The film that was traveling through Europe, part two!!

So, now it is time for the other film from our filmswap to be published. I took the first layer here in our very wintry Sweden, rewinded the film and sent it to Jesús in sunny Spain, where he loaded it in his camera and took the second layer.

Jesús wanted me to post it on my blog, since his blog, Light through a hole only contains pinhole photography, and this film is photographed with Hasselblads. And , of course, I love to do that!!

Our first film you can see here.

Thank you very very much Jesús for this great adventure, it has been fantastic!

Enjoy our results!  🙂

Hasselblad
Lomography Redscale 100

Hasselblad
Lomography Redscale 100

Hasselblad
Lomography Redscale 100

Hasselblad
Lomography Redscale 100

Hasselblad
Lomography Redscale 100

Hasselblad
Lomography Redscale 100

Hasselblad
Lomography Redscale 100

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30 thoughts on “The film that was traveling through Europe, part two!!

    • Tusen tack Malin!
      Det är verkligen kul att göra en sån här filmswap, man har inte en aning om vad det kommer att ge, helt oplanerade bilder, som vi i det här fallet twistade till med en redscale film, störtkul!! 🙂

  1. Utterly amazing! The compositions look so intentional even though the second photographer has no idea what is on the film. Correct? Or do you take a digital of the same shot to send along with the film?

    • Thank you very much Madelin!
      Yes, it is all random, no digital files and nothing planned! That is what’s doing it so fun, that neither of you have a clue what’s coming out of it in the end. 🙂

    • Thank you very much James, I’m happy you like them!
      It is very very fun to do a film swap, I have done four now, but this was my first swap with 120film, and it is very thrilling when the film is developed and scanned, to finally see the results. And on film it is for real, this is how the negative looks! Great feeling! Thanks again James! 🙂

      • You are very welcome Marie and I enjoyed reading your reply. I know what you mean about the negative being real. I have just dropped off a couple of rolls to the printers as I have tested a new lens (secondhand) for the Leica. I am waiting in anticipation like a child waiting for his fav toy.

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