City Silhouettes.

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When I saw the dreamy results Evelyn had using black and white film on her Superheadz UWS, I was pretty excited to try it on mine. This roll of film was loaded on our last day in Bali and after we returned to Taipei I took it around town for a walk to finish it up, randomly snapping away as I tend to do with toy cameras. The photographs hardly turned out as saturated as I assumed they would but as always, I appreciate how black and white (redscale, too!) trains your eyes to explore the beauty of lines and shadows.

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Negative0-26-26(1)3Lomography Lady Grey B&W 400, Superheadz Ultra Wide & Slim

15 comments on “City Silhouettes.

    1. Thank you for visiting the blog, Kelven! These aren’t from Bali but I did see a lot of non-resort sights when I was there because we stayed at a villa that was in a not-so-touristy area! Hopefully you’ll enjoy my pictures of that when I get around to posting them. :)

    1. Thank you, Polly! I think I adore it much more when used for cityscapes than portraits, I’m afraid! :D I had previously held on to the notion of b&w for portraits but it suits me much better to use it for buildings.

    1. Hello, Laura! Thank you for visiting this blog so that I can find yours! I am going to take my time with your lovely film photographs right after I finish writing this reply! ♥♥♥

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