Monday, July 6, 2015

5 Interesting Styles of Portrait Double Exposure Film Photography That You Often See

Portrait double exposure photography is a favourite photography style of photographers. There are a lot of subjects chosen as the second shot to combine with the portrait in these double exposure frames to make them more exciting.

In this article, we want to introduce 5 interesting styles of portrait double exposure film photography that you often see.

1. Upside down.

instant film by La fille renne

What's on your mind? by fotobes

EXL Workshop1on2@2400138 by Transmigration

2. Combined with another portrait.

Untitled by Paula Pire

Whispers by .everlasting

Cassie Meder by myleskatherine

3. Combined with flowers.

Absences by Hayden_Williams

i allò sembla tan real by Lidz.

Flower Splashing by kaho152

4. Combined with plants.

Fading by amamak photography!

through the sea grass by meghan davidson

** by Sandy Phimester

5. Combined with nature.

County Kerry, December 7th, 2011 by The Gentleman Amateur

Untitled by Jillian Camille

test roll "Double Exposure" by 73。

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Thomas Mascheroni - 5 things I love about Film

Thomas Mascheroni is an Italy-based photographer who loves photographing, skating, and travelling with his friends and recently joined with us in a film photography project for 1 month ago.

Thomas is also a Graphic Designer student. He has been shooting mostly on film with several cameras. So there are many reasons to keep him always love shooting film and he wants to share with us 5 main ones.

1. It's fantastic because you always have to wait your photos, It's not like digital photography that you have immediately all on your computer. It's more exciting.



2. With film you can invent, you can make some effects, you are free and not limited.



3. Another reason is the fact that you never know exactly how the photos will be. It's so thrilling.



4. Sometimes film is disappointment, when the photos were not as you thought, but this one is just another reason that I love film because it will make you learn.



5. The last reason is the simpleness! Film photos are always better than digital photos.



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Interesting Street Medium Format Film Photography by Javier Muro de Nadal

Javier Muro de Nadal is a Mexican photographer, based-in St. Louis (USA), Mexico City (Mexico), and Buenos Aires (Argentina). He first took an interest in photography “when my sisters stopped using their SLRs for college and just left them for me to use. Since then I've been taking pictures with different SLRs, a TLR, and now with a Leica rangefinder which I find awesome.”

Javier has homes in these three different places and he has spent most of his life traveling. “I love taking pictures of my friends and the places I visit. I like to consider myself a street photographer but the truth is I just like taking pictures of everything that catches my eye.”
















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Sunday, July 5, 2015

14 Colourful Analogue Photos of The Grand Prismatic Spring

The Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park is the largest hot spring in the United States, and the third largest in the world, after Frying Pan Lake in New Zealand and Boiling Lake in Dominica. It is located in the Midway Geyser Basin.

Grand Prismatic Spring was noted by geologists working in the Hayden Geological Survey of 1871, and named by them for its striking coloration. Its colors match the rainbow dispersion of white light by an optical prism: red, orange, yellow, green, and blue.

Grand Prismatic Spring Morning Fog and Steam #1 -- 9/2004 by wanderingYew2

Bison at Grand Prismatic Spring by ...Markus

Surface Run-Off, Grand Prismatic Spring - 1 by v1ctory_1s_m1ne

scan049_GP7 by Liu Cao

10570002.jpg by brdwrd

Grand Prismatic by inwildness

Grand Prismatic Spring by Giant Ginkgo

Alluvial by aloreth

C110604_11 by Jeffrey R Badger

Grand prismatic by Zeb Andrews

R1-01643-021A by Oscar_Shen

Yellowstone #8 Grand Prismatic geyser by sailronin

Untitled by timothy*

Grand Prismatic. by Vector Collapse

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