Exposing Both Sides of the Film

First trial of EBS. Shot twice on correct side first, in a sunny/bright day, at ISO400(ISO800 film inside), with a splitzer. After finished a roll, reverse the film (in a dark-room). Then shot twice on redscale side as the same way as 1st run, in a cloudy/rainy day, at ISO200, with a splitzer. It's tough challenge because I had to wait for the best weather for each shots, and had to be careful with 'gaps' between frames. Each 4 images are shot at random in this case. Have a look at my article about this technique: www.lomography.it/magazine/tipster/2013/01/14/tipster-how-t…

12 Commenti

  1. kleeblatt
    kleeblatt ·

    outstanding !!!

  2. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·


  3. srmarcus
    srmarcus ·


  4. bloomchen
    bloomchen ·


  5. allyb
    allyb ·

    speechless!!! beautiful!!

  6. fisher-price
    fisher-price ·


  7. megaman49
    megaman49 ·

    How did you get the frames to line up? I've been trying to work out in my head how I could pull this off.

  8. hodachrome
    hodachrome ·

    Thanks for the likes!!
    The alignment of frames is the most important point for EBS. Every time I 'm paying close attention in loading films into LC-A, both normal side and redscale side.
    I will submit an article about EBS soon (in Japanese first and in English later on) . I 'd like you to see it!

  9. megaman49
    megaman49 ·

    @hodachrome I'm looking forward to reading it. I don't have a manual 35mm camera yet, so I was trying to work out how to get the camera to wind the film the same both times. I think after I flip the film I am going to cut the leader off and tape it back on after flipping it.

  10. hodachrome
    hodachrome ·

    You 're right. I usually cut off the leader (for a start). Tape it with spool and do the same on both sides. You 'd better mark the cog position, or record with digital camera. It will help you to load precisely.

  11. magicaaron
    magicaaron ·

    I wish I could like it countless times, your EBSs' are just too inspiring!!

  12. kaardevries
    kaardevries ·

    this whole album is just stunning!

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