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What Happens When Two Photographers Share the Same Roll of Film?

Double exposure is nothing new, but it is without doubt fantastic to look at. With results of

Double exposure is nothing new, but it is without doubt fantastic to look at. With results of serendipity, two photographers, Stephanie Bassos and Timothy Burkhart, aimed to collaborate through artistic means by taking a set of different images each on a single roll of film. To ensure a juxtapose effect, Bassos focused on people while Burkhart turned to scenery, thus creating psychedelic images that fuse the subjects into a delightfully contrasting backdrop. Titled ‘People vs Places,’ the images can be found on the photographers’ blog that continues to showcase their work.

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