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- Holga 120N (35mm mod), Fujicolor 160 NPS (expired 2003), double exposure/overlapping, splitzer/multi filter (black border in PS)

Jill Auville 2011
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Markus43 Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
oh my Jill!! this is a superb dream sequence!
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JillAuville Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
thank you, mark :cuddle:
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blackdoor9 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2011
yes is a good photo
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Sea-Of-lLights Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2011
Sieht irre gut aus. Und kann man sich auch gross gut an der Wand vorstellen!
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JillAuville Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
thank you very much :cuddle:
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Evil-e33 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
jilly...this screams to be a book mark :flirty:
just sayin ;)

I really need to run some 35mm through my holga again :squee:
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JillAuville Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
i'll email it to you in the morning, it's on my other computer and i'm too lazy to go boot it up :giggle:
i think this is my new obsession: shooting 35mm in medium format cameras :love:
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OfTheTrees Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
this is lovely.
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JillAuville Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
thank you :hug:
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lolly Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011
How does developing this sort of film work? Is this the negative? These have always confused me :B
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JillAuville Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
yeah i scan the negative directly using my film scanner (the lab ONLY develops the film, and i always ask them to leave the long negative strip uncut, because they have no idea where to cut, especially when the film has been double exposed and the frames are overlapping).
i don't use a film holder for the negative, i just tape the negative directly on to the glass, and i use the crop tool to control how much of the negative i want scanned (in this case, the whole frame, including the sprockets).
the software for my scanner is kinda not happy scanning the sprocket holes, and it shows the frame as a super exposed almost inverted image. which means i have to work my ass off using the scanner's software tools to adjust the colors and curves and crap before i can actually scan the image.
but damn, the sprockets make it worth it :aww:
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lolly Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011
Ah cool! So you just the negs done at a photo store?

And normal scanner or special film scanner?

haha all questions!
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JillAuville Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
yup, negs at any photo store with a lab, just tell them "develop only, do not cut" and 10 minutes later you should have the film in your hand ready to be scanned on your film scanner (i have a cheapy one from canon ---> [link]).
hey, you're a filmer now, you HAVE to ask questions... hurry up and get your holga already so you can start shooting (a holga is perfect: it's cheap, and you can shoot both 35mm and 120 film with it)
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