American Analog: Twitch.TV

Twitch.TV offices

My first editorial shoot is now live, you can read it on The Daily Dot. It’s a series I did about Twitch.TV’s new offices in SF. I thought it would be cool to use the photos to tell a story of the office’s vibe, rather than just one single image of each scene, so I used my LC-Wide camera to shoot wide angle shots while only advancing each shot half a frame (so the shots would overlap). This gives a sort of double-exposed border where each image blends into each other, meaning the whole film roll looks something like this:
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American Analog: Hawaii Two-0

Double Snap

Finally picked up some rolls of film from our Hawaii “workation”. My favorite shots are some of the underwater scenes that I caught with my LC-Wide and some 800 ISO Lomo film. I’m super glad I broke down and bought the Krab underwater case that fits all the LC-A models. This batch of half-frame advance shots with a little bit of double exposure is my favorite from Maui.
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American Analog: Kompact Wide

Half frame LC Wide

If you’ve been following the blog, you’ve seen me playing around with my LC-Wide a lot recently. I posted some shots a few days ago of what happens when you use a full exposure with a half frame advance, so here a few shots taken using the half frame exposure (literally just opening up the camera-lens cover halfway, resulting in square shaped photos with a soft fade on the edges. The effect is cool, but it’s also great way to nearly double the amount of photos you get per roll.
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