple exposure makes of the roof is what draws me in to the scene.
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limnides Featured By Owner May 3, 2011   Artist
Not without vandalising the station, anyway.
and yeah, hah. It's what I like about it, too.
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Sandstar12 Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2011  Student Writer
I love the reflections of all the glass; it creates some really complex patterns. I also like the subdued colour scheme. There are no bright or garish colours, only natural blues and browns which I think gives a nice feeling of nature/earth which is at contrast with the man-made building. I can't comment on your technique because I'm no photographer, but I am curious. What do you mean by multiple exposure? and what effect has this created in this photo? <3
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limnides Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2011   Artist
Cheers for the compliments!
Wikipedia tells it better than anything I'm trying to come up with: "In photography, a multiple exposure is when two or more individual exposures are made to create a single photograph. The exposure values may, or may not be identical to each other."

The simple explanation: I didn't wind the film forward and shot again at a slightly different angle to create the patterns.
The less simple: I purposely used a slower film, adjusted the aperture and the shutter speed so it wouldn't overexpose. (:
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Sandstar12 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2011  Student Writer
Ah, okay. Thank you :)
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