Light leaks and double exposures from China

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Dominique Musorrafiti took the images with a LC-A+ and a 35mm film roll.

A light leak is a hole or gap in the body of a camera, or other optical instrument, where light is able to “leak” into the normally light-tight chamber, exposing the film or sensor with extra light. This light is diffuse, although parts within the camera may cast shadows or reflect it in a particular way. [Wikipedia]

Light leaks and double exposures from China
Dominique Musorrafiti took the images with a LC-A+ and a 35mm film roll.

 


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