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Endless Panoramas by kleeblatt

An endless panorama is basically a consecutive sequence of pictures, made by analogue cameras which allow you to advance the film as far as as you like before you make the next shot. Amazing examples for this technique can be found in a recent album by kleeblatt.

The pictures were taken in Düsseldorf. See the full album here

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500 Pics at Lomography

Some time ago I started with Lomography. You can read a lot about the history and the Lomography-approach to photography here. I tried out several cameras and films, gave a few workshops, and had (and still have) a lot of beautiful experiences with all that. It all started with a Diana F+ and the Fisheye Lens on my couch in Cologne around June 2012:

Today I uploaded my five-hundredth picture to my home gartenstadt on Lomography. So time to say thanks. I should finish my Introduction to Lomography soon, which I started some month ago. For now just a selection of my pictures there:

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Double Exposures from Space and the City

In analogue photography you can use multiple exposure to combine several pictures in one. You simply do not forward the film and shoot again. I just stumbled upon this wonderful album bei emkei. He used space objects on black background for the first shot and pictures in a city for the second.

See the full album here

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