Val // Old Brighton Pier. (thanks 600+ favs)

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    1. kristedersen 39 months ago | reply

      Very interesting! great execution

    2. sarah gilland 38 months ago | reply

      wow this is just incredible

    3. I'mjamesgreen 37 months ago | reply

      Just realised this is the cover to the new Hundredth album! New I'd seen it before haha, mind blowing shots mate.

    4. Amber Lee Colosimo [deleted] 36 months ago | reply

      Beautiful. What kind of analog camera are you shooting with?

    5. tobygraf 34 months ago | reply

      brilliant! well done

    6. o-cog 34 months ago | reply

      Hundredth!
      Love this album cover!
      I hope you know about it being used worldwide for an album cover anyway...

    7. æthics 34 months ago | reply

      Mind blowing.

    8. -justk- 33 months ago | reply

      I really love this!

    9. a photo blog of www.adrisbow.com 33 months ago | reply

      very cool going old school :)

    10. clara_dourado 32 months ago | reply

      I absolutely LOVE this picture.

    11. Michael Mendonca 28 months ago | reply

      this is so cool. I recently tried this technique. This inspired me

    12. HannahNuhh 16 months ago | reply

      Do you have/know of any tutorials that I can use to help me do this technique? I want to look at your double exposures for my ALevel Photography :)

    13. Raztoulba 8 months ago | reply

      splendeur et joie des courtisanes!!! bravo ,,,merci pour elles

    14. Ruben 242 2 months ago | reply

      Genial doble exposición

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