Friday, July 8, 2011

SUNSET TO MY HOUSE





Happy Friday, friends. 
Many of you must recognize these photos from the Film Swap project, but for those who are new here(hello new visitors!) I give a little description:
The Film Swap project is a collaboration between Julie and I which took place last year. We both loaded our own roll films, exposed, send them to the other one all the way from Iran to Denmark and reversed, double exposed accidentally on one another films, developed and fell in love! Yes that's the magical story. And on a secret note I must tell you that it's not done yet! We have new things for you. But till then you can view the whole project here, here and here

Thank you! xo


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10 comments:

شهریار said...

I don't know how to share my appreciation of having such a beautiful minded & stylish blogger on the planet with you. I am speechless. Just I have to enjoy watching your way of thinking & creativity. I can't be more simpler than this, I love this corner of the web, it's "A New Simple Something" to me and it always will be.

Cheryl aka Shaddy said...

Interesting. Very, very interesting!

Sholeh said...

amazing. I could believe that it is a sunset through your windows and plants. and love to imagine it that way.
love you my darling

inna karenina said...

these are amazing! love your project & love to hear it's not done yet!

kitchu said...

these images are so beautiful, they bring me peace.

Robin said...

These are some of my favorites you have shared from the film swap! I love the sunlight peaking through all of them! Simply beautiful. :)

Elisabelle said...

your film photos are dreamy!

julochka said...

i love these so much. thank you for reminding me of them. not that i really forgot, as i was just describing them to a friend. thank you also for reminding me that the sun shines here once in awhile. :-)

Ehsan Abbasi said...

I checked them all. I haven't heard about this technique that much, but now I feel it! always this kind of relations happening between two photographers in different part of the world seems interesting to me.

Hanneke de Wit said...

Hi,

I love this project and I love these photo's! A few months ago I mentioned the project on my blog, I thought you might like to know. You find it here: http://www.hannekedewit-grafischontwerp.nl/blog/2011/01/film-swap/

Greetings from the Netherlands,
Hanneke