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By Holly25
I took this photo using a film SLR camera during a studio shoot using double exposure. I'm pleased with the turn out of it considering it was film. I wanted to experiment a bit for my final studio shoot in my photography class.

Tags: Film Film camera Ghost Girl Black and white Specialist and abstract Portraits and people Flash and lighting

Voters: ErictheViking, LV426, Swarnadip and 6 more

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ErictheViking 5 124 102 Scotland
11 Jan 2013 11:58PM
A really nice image Holly and well executed, you have repositioned your model perfectly to allow her arms to overlap and avoid a mess clutter of arms across the front. Because you've used film you have achieved that characteristic grain effect only film can achieve.


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12 Jan 2013 12:40AM
paulknight 8 2 8 New Zealand
12 Jan 2013 8:55AM
Great idea, very well executed. I love it. Though she does seem a very friendly ghost. You might try with a more fiendish expression another time?
13 Jan 2013 5:59AM
Cool effect

14 Jan 2013 10:26AM
Yes I agree I have some more like this which I will upload some time, thanks for the comments everyone!

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