This is the combination of two photograph series that I've been working on for the past 4 months. It is also my senior project. I combined different films (one 120mm B&W, one 35mm color) in a light-sealed wooden box I designed. The box itself has two CCD cameras with infrared LEDs and an LCD screen, so I can see what I'm doing in it. LEDs create a light that is near-infrared, so films are not affected by them.
 
Combined films are loaded into a Kiev 60 medium format camera afterwards. When they're exposed (finished), I brought them back into the box for separation- so I can develop them separately (since I couldn't develop B&W and color in the same chemical). Scanning phase done individually and together. There is no manipuation, filters or any artificial changes done to these photographs except resizing.
 
Shot with Kiev 60 - Powered by Kodak T-Max 100 & Rollei CR200 + Agfa CT Precisa 100
 
 


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Beneath the Grain
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Beneath the Grain

This is the combination of two photograph series that I've been working on for the past 4 months. It is also my senior project. I combined differ Read More
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